From Gucci’s “Queercore” Brogues to Alexander Wang condoms, how to be proud of all fashion brands

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Rex Features (2588553m) Model on the catwalk J.W. Anderson show, London Collections: Men, Spring Summer 2014, London, Britain - 17 Jun 2013

In 2017, every good cause will bring a fashion cooperation, good or bad. And the month of pride is no exception.
In early June, the annual parade of LGBT culture and pride, held on the west coast of Los Angeles and San Francisco, began in the same month of the stonewall riots in 1969 and will erupt in New York City this weekend. . From Sao Paulo to Sydney, cities around the world are also marching and marching internationally.
President Bill Clinton was the first officially declared gay pride month of June in 2000. From 2009 to 2016, Obama declared June “gay, bisexual and transgender pride month.” It is not surprising, however, that the current President, Donald trump, has failed to make an announcement this year. But, of course, the show must (and will) continue.

As in previous years, fashion brands are offering a range of products that are associated with pride, and these products don’t necessarily involve rainbows. This year, Marc Jacobs printed a special pride month T-shirt; Oprah barr, guru, who showed political charging fall 2017 collection, sales sweater is carried, “love is love,” the creator when Manuel Miranda, Hamilton, he accepted his 2016 Tony award nightclub shooting after the end of the day in Orlando said first. Nike has made a “real” series, including a rainbow VaporMax sneaker; Alexander Wang was on a parade with the Trojan condom, which said, “protect your ace.”
If there is one thing, the weekend is not, it is subtle.
That is to say, if you don’t intend to open to show off and proud about sport (fair), such as gucci brand may provide a high fashion choices, there are a large number of rainbow, but there are some “queercore” brogues. You may not be far away, but you will look great.


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