13 Pride-Themed Products to Celebrate Pride Month 2020
Looking to show your stripes this month? Here's 9 products to help you do just that.
Date June 16, 2020
Pride Month is officially underway and although celebrations might look a little different this year, they’re certainly still going ahead in style. Each year, brands release limited edition collections to mark the occasion and this year is no different. Plus, in case you needed any more of an incentive to make a purchase, many of the Pride products have a charitable component attached to them via a donation to an LGBTQ organization. Scroll through the gallery below for 13 products– from clothes to beauty buys and sports accessories – to celebrate Pride Month 2020:
Storstumma Shopping Bag
In a release, IKEA Canada said that it is calling on its customers to “be someone’s home” by creating spaces where LGBTQ2S people “feel safe and free to be their whole selves.” In celebration of Pride Month, IKEA has launched a limited edition rainbow reusable shopping tote, 100 per cent of the proceeds from which will be donated to Pflag Canada, a national charity that supports LGBTQ2S Canadians and their families.
Diesel’s 2020 Pride collection features a whopping 49 pieces in total. The collection includes tees, swimwear, underwear, accessories and more and the brand has introduced two new adaptations of its logo which adorn the pieces. Sales from the collection will support the SF LGBT Centre and Transgender Europe.
1460 Pride Smooth Leather Lace Up Boots
($200, Dr. Martens)
To celebrate Pride month, Dr. Martens has reimagined its signature 1460 Boot with rainbow stitching, a rainbow heel loop and an embroidered rainbow flag. Plus, the brand is donating $25,000 to The Trevor Project, the world’s largest LGBTQ suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization.
Pride Pace Breaker Short
($95, Peloton x Lululemon)
Designed in partnership with Lululemon, these moisture-wicking, lightweight shorts are an easy way to inject a little Pride into your workout wardrobe. Plus, 20% of the sale profits from Peloton’s entire Pride collection will be donated to the Ali Forney Centre – the largest LGBT community centre in the US.
Pride Chuck Taylor All Star High Top
Converse’s iconic Chuck Taylor gets a rainbow makeover this month to celebrate Pride. The brand says the shoe is “a celebration of inclusivity and pride, in all its forms and colours” and “expands to include brown and black stripes – representing the power of diversity and inclusion.”
PUMA x Cara Delevingne
Pride Graphic Tee
Sportswear giant PUMA has teamed up with ambassador Cara Delevingne on the ‘From PUMA With Love’ Pride Pack. 20% of all proceeds from the collection will be donated to The Cara Delevingne Foundation which supports LGBTQ+ organizations including GLAAD, The Trevor Noah Project and Mind Out.
Pride Edition Sport Band
Apple has released two new Apple Watch bands (as well as a series of watch faces) in celebration of Pride Month. This band is made using individual straps of coloured fluoroelastomer which are machine die-cut and compression moulded together which results in each band having a unique rainbow pattern.
Pride Edition Ultimate Shadow Palette
NYX has designed a limited edition, three-piece collection in support of It Gets Better Canada Foundation. 100% of all of the proceeds (up to $25,000) will be donated to the foundation to help its work in supporting and empowering lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer youth across the country.
Pride Trucker Jacket
Levi’s is donating 100% of the proceeds from its Pride 2020 collection to LGBTQ+ human rights organization, OutRight Action International. The collection is brimming with products that can worn well after Pride month is over, too, like this timeless trucker jacket.
Pride 2020 Brooch
($50, Banana Republic)
In support of Pride Month, Banana Republic has pledged $60,000 to the United Nations Free & Equal campaign which promotes equal rights for the LGBTQ+ community. It has also released a collection of clothing and accessories to celebrate Pride.