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Victoria Beckham drops Pride T-shirt and is ‘proud to support’ LGBTIs

Victoria Beckham drops Pride T-shirt and is ‘proud to support’ LGBTIs

There's only 150 of these limited-edition T-shirts by the singer, model, and designer | Picture: Victoria, Victoria Beckham

The Spice Girls may be singing ‘As for V, where is she?’ at their reunion concerts, but Posh Spice was busy prepping for Pride Month.

Victoria, Victoria Beckham, the singer’s eponymous brand, has dropped a T-shirt to coincide with Pride month today (25 June).

But there’s a catch; only 150 T-shirts were made for the diffusion line. Click and add to your basket fast.

Cut in the designer’s favourite oversized shape, the white, boxy tees are emblazoned with the words ‘Everyone Deserves Loves.’

Moreover, these words are styled in rainbow, holographic hues.

‘I have always felt a deep connection to the LGBTQ+ community’

‘In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, I wanted to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and their continued message of positive change and inclusivity,’ Beckham said in a press release.

‘This year, for the first time, I’ve created a T-shirt with proceeds benefiting the Albert Kennedy Trust that champion human rights.’

Beckham added: ‘I have always felt a deep connection to the LGBTQ+ community and am proud to help support their fight for equality.’

Moreover, billed at $120 per piece, a quarter of profits will be donated to the Albert Kennedy Trust.

The charity helps and supports young queer folk experiencing homelessness or living in hostile environments.

‘So visible in her support’

Akt chief executive Tim Sigsworth MBE told Gay Star News about his excitement over the partnership, and what the money raised can do for the LGBTI community.

‘We are very excited that Victoria Beckham is being so visible in her support for the LGBTQ+ community for this year’s Pride,’ Sigsworth said.

‘The LGBTQ+ community has always had a special connection to Victoria – not to mention the Spice Girls! – and her pioneering work in both the fashion and music industries.

‘This generous gesture from Victoria and her incredible team will enable us to continue providing safe homes and better futures for the young LGBTQ+ people we work with, through our Purple Door safe house, host programme, mentoring and youth engagement work.’

The T-shirt is available online and at the brand’s flagship London branch on 36 Dover Street.

Peep the piece below:

Picture: Victoria, Victoria Beckham
Picture: Victoria, Victoria Beckham
Picture: Victoria, Victoria Beckham
Picture: Victoria, Victoria Beckham
Picture: Victoria, Victoria Beckham
Picture: Victoria, Victoria Beckham
Picture: Victoria, Victoria Beckham
Picture: Victoria, Victoria Beckham

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https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/nike-has-used-the-pink-triangle-symbol-in-its-new-pride-range/

https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/hms-pride-collection-will-be-not-be-sold-in-malaysia/

https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/disney-pride-collection/