prideboohooOnline fashion retailer boohooMAN will be launching their third Pride collection. This year, the capsule has been designed to empower, support and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community by offering a wide range of trend led designs appealing to people from all walks of life – both inside and outside of the community.

The inspiration behind the collection derives from the unity of standing together and loving one another to ultimately create a kinder and more accepting world. Slogan prints play a huge part in the messaging this year with some of the key words reading; ‘Validity’, ‘Unity’, ‘Proud To Be’ and most importantly ‘Love Without Limits’, expressing how love is a universal language.

The range features a total 100+ pieces spanning ready-to-wear and accessories, and this year boohoo have incorporated the black & brown stripes into as many pieces as possible, reflecting the inclusion of the colours within the new Pride flag. Additional design elements seen throughout the range include tie-dye, block colours, festival t-shirts and crop tops. The beauty of the range is that there are pieces for those who want to make a bold statement and those who want to go for a more subtle approach.

The product, available in sizes XS – XXL, ranges from £5 – £45 and 10% of all profits will be divided between the LGBT Foundation and OutRight Action International. The collection will be available on both boohoo.com and boohooMAN.com in time for Pride month.

Samir Kamani, CEO, boohooMAN.com commented: “both boohoo and boohooMAN are proud to come together again to create their third Pride collection. We believe as a brand that diversity and inclusion are to be celebrated and what better time to celebrate self-love than during Pride.”

OUTRIGHT ACTION INTERNATIONAL

OutRight Action International, founded in 1990, fights to protect and advance LGBTIQ peoples’ dignity and human rights globally. OutRight strengthens LGBTIQ communities around the world through trainings and grants, gathers data to prove that discrimination has very real consequences, and holds governments accountable and push them forward. OutRight is the only LGBTIQ organization based in New York to have official consultative status at the United Nations, serving as a watchdog on all 193 world governments.

LGBT FOUNDATION

LGBT Foundation is a national charity delivering advice, support and information services to lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans communities. With a history dating back to 1975, they campaign for a fair and equal society where all LGBT people can achieve their full potential. Through their services, they reduce isolation amongst LGBT communities, help people feel more confident and in control of their lives and enable people to flourish. Together with LGBT communities and their supporters, LGBT Foundation are working to secure a safe, healthy and equal future for all LGBT people. www.lgbt.foundation | @LGBTfdn

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