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Levi's Launches Harvey Milk Pride Collection


American denim brand Levi’s has launched its third Pride collection and its first global Pride collection for 2016 in partnership with the Harvey Milk Foundation.

A long-standing ally to the LGBTQ community, the Levi’s brand is commemorating the election and legacy of Harvey Milk through a range of gender-neutral product. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Harvey Milk Foundation.


The new seven-piece Levi’s x Harvey Milk Foundation Pride 2016 Collection features a series of distinct design details including: a trucker jacket emblazoned with Harvey Milk’s historic “Hope will never be silent” quote and pride embellishments; stonewashed shorts with rainbow embroidered watch pocket and Harvey Milk patches; Levi’s rainbow tab on jacket and shorts; exclusive ringer tee and tank with Harvey Milk bottle graphic and Levi’s Pride timeline; an evergreen pride tee and 5-panel hat, both with the Levi’s rainbow batwing; and a navy paisley print bandana with Levi’s rainbow batwing embroidery.

The Levi’s x Harvey Milk Foundation Pride Collection is currently available in select retail locations throughout the United States and online. The collection will also launch in Europe on select Levi’s e-commerce sites and at select retail locations June 1.

(C) Stephen Garner for MR, May 24, 2016

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