Happy Pride. We’re flying all colours of the rainbow in honour of love, equality and acceptance with a collection to pay homage the LGBTQ+ community. We’ve gathered together our ultimate group of pride advocates, who regardless of race, sexuality or gender, each has their own story of how they celebrate #MyPride. With 100% profit going to various registered pride charities across the UK, this edit of gender neutral denim, tees and going out styles has all the pride outfits you need to help spread nothing but good vibes and positivity. Wear your rainbow colours and stand proud in support of yourself, friends and loved ones. Never hide your pride, equality looks good on everyone.
This homegrown, down to earth babe feels big love for her city for being so accepting and having a strong pride presence. She understands the importance of being a firm ally to the LGBTQ+ community.
'Pride is important to me as I am proud of the city I come from and how accepting everyone is. No matter your race, religion or sexuality, everyone can be themselves'
Down to earth makeup artist Mitchell’s army of Insta fans know his sunny personality shines as bright as the next level glam he creates. He uses his incredible reach on social media to spread a message of self-love, positivity and nothing but good vibes always.
'No matter where you come from, what you are, what you identify as, what you look like, we can all share the same love. For me, that’s what Pride is all about'
The UK based drag queen from the #hausofkendoll. When Gothy Kendoll isn’t spinning as a DJ, she’s serving up serious looks on her Instagram feed to keep you double tapping
‘Working throughout the year within the gay community, I recognise that pride season is a time when we can truly celebrate who we are and how far we’ve come in recent years. It is a time when we can be flamboyant, be ourselves and do everything we enjoy'
Out of this world pansexual model Julia is all about empowerment and just being yourself. This Scorpio babe has sting and has no time for BS or a society that doesn’t accept anything less than 100% tolerance of others.
'Pride reminds me that there is a huge community of beautiful and diverse people who do accept me for who I am. but more importantly that the only person who’s validation I need about my sexuality is myself. It’s a movement about celebrating the diversity that exists amongst us as people and striving not just for tolerance, but for representation and acceptance. And that goal is more important today than ever before'
Plus sized model Leslie has a heart as big as her enviable curves (#blessed) and shines nothing but light and love as an ally to the LGBTQ+ community.
'Pride means freedom and diversity. I am so happy I get to see people get together from different religions, skin colours. It makes me really happy'
The influencer who infuses style with substance. Artist and all-round badass babe Jade Laurice uses her social media platform to spread creativity and self-expression. She’s out to challenge your misconceptions of the queer woman.
'Pride is important to me because it is an event where my visibility and equality as a queer woman is prioritized and celebrated. Pride makes me feel empowered as an individual but also gives the LGBTQ community a platform where we can help the next generation. Pride is a festival with no judgement, stereotypes or stigmas and that’s the freedom we need every day, not just on pride'
'Unreal natural beauty Alex wants you to know he’s no monster for being “different”. This woke model has never let anyone’s negative opinion of his ethnicity and sexuality slow him down.
‘Pride means so much to me as it is a time for people of the LGBTQ+ community to celebrate and acknowledge who they are. It’s a time where we are reminded that we are not alone and that we should be proud of ourselves for being unapologetic. Pride is also a time to educate the rest of the world on what it is to be us'