House of Holland’s Perfect Pride Collection

“A little bit jaded with the term ‘gender-neutral,’” Henry Holland—founder/designer at British label House of Holland—has created a capsule collection for Pride that’s made for everybody and can be worn all year ’round. The colorful, rainbow-colored suits aren’t emblazoned with cutesy slogans, rather they encapsulate the range’s name “Show Your True Colours.” Holland says, “I think [that phrase] is something that is often used in …

Pride Style 2018

From socks to T-shirts and shorts, products with proceeds going to LGBTQ+ organizations

One way to show support and celebrate Pride and the community as a whole is by wearing your rainbow-colored heart on your sleeve, but it’s also important not to let Pride be reduced to said rainbows and vague concepts about love. The LGBTQ+ community should be respected and supported all year and every year which is why this product round-up features brands that actually give …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Antarctica's first-ever Pride celebration, Olafur Eliasson's debut building, underwater data, lawn flamingoes and more

1. Microsoft’s Underwater Data Center One cylinder comprising 864 servers and 27.6 petabytes of storage has been dropped by Microsoft off the coast of Orkney in Scotland. The goal is to see if the tech giant can save energy by cooling in the sea. And the location was chosen as the French-built cylinder will draw power from an undersea cable and the Orkney’s renewable energy …

Antarctica’s First-Ever Pride Celebration

Ross Island, Antarctica might seem like the end of the Earth, but the remote location is very much connected to the rest of the world and has launched its first-ever Pride celebration. Employees based at the McMurdo Station research center have been flying the rainbow flags joyfully and this weekend will have their official Pride Month party. Evan Townsend, who works at the station tells …

Los Angeles Queer Biennial 2018: What if Utopia

A celebration and coming together of culture and community in DTLA

by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick Running through Pride month in Los Angeles, the third incarnation of the Queer Biennial is currently underway, bringing together artists from around the world to activate the city’s communities through LGBTQ+ art. Set to the titular theme “What If Utopia,” the Biennial’s various programs seek to define what a queer paradise could be. From nude dinner parties with drag queens to …