Urban Outfitters Teams up With Taylor Bennett for Its Pride Collection

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With June being Pride month, Urban Outfitters is releasing their UO Pride Collection benefitting GLSEN and featuring Chance the Rapper’s younger brother Taylor Bennett. The collection that sees a range of T-shirts, baseball hats, a tapestry and more comes in colors that embody the LGBTQ community. Prices range from $24 – $39 USD and 100% of all the profits from the items sold will be donated to GLSEN, an organization who’s mission is to ensure a safe environment for LGBTQ students in schools. The Pride collection is now available for purchase at Urban Outfitters and online.

The Chicago hip-hop artist, who came out as bisexual at the beginning of the year, has had nothing but success in his career stating that, “Honesty and being yourself is something that I believe should always be celebrated, whether it’s in hip-hop or everyday life.” On his collaboration with UO, “As an independent artist and entrepreneur, it’s great to find partners like Urban Outfitters who share that core value of recognizing individuality during Pride Month and throughout the year.”

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