Be Proud Of Who You Are, Who You Love And What You Wear

Fashion has always been one of the main ways people use to express themselves. The LGBTQ+ community in particular is on the frontline of this world, driving and inspiring fashion trends.  With Pride Month coming soon to an end, discover below LDC brands that celebrate inclusivity not just during June, but all year around!

Genderless Fashion

Dylan Joel is a London based designer making gender neutral suits, dresses and accessories inspired by queer and pop culture.

Being a member of the LGBTQ+ community himself, he understands the power that clothing has for people's identity; dressing up however you like can make you feel empowered and express your true self.

Everything is made in an environment of acceptance and inclusivity, values that Dylan Joel shares  trhough his passion for fashion.

His pieces embody the celebration of love; they are a statement of self-expression and the desire to live a colorful life.

Love is Love

Sabinna, a female-led conscious fashion brand, creates statement pieces with timeless silhouettes using natural fibers.

They focus on providing good working conditions and transparency across the supply chain. Thanks to their educational approach, they keep the customers up to date about their sustainability and social practices.  Sabinna is the perfect example of how ethical fashion can be fun!

By putting the environment and the people at the forefront of everything they do, inclusivity and equality are embedded in the brand itself.

Their LOVE = LOVE collection is a tribute to love in all of its forms, whether it's for yourself, for others or with others.

Inclusivity at the core

Birdsong was born with the mission to empower garment workers and have a positive impact on the fashion industry; it's no surprise they won the Marie Claire UK sustainability award for best ethical brand.

The brand has always worked within and alongside the queer community: 28% of the team are members of the LGBTQ+ community and 17% of the creatives they fund are LGBTQ+.

And if you're looking for the perfect accessory to make to your pride look unforgettable, don't forget to check out Khu Khu's
Pride Sparkler hand-fan.

It's hand-made in Spain and painted with Super Glitter, so that it keeps sparkling for all the events and parties you want to attend!
It can be worn as a statement piece or as an everyday accessory; it'll make you look cool AND stay cool in these hot summer days. 

See LDC's Instagram for more information about our mission to change the future of retail. View other club members, like Atelier Roc and Plain and Simple on the full schedule of brands here.

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