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Pride Month is not just about rainbow flags, a celebratory vibe, lots of parties and a big colourful parade.
It's an important campaigning and awareness month too, with its primary goal being about working to achieve equal justice and equal opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and those who are queer/questioning aka LGBTQ+. (Sometimes you might see an 'I' added for intersex, and an 'A' which is for Ally.)
And this year is particularly special because it's Pride UK's 50th anniversary. There's even been a commemorative 50p coin created which features rainbows and the Pride progression flag (this is in an arrow shape and has brown, pink, pale blue and white stripes, to represent marginalised people of colour in the LGBTQ+ community, as well as the trans community, and those living with HIV/AIDS). The coin is not in general circulation but is available to buy online via the Royal Mint.
And some big-name clothing brands including Versace, Savage x Fenty, Coach, Kate Spade – even New Look – are also doing their bit to raise money for this marginalised community by creating special clothing collections we can all buy.
Check out our round-up of some of the best pieces to buy now, that you can wear with pride.
Pride Month clothing you can buy right now
Chersace Pride T-shirt | £280 Cher x Versace
Superstar icon Cher has teamed up with legendary designer, Donatella Versace for a limited-edition Pride range. Say hello to the brilliantly named 'CHERSACE'. A collector's dream, the line includes Chersace T's, socks, and caps. Proceeds will go to benefit Gender Spectrum – a charity chosen by Cher and Donatella for their work supporting the LGBTQ+ community, particularly young people and their families.
Signature Slide In Rainbow Signature Canvas | £85 from Coach
If you're into accessories, the Pride collection by Coach is the dream. With its iconic C emblem in rainbow colours emblazoned on bags, wallets, scarves, card holders and even slides, there's something that'll appeal to everyone. Proceeds will go towards the Coach Foundation's partner of nine years, Hetrick-Martin Institute (which provides community, basic needs, health, education and career services to thousands of LGBTQ youth); plus the Point Foundation (which empowers promising lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential) and the CenterLink Community of LGBTQ Centers (as part of its Dream It Real initiative and its focus on helping young people live authentically and thrive.)
Rainbow love asymmetrical studs | £50 from Kate Space
Show your support for the cause by visiting the Kate Spade Rainbow Shop – you'll find everything from totes with rainbow coloured hearts, headbands with rainbow-coloured jewels, rainbow medallion pendant necklaces to name a handful. And these gorgeous stud earrings – because love is love, no matter who it's with. The brand is partnering for the third year with The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organisation for LGBTQ+ young people.
Curves White Back Logo We Rise Pride Charity T-Shirt | £12.99 from New Look
New Look's Pride charity collection is inspired by the Pride progress flag and features 11 different T-shirt designs at affordable price points – think Be Proud slogans on top of rainbows, an illustration of the world with Together across it, and this 70s-inspired design that says 'we rise by lifting others'. So true. Even better, 100% of profits go to the LGBT Foundation (which supports the needs of the diverse range of people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans so they can realise their full potential).
Tagged By Savage Lace Catsuit | £28 for Xtra VIP members or £90 if not from Savage x Fenty
Rihanna's super-sexy lingerie brand has launched the Savage x Fenty Pride collection which has some great buys – however you identify. From cute mesh knickers with the brand's logo emblazoned on the bottom in rainbow crystal, to a purple jock strap that says 'savage', and this festival-ready slinky catsuit covered in a rainbow-coloured print, you won't want to cover any of these up, trust us.
The brand is donating to GLAAD (which works through entertainment, news, and digital media to share stories from the LGBTQ community that accelerate acceptance).
In partnership with the Clara Lionel Foundation (CLF) (which supports and funds climate resilience and climate justice projects in the US and Caribbean), Savage X Fenty will make a donation that will be distributed to For The Gworls.
This is a Black, trans-led collective that curates parties to fundraise money to help Black transgender people pay for their rent, gender-affirming surgeries, smaller co-pays for medicines/doctor’s visits and travel assistance.