Fleur'd Pins
by Stephen Garner

Fleur’d Pins, the collection of American-made lapel flower pins, has released the ‘Pride Satin Dahlia’ in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. The Pride lapel flower pin celebrates and brings awareness to Pride Month hosted every June as well as World Pride, which will be in New York City this year.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Stonewall Community Foundation which funds over 100 non-profits a year in over 30 issue areas of the LGBTQ community including a scholarship program and supporting LGBTQ+ refugees and asylum seekers. The Pride Satin Dahlia retails for $50, and is available for purchase at FleurdPins.com and will be spotlighted at New York City non-binary fashion store, The Phluid Project.

“The Pride Satin Dahlia was designed to be an extension of inner pride, creating unity among both the LGBTQ+ community and allies,” says Andrew Werner, founder and CEO of Fleur’d Pins. “Those who wear it show support of LGBTQ+ rights, freedoms and of course, the pursuit of happiness.”

Handcrafted in New York City, this collection of boutonnières range from elegant and premium fabrics to leathers and exotics skins. Coming in a variety of silhouettes and collections, Fleur’d Pins are available for purchase at Barneys New York, Nordstrom Men’s Store, Bergdorf Goodman, Liles Clothing Studio, Carnegie Hall and House of Hanz, in addition to FleurdPins.com