June is Pride Month—if you wondered, the month was chosen in honor of the Stonewall riots, which occurred June of 1969—and a ton of brands are participating in the celebration by releasing themed Pride merchandise. If you think you don't need another T-shirt or tote bag, well, let me assure you: You can always stand to have one more. Because now's your chance to shop with purpose. Sales and proceeds from the Pride items below benefit organizations dedicated to helping the LGBTQ+ community, including GLAAD and The Trevor Project. If you're not into any of the products, you can just make direct donations to the foundations of your choosing. Shop with #noregrets, below.
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To celebrate Pride, Loewe launched a four-piece collection dedicated to Divine nee Harris Glenn Milstead, who has starred in several iconic films such as Pink Flamingos and Hairspray. The capsule collection was inspired by his looks and a virtual exhibition that will showcase Divine memorabilia shot by legendary photographer Greg Gorman. Fifteen percent of the proceeds will be donated to Visual AIDS and Loewe will also make a donation to Baltimore Pride.
The brand is offering limited-edition prints from tie-dye and rainbows to the phrase "Love is Love," on some of its best-selling footwear and eyewear. The company will donate one third of net profits from every purchase to its giving partners including the likes of Los Angeles LGBT Center and Helen Keller International.
If you love candles, check out the options from Boy Smells limited-edition Pride collection. The line up has six different scents: damasque, cedar stack, prunus, cameo, anjelica, and LES. Fifteen percent of proceeds from the Pride collection, from June to July, will be donated to The Trevor Project, an organization dedicated to helping and supporting LGBTQ young people under 25.
This limited-edition Pride set was designed by artist José Roda and no two iridescent finished handles are alike. One hundred percent of the profits from these limited-edition sets will be donated to The Trevor Project.
The brand launched a rainbow capsule collection in honor of Pride Month and will make a donation to The Trevor Project. In addition, Kate Spade New York is partnering with the organization to help fund its critical community outreach, programs and services.
These Lululemon for Peloton shorts feature the rainbow flag for a distinct and subtle touch to your bike shorts. Through the month of June 2020, 20 percent of purchase profits from each item sold within the Peloton Pride collection will be donated to the Ali Forney Center, a nonprofit organization that provides resources for homeless LGBTQ+ youth.
This limited-edition pride watch will help you stay on track as you check off your to-do list. Fossil is donating a portion of the proceeds from the LE Pride watches to LGBTQ+ youth service organizations Hetrick-Martin Institute and It Gets Better Project as part of the brand's ongoing commitment to #MakeTimeForGood.
The brand released a limited-edition 19-piece capsule collection of rainbow apparel (like this knit dress) and accessories for Pride Month. Banana Republic will donate $60,000 to the United Nations Free & Equal campaign.
For REEF's second-annual Pride collection, the label released a lineup of rainbow specked footwear. For every pair purchased from the collection, REEF will donate 25 percent of profits to PFLAG National, the first and largest organization for LGBTQ+ people, their parents and families, and allies.
On rainy days, outfit your pooch in this colorful Stutterheim jacket. Available in sizes XS to XL, this pet jacket was inspired by the original unisex rainbow Stockholm raincoat. A portion of the sales from both pieces will be donated to the Russian LGBT Network, an organization working to promote equal rights and enhance the visibility of the LGBT community in Russia.
Torrid released a "Celebrate Love Collection" consisting of 18 different pieces for purchase. Twenty percent of sales will go to the Torrid Foundation in support of GLAAD, a nonprofit accelerating acceptance and advancing equality for the LGBTQ+ community.
This bracelet is made of solid 14k yellow gold with ruby, citrine, peridot, emerald, nantucket blue topaz, sapphire, and amethyst. Ten percent of the proceeds from the brand's rainbow collection will be donated to The Trevor Project.
Private Policy, a New York-based genderless brand launched this T-shirt for its Private Policy x #LOVEALI campaign. The proceeds from the T-shirt sales will be given to the Ali Forney Center, the nation's largest and most comprehensive services and shelter provider for homeless LGBTQ youth.
This slipper meets sandal will be the statement shoe in your closet. To complement its Pride capsule collection, UGG will donate $125,000 to GLAAD.
For the fourth year in a row, ASOS is partnering with GLAAD on a Pride capsule collection with the message of unity. Sizes in the collection range from XS to 4XL and 100 percent of net sales will be donated to GLAAD.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with an Omnom chocolate bar. The Iceland-based company is an official sponsor of Reykjavik Pride and a supporter of the LGBTQ+ community and sells its caramel and milk pride bar year-round, so your chocolate stash is always bountiful.
Free Mom Hugs, a non-profit organization of parents and allies who work to support the LGBTQ+ community teamed up with Barefoot Wine to launch a line of rainbow merch, like this set of pins, for Pride Month. A portion of the proceeds will go to Free Mom Hugs to support its COVID-19 relief efforts.
Time to swap out your PopGrips for one in the brand's Pride collection. PopSockets will donate 50 percent of the sales from the Pride poptivism collection, from June 1 to June 30 to The Trevor Project.