Ebay partners with Henry Holland for exclusive Pride capsule collection
Ebay.co.uk and British designer Henry Holland have teamed up to support LGBT youth homelessness charity The Albert Kennedy Trust ahead of London’s Pride parade in July.
Holland designed a limited-edition hoodie and t-shirt exclusively for Ebay, with 100% of proceeds going to The Albert Kennedy Trust. The hoodie and t-shirt feature empowering messages like ‘Equality’, ‘Independence’, ‘Community’ and ‘Freedom’, printed in a rainbow of colours, and are on sale for £40 and £20 respectively.
This is the second time Ebay is supporting the charity, which provides safe homes, mentoring, training and support to young people 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness following coming out.
Henry Holland said: "I feel passionate about the Albert Kennedy Trust and their amazing work and the team that make it all happen. I have worked with some of the young people who have benefited from their amazing support on this design and it really was a collaboration between us all. I hope everyone loves wearing it and promoting the message behind it as much as we enjoyed designing it.”
Several fashion brands have launched clothing collections in celebration of Pride 2018, the annual celebrating taking place across the world dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) culture and pride. This year, fashion labels including Primark, H&M, Asos, Levi’s, Target and Urban Outfitters are some of the companies that have launched initiatives for Pride.
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