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boohoo Launches Gender-Neutral Collection Just In Time for Pride

Online retailers boohoo and boohooMAN have launched an exclusive gender-neutral collection to coincide with Pride month, and it’s all about being empowered and celebrating love in its many forms.

The collection, which launched earlier this week, features 30 different pieces spanning from t-shirts and hoodies to accessories and pins. Gender neutrality is at the forefront of the collaboration with each design available in various colourways, tones, fits and sizes.

By far, the stand-out of the collection is the eye-dazzling ‘Love is Love’ hoodie that can be worn so that when holding hands it continually reads ‘Love is Love, Love is Love’. Other highlights include messages of ‘F**k Hate’, ‘Love is a Terrible Thing to Hate’, and ‘End Gender’, whilst other pieces from the collection feature the rainbow flag in a number of styles.

 

Items in the collection are priced between £5 and £45, with 10 per cent of all profits being divided between the Terrence Higgins Trust and The Rainbow Fund.

A spokesperson for Terrence Higgins Trust said: ‘We’re delighted that boohoo, who are headline sponsor for this year’s Brighton Pride, have chosen to support our work through the sales of its latest gender-neutral clothing capsule.

‘This is off the back of previous support the brand has shown for other HIV and LGBT charities including GMFA and Albert Kennedy Trust.

‘The range exudes inclusion, love, acceptance and well-being, which are all things that we strive to create in our own work, around supporting people living with HIV and ending HIV stigma.’

The collection is available on both boohoo and boohooMAN.

Take a look through the collection below and see if anything takes your fancy.

 

 

Written by QWEERIST editor

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