In case you didn’t know, June is Pride Month. To celebrate, many companies release collections and collaborations celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community and giving back to them. This year, high-end fashion designers have joined in for the first time, collaborating with queer artists, models, and charities. Here are a few of the fashion brands making history celebrating Pride Month.
Balenciaga is celebrating Pride Month will a collection of hoodies, hats, and undergarments with 15% of all sales from the collection going to the Trevor Project, which focuses on suicide prevention for LGBTQIA+ youth.
Savage x Fenty
Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty has enlisted Gigi Goode, Jazzmyne Robbins, and Noah Carlos for its first Pride collection. The range includes bralettes, boxer briefs, and stockings and it will benefit several LGBTQIA+ charities.
Ralph Lauren’s gender-neutral polo shirt, sweatshirts, and accessories collection and its first-ever Pride eyewear campaign will benefit the Stonewall Community Foundation.
Coach released a collection of pieces in its signature monogram in rainbow colors with celebrities like Miles Heizer and Rina Sawayama. The collection will benefit LGBTQIA+ charities and foundations.
Lady Gaga has partnered with Donatella Versace to auction a replica of the singer’s “Born This Way” motorcycle jacket with the proceeds going to Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation. Versace has also released a limited-edition “Born This Way” T-shirt and beret to raise money for Gaga’s foundation.