Pride Month Fashion and Beauty Collections That Give Back in a Big Way
Buy It! Mesh Pride Tank, $24.95; ae.com
Buy It! Pride Graphic Tee, $24.95; ae.com
Buy It! Pride Tank Top, $19.95; ae.com
Buy It! Pride Denim Hat, $19.95; ae.com
For Pride 2019, Levi’s is partnering with OutRight Action International, an organization continuously working to advance rights for the LGBTQ+ community across the globe. 100% of the proceeds from Levi’s Pride collection (which features tees, jeans, truckers and accessories that feature the Levi’s logo and Pride rainbow) will go directly towards OutRight Action International.
The Tie Bar
From the beginning, menswear retailer has partnered with TieTheKnot.org to release products that benefit the equality-focused organization launched by Jesse Tyler Ferguson. This year's Pride collection will donate at least 66% of the retail price to the organization.
Buy It! The Tie Bar "Love Wins" socks, $15; thetiebar.com
Urban Decay’s new Sparkle Out Loud Collection features four high-shine, glittery products (Heavy Metal Glitter Eye Gel, Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner, Hi-Fi Shine Ultra Cushion Lipgloss and 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils) designed specifically for Pride.
25% of proceeds from the Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner in “Stonewall” will go to the Stonewall Foundation.
Buy It! Urban Decay Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner - Sparkle Out Loud Collection, $21; sephora.com
Cinq à Sept x Saks Fifth Avenue
To celebrate Pride month, Cinq à Sept has partnered with Saks Fifth Avenue to create a limited-edition "I Love Every One" unisex sweatshirt and T-shirt. 30% of net proceeds from the capsule will go to The Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative, with a minimun $100,000 donation.
The retailer has created a special limited-edition capsule of apparel and accessories for adults and children with 50% of the proceeds of each purchase going to the United Nations Free & Equal campaign, aimed at promoting equal rights and fair treatment of LGBTI people.
Buy It! Men's Pride 2019 Elephant Stripe Socks, $14.50; bananarepublic.com
Buy It! Women's Pride 2018 Elephant T-Shirt, $34.50; bananarepublic.com
Buy It! Similar: Pride 2019 Zip Clutch, $39.50; bananarepublic.com
Buy It! Pride 2018 Banana Tote Bag, $42; bananarepublic.com
To celebrate Pride, tarte teamed with YouTube star Jessie Paege on a "let it rain-bow" set featuring a colorful palette (which has 8 matte and shimmer shades) and a travel-size version of the best-selling "lights, camera, lashes" 4-in-1 mascara.
Tarte will donate $25,000 directly to The Trevor Project and Paege hopes the product will communicate that “makeup is for everyone, no exceptions.
Buy It! Tarte Let it Rain-bow Eye Set, $24; sephora.com
The brand launcehd a special campain called "Love Unites" in partnership with GLAAD and Out Magazine. The capsule collection cosists of 35 pieces and through July 15, the brand will donate 25% of the net income to GLAAD with a minumum donation of $100,000.
Buy It! Tie-Dye Graphic Tank, $24.90; express.com
Buy It! Boxer Briefs, $19.90; express.com
Buy It! Rainbow Striped Downtown Cami, $49.90; express.com
During the month of June, Milk Makeup is donating 100% of the net proceeds (up to $50,000) of its "Wear Your Pride" set (featuring a Glitter stick, Mini Holographic stick and Deluxe KUSH mascara) to The Center, which provides programs for health, wellness and community connection to New York City's LGBTQ community.
Buy It! Milk Makeup "Wear Your Pride" set, $28; sephora.com
PopSockets created an assortment of special cell phone grips in honor of Pride month. 50% of proceeds from these rainbow-themed tech accessories will support the LGBTQ charities The Center and Aids/LifeCycle.
Plus, with every sale of the exclusive Poptivism PopGrip hitting select T-Mobile stores June 1st, both PopSockets and T-Mobile hope to donate $100,000 to GLSEN, the national nonprofit that has been championing LGBTQ issues in K-12 education.
Buy It! Be True PopGrip, $15; popsockets.com
Buy It! The Center Corgi Over the Rainbow, $15; popsockets.com
Buy It! Spectrum PopGrip, $15; popsockets.com
J.Crew has created a special "Love First" T-shirt and will be donating 50% of the proceeds from every piece sold to the Human Rights Campaign, which fights discrimination against LGBTQ individuals.
Buy It! Human Rights Campaign Love First T-shirt, $34.50; jcrew.com
Boy Smells Candles
The candle company, Boy Smells, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising by donating 50% of profits from the “LES” candle to The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ+ youth.
The "LES" scent is a non-binary and cross-cultural candal that is named after the plural article in the French language, les, which is used for both masculine and feminine, and the eclectic New York City neighborhood, the Lower East Side.
The retailer partnered with the Trevor Project, which works to end suicide among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth. They have created a special five-piece I.N.C. collection in honor of Pride. 20% or more of the purchase price for every piece sold will be donated back to the organization.
Buy It! INC International Concepts Unisex Ranbow Graphic Tank, $20; macys.com
Buy It! INC International Concepts Unise Rainbow T-Shirt, $20; macys.com
Buy It! INC International Concepts Unisex Pride Socks, $10; macys.com