Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, many annual Pride festivities across the world have been canceled. However, there is still room to celebrate in your own special way. Why not do it in style?
Every year, loads of beauty and fashion brands band together to create Pride-inspired products and also support organizations that uplift and empower LGBTQIA+ communities.
This year is no different, and lots of companies have continued to release items that will make you smile.
From Converse's exhilarating collection inspired by Lena Waithe's iconic Met Gala moment to Reebok's inclusive "All Types of Love" and "Proud Notes" campaigns, there is truly something for everyone.
Ahead, check out 15 brands that will help you celebrate wherever you are in style.
Happy Socks x The Phluid Project
Happy Socks and The Phluid Project have teamed up for the second year in a row for a special Pride-themed collection featuring six new designs that include everything from tie-dye to fringe. Ten percent of net sales will be donated to The Trevor Project.
Marc Jacobs Beauty
The designer makeup brand has launched an Enamored (With Pride) Hydrating Lip Gloss Stick that will be available in five festive shades packed in vibrant special-edition packaging. The beauty brand will also continue to support the LGBTQ+ community by donating $10,000 each to two charitable organizations (SAGE & Fondation Le Refuge), providing vital services and assistance.
As a part of Nike's BeTrue collection, the brand has released a variety of footwear picks inspired by the Pride flag. There have also been black and brown colors added to the designs to recognize people of color in the LGBTQIA+ community. For 2020, Nike is supporting more than 20 organizations advancing the LGBTQIA+ community.
For the fifth year in a row, Converse is launching a unique Pride collection that includes an inspiring mashup of classic Chuck Taylors, trendy accessories and more that feature the "More Color, More Pride" flag, and additional black and brown hues to represent people of color within the community.
Following the ethos of the product design, Converse tapped a group of individuals from around the world, including allies, to share their stories in this year's campaign, which is centered on representation.
ASOS x GLAAD
Step into Pride season with the brand's 1460 boot. In addition to the return of the Pride boot, the brand is making a $25,000 donation to The Trevor Project.
Bliss x The Trevor Project
The beloved skin and body care brand is releasing limited-edition Pride Makeup Melt Wipes on June 1, exclusively available at Blissworld.com. The brand will be donating 100% of net proceeds (up to $40,000) from the collection of all Makeup Melt Wipes.
Reebok is celebrating Pride Month with two new captivating campaigns: "All Types of Love" and "Proud Notes." In addition, the company has launched Pride-inspired products that span performance and lifestyle sneaker silhouettes, including classics from Reebok such as Classic Leather, Club C, Instapump Fury, NANO, X Floatride Energy and Zig Kinetica. There is also a full range of apparel and accessories.
The designer shoe label has released everything from rainbow-toned pumps to wedge sneakers in extended gender-fluid size ranges. Twenty percent of sales will be donated to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of New York City.
Show your pride by rocking a pair of vibrant hoops from Sterling Forever. Also, enjoy 25% off with coupon code PRIDE25. Additionally, 20% of all proceeds of the pride collection will benefit It Gets Better.
Spritz on your Pride with this limited-edition metallic rainbow version of TEMPTU Air that allows you to airbrush color seamlessly onto your skin. For every purchase of the new Metallic Rainbow Air, $10 will be donated to The Trevor Project.
The popular hair brand is supporting the LGBTQIA+ community with special edition 2020 Pride bottle packaging featured around the brands' bestselling scents, including Argan Oil of Morocco, Liquid Pearl, Teatree Mint and Coconut Miracle Oil.
The brand is also supporting the Johnson & Johnson CARE WITH PRIDE® initiative, which has raised over $1 million for LGBTQIA+ nonprofits, including Family Equality, PFLAG, The Trevor Project and more.
NYX Professional Makeup
NYX has launched a gorgeous #ProudAlliesForAll collection of makeup that will expand past Pride Month and serve as a yearlong celebration of the LGBTQ+ community. The campaign is celebrating within the community and stresses the importance of allies for all.
Additionally, the brand is collaborating with the L.A. LGBT Center to create and validate all Pride messaging and has donated more than $50,000 to global LGBTQIA+ organizations.
Out of Print Clothing
The literary lifestyle brand has launched a special Pride collection featuring T-shirts, totes, pins and more. Starting in June, a portion of all sales will be donated to Lambda Literary, which nurtures and advocates for LGBTQ writers.
Banana Republic has launched a colorful limited-edition capsule Pride collection including apparel and accessories. The retailer has also pledged to donate $60,000 to the United Nations Free & Equal campaign, which is an unprecedented global U.N. public information campaign aimed at promoting equal rights and fair treatment of LGBTI people.