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June is Pride Month, and as a nod to the LGBTQIA+ community around the world, many beauty, lifestyle, and fashion brands are releasing their annual Pride collections.
While some rainbow-hued collections may seem more performative than proactive, several brands put their money where their mouths are and donate huge amounts to LGBTQIA+ organizations, including The Trevor Project, GLSEN and the Human Rights Campaign.
This Pride Month, if you're looking to support the LGBTQIA+ community and spend your money with purpose, we suggest checking out these 15 brands for Pride collections that are putting their money where their mouths are.
In celebration of Pride month, Kate Spade launched The Rainbow Shop, a 10-piece collection featuring rainbow-hued ready-to-wear and accessories. The brand will donate 20 per cent of the net profits (up to $150,000) from the capsule collection to The Trevor Project to support the mental wellbeing of LGBTQ+ youth.
SHOP IT: Kate Spade, $38
Designed by Reebok's LGBTQIA+ employee community, Colorful Soles, this year's Pride collection features unisex footwear and apparel featuring the Pride flag. The brand is donating $75,000 to the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, an organization "working to guarantee that all people are free to self-determine their gender identity and expression, regardless of income or race, and without facing harassment, discrimination, or violence."
SHOP IT: Reebok, $110
In support of LGBTQ advocacy organizations, including the Human Rights Campaign and the National Center for Transgender Equality, Apple released two new Apple Watch Pride bands designed with the Pride flag colours. Apple Watch users can also show their support and download a free Pride watch face for their watch.
SHOP IT: Apple, $99
Although there is no Pride-specific collection from Hunter Boots this year, the brand is celebrating inclusivity and diversity by donating $5 for every single product sold on the Hunter website between June 25th and 27th. All donations will support OutRight Action International’s COVID-19 Global LGBTIQ+ Emergency Fund as part of their annual #PrideWithAPurpose campaign.
SHOP IT: Hunter Boots, $96 (originally $160)
Club Monaco has launched a limited-edition, gender-neutral rainbow tee with the brand's famous Heritage Crest emblem to celebrate Pride month. Club Monaco will donate 50 per cent of the purchase price to the Stonewall Community Foundation, a New York-based organization that supports and celebrates the LGBTQIA+ community.
SHOP IT: Club Monaco, $60
The queer and woman-owned independent skincare brand Alder New York is celebrating Pride with a limited edition version of its fan-favourite Cooling Mineral Hydro Mist. The brand will donate 10 per cent of sales to the Ali Forney Center, an organization that "protects LGBTQ youths from the harms of homelessness and empower them with the tools needed to live independently."
SHOP IT: Alder New York, $28
Famous for their breakthrough pimple stickers, microneedling brightening dots, and retinol treatment sticks, Peace Out Skincare is donating 10 per cent of all sales until June 14th to The Trevor Project in support of LGBTQIA+ youth.
SHOP IT: Peace Out Skincare, $19
In support of the LGBTQ+ community, Brooks Brothers released a three-item limited-edition Pride collection. The brand is donating 100 per cent of the purchase prices to GLSEN, an organization helping make schools an inclusive place for LGBTQ+ youth. The collection includes a rainbow-hued Italian-silk pocket square, t-shirt, and tie.
SHOP IT: Brooks Brothers, $55
Levi's is celebrating Pride month with its All Pronouns All Love collection. Featuring the brand's iconic denim, t-shirts, and accessories, 100 per cent of net proceeds from the collection will go to "OutRight Action International, a nonprofit working to defend and advance human rights for LGBTQIA+ people around the globe."
SHOP IT: Levi's, $88
In support of Pride Month, luxury stationery brand Dear Annabelle created a limited-edition set of love-themed notecards. With ten rainbow-hued cards in every batch, the paper products brand will donate a percentage of sales to the Trevor Project.
SHOP IT: Dear Annabelle, $80
The cult-favourite skincare brand Glow Recipe is donating 100 per cent of net proceeds from every sale on its website to The Center on June 28 in honour of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
SHOP IT: Glow Recipe, $40
In support of The Trevor Project, men's care brand Harry's has launched a seven-part limited-edition Pride collection. Featuring both shaving products and accessories, 100 per cent of the profits will go towards The Trevor Project, helping LGBTQ youth in crisis.
SHOP IT: Harry's, $35
Get exfoliated, glowy skin and support the LGBTQIA+ community with Herbivore Botanicals' PRISM collection during Pride month. The skincare brand will donate $1 of each Prism product sold to The Trevor Project, with a minimum donation of $75,000.
SHOP IT: Herbivore Botanicals, $54
In celebration and support of LGBTQIA+ communities, Ralph Lauren will donate 100 per cent of the purchase price of each unisex Pride Polo shirt and 25 per cent of the purchase price of other items in its Pride Collection to the Stonewall Community Foundation.
SHOP IT: Ralph Lauren, $98
Dr. Martens Pride 2021 shoe pays tribute to the Pride movement with rainbow flag embroidery and a rainbow lace and heel loop. As they have in previous years, the brand is donating $100,000 to The Trevor Project this Pride month.
SHOP IT: Dr. Martens, $170