VFILES Debuts LGBTQ+ Merch & Launches Pride Month Initiatives

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To celebrate Pride Month, VFILES has announced a special lineup of limited edition merchandise, exclusive video content, as well as launching a party, and forming a charitable partnership with The Door.

Starting June 12, a video series of TMIs featuring prominent LGBTQ+ personalities such as Gigi Gorgeous + Nats Getty, Alok Menon, Nico Tortorella, Rooney, and more, will be released every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the month of June. Then, on June 20, VFILES will be hosting a Pride Party at NYC’s most iconic LGBTQ+ venue, The Monster.

VFILES is collabing with The Door to celebrate the prom of proms for LGBTQ+ Pride! 🌈💛 Donate your gently used formal wear at: 12 Mercer St OR 555 Broome St! Donations are accepted until June 19th! 😱

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Additionally, its partnership with The Door, aims to provide resources and opportunities to marginalized NYC youth, on NYC Pride initiatives throughout the month of June. The partnership will kick off with a formalwear drive, taking place at both the VFILES Shop and The Door locations, leading up to the annual LGBTQ+ Prom held at The Door.

Finally, VFILES will be dropping its Pride Basics collection, consisting of short-sleeve tees detailed with branding and utilizing the LGBT rainbow flag. Retailing for $45 USD each, the range will be available in-store and online on June 13. It’s worth noting that a portion of the proceeds will go to The Door.


Also, in case you missed it, Levi’s launched its new LGBTQ+ Pride collection.

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