House of Holland trans pride
by Stephen Garner

Following on from the highly successful first “Show Your True Colours Campaign” last year, which raised over £8,000 for the partnered charity, this year House of Holland will be celebrating the Transgender community with the Trans Pride Suiting Campaign. 

The brand will once again be supporting the amazing work of the Albert Kennedy Trust, in their work for the LGBTQ+ youth community in the UK.  A fresh new suiting capsule of three-piece satin tuxedos in the colors of the Transgender Pride Flag, will launch alongside the brands resort ‘20 collection.  The four color-blocked suits include a fitted blazer with large scalloped lapel, fitted waistcoat, and a flared tailored trouser.

The campaign to accompany the launch will be joining together a network of global LGBTQ+ influencers and ambassadors to champion equality inclusivity and diversity. Encouraging all within the House of Holland community to stand up, speak out for what they believe in and life their lives to the full. 

Twenty-five percent of the profit generated from the sales of the range will be donated to the Albert Kennedy Trust, the national LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity.  The Albert Kennedy Trust focuses on prevention and early action, and provides: safe homes, mentoring, training, advocacy and support to young people who are homeless or living in a hostile environment after coming out to their parents, caregivers, and peers.