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Kurt Geiger partner with the Attitude Magazine Foundation for Pride

Kurt Geiger have a lot going on for Pride this year.

2019-06-20

Kurt Geiger are celebrating 50 years since the Stonewall riots, by teaming up with London-based street artist Andy Leek, also known as Notes To Strangers.

The artist has designed a bespoke window installation, reinterpreting the Kurt Geiger rainbow that’s launched today in Covent Garden, and will be followed by Portobello, St Christopher’s Place, Liverpool and Brighton.

Andy has hand-written more than 100 individual rainbow Notes To Strangers, as well as exclusive A3 limited edition prints, that are available in the aforementioned stores and kurtgeiger.com

Half the proceeds are donated to charities that support the LGBTQ+ community via the Attitude Magazine Foundation, who Kurt Geiger are partnering with for Pride this year. 

Donnie Rainbow trainer, £129

K leather soft wallet, £69

K Leather Cardholder, £34

As well as this contribution, Kurt Geiger have also partnered with our very own Attitude Magazine Foundation.

The brand is donating 10 per cent of all sales of the Rainbow collection to the Attitude Magazine Foundation.

Established last year, the foundation has already raised close to £200,000, with grants and donations totalling £100,000 so far awarded to both UK and international organisations including the Elton John Aids Foundation, the Matthew Shephard Foundation, the Peter Tatchell Foundation, Pride in Football and The Food Chain.

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