Burberry has released a beautiful new print that will go toward helping the LGBTQ community. Christopher Bailey has been at the brand for over a decade, and this pattern is part of his very last collection with the company. The pride print was release today and features rainbow pieces (that don’t overwhelm and are subtle enough for any occasion).
On Twitter, Burberry wrote: “Today we reveal #TheRainbowCheck and announce that @Burberry is supporting LGBTQ+ charities @AlbertKennedyTr, @ILGAWorld and @TrevorProject. The rainbow, a symbol of inclusiveness and joy, is celebrated throughout the February 2018 collection #BurberryShow #LFW”
The pieces will be available after the show in London on Feb. 17 and some of the money will be donated to the Albert Kennedy Trust, the Trevor Project and ILGA, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association, and various LGBTQ communities worldwide.