Levi’s Teams Up With Harvey Milk Foundation On Line Of Gender-Neutral Clothing For Pride

The collection will be distributed worldwide for the first time this year.

Levi’s has been a long-time supporter of LGBT rights, and now the denim company is pairing up with the Harvey Milk Foundation to create a gender-neutral clothing line for 2016 Pride.

The new line is designed to honor the late activist, and will launch just in time for Pride month later this year.

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The back of the tank tops and t-shirts sport a timeline of important dates in LGBT history, with 1977, the year Milk was elected to office, highlighted in a different color.

The denim pieces have a rainbow patch attached, and contain quotes from Milk, as well as little milk bottles designs.


Levi’s has created a Pride collection in the past, but this marks the first year that it will be distributed worldwide.

Australia and Asia have the Levi’s x Harvey Milk Foundation Pride Collection available to them now, while Europe and the United States can expect to see it in stores and online by the end of May.

A portion of the sale proceeds will go to the Harvey Milk Foundation to help fund the fight for future LGBT issues.

h/t: OUT

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