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Radley London teams up with Stonewall to create an exclusive Pride 2021 tote bag

Jonny Yates May 31, 2021
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Radley London has released an exclusive bag to celebrate Pride 2021. (Radley London)

Radley London has released an exclusive bag to celebrate Pride 2021. (Radley London)

Luxury handbag retailer Radley London has released an exclusive tote bag to celebrate Pride 2021.

The brand has partnered with LGBT+ rights charity Stonewall to design a reversible canvas tote bag, featuring the Radley London logo in the Pride flag colours.

The limited edition bag is now available and you can get it from the Radley London website here.

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The fully reversible tote bag features a rainbow stripe design on one side and a colourful version of the Radley London logo on the other.

The bag is described as heavyweight cotton canvas, with two fabric grab handles as well as a cross body strap. It is spacious and perfect to fill up for a day out at the beach.

It’s been confirmed by Radley London that 20 per cent of sales of the Pride bag will be donated to the Stonewall charity.

The brand say they stand with Stonewall in their fight so “everyone of every identity is free to be proud, free to love, free to be wrong, free to be anything, free to be together.”

The brand is also teaming up with Lady Phyll, co-founder of UK Black Pride, who will be a Radley London ambassador for Pride Month.

Lady Phyll will appear across the Pride campaign and she says: “Activism runs in my blood. I am born of warrior women and I am here to claim space for myself and others like me.”

The bag will be available throughout Pride Month this June and will be re-stocked in September to coincide with London Pride, which takes place on 11 September.

To purchase the bag head to radley.co.uk.

It follows up the release of a number of Pride collections including Fossil’s Pride watch with customisable straps in aid of The Trevor Project, Puma collaborating with Cara Delevingne on a sustainable range and Abercrombie & Fitch’s tie-dye inspired collection.

 

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