Pride season might be looking a little different this year, but with the Attitude Pride at Home virtual festival kicking off this weekend, we're still planning on looking the part.
From Versace to All Saints, we've picked out some of the best of this year's Pride collections - and made sure they're all from brands who've committed to donating a percentage of the proceeds to an LGBTQ charity.
VERSACE X PRIDE 2020
Versace have come through with a range of different summer Pride pieces, from sliders to jock-straps. They've partnered up with two charities who will benefit from the collection; Pride Live and Arcigay.
LUDOVIC DE SAINT SERNIN SWIMWEAR
We're dying to get our hands on this super sexy swimwear collection by Ludovic. 10% of the profits from the swimwear sales will go into supporting Le Refuge. Le Refuge is an organisation that supports young LGBTQ people in France who have been rejected by their family because of their sexuality.
WRANGLER GOES BEYOND THE RAINBOW
To celebrate Pride, Wrangler are launching a Summer 2020 capsule collection. The net profits from the sales will be donated to the LGBT Foundation, a charity promoting equality and wellbeing for LGBTQ+ communities.
The new Teva Pride collection has just dropped with rainbow sandals in a range of platform sizes. They will be donating 10% of every purhase to British charity Albert Kennedy Trust (akt), who support the LGBTQ community by providing safe homes and a better future for young people.
ALLSAINTS have released an amazing range of Pride t-shirts, with £10 from the sale of every t-shirt going to The Kaleidoscope Trust, a charity that works to uphold the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people internationally.