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Levi’s Celebrates Pride 2022 With A Collection That Honours Activists

The new collection celebrates and honours activists—past, present and future—fighting for queer liberation and equal rights…

Levi’s is back to celebrate Pride with the brand’s ninth annual collection of denim and rainbow-inspired gear. This year the collection celebrates and honours activists—past, present and future—fighting for queer liberation and equal rights.

The 2022 collection includes a variety of graphic tees, tanks and denim shorts as well as standout pieces like a faded and distressed Liberation Trucker jacket which features “Let Us Love” embroidered on the back, a 1970s-inspired full-fledged long bottom jean, a denim corset that features a lace-up back, and a Pride skirt that fits like a kilt and features beautiful side pleats. Completing the lineup are a range of accessories including charm bracelets, charm key chains, hats, a head scarf and a crossbody bag.

Interestingly, each piece in the Levi’s 2022 Pride collection was designed to be both gender-neutral and size inclusive so it’s a collection that’s truly open to all. In terms of gender-neutral style, that often means clothing that skews traditionally masculine… But this time around Levi’s says they wanted to mix it up and “create a collection that skews traditionally feminine”. In terms of sizing the collection ranges from XXS to XXXL.

In support of this collection, Levi’s makes an annual $100,000 USD donation to OutRightAction International, a global organization working to advance human rights for LGBTQ+ people all over the world.

The extensive Levi’s 2022 Pride collection is available at now as well as select retailers across the country.

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