by Stephen Garner
Orlebar Brown Pride

Orlebar Brown is supporting The Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative (SIGBI) with an exclusive style in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Inn uprising.

The men’s resortwear brand has created a limited-edition version of its best-selling swim short, the Setter, in classic navy with rainbow striped tape at the side seams. The rainbow flag has been used as a symbol of LGBTQ pride since the 1970s and is a globally recognized symbol of identity and solidarity.

In addition to displaying its support for the LGBTQ community through the use of the rainbow flag, Orlebar Brown will be donating 100 percent of the profits to SIGBI.

The SIGBI is a non-profit charitable organization inspired by the struggles and ideals of the LGBTQ rights movement born from the Stonewall Inn uprising of 1969. Through awareness campaigns, educational programming, fundraising and candid public dialogue, SIGBI supports grassroots organizations scattered across the country and especially those in communities where progress toward equality has been slow and the negative impact of ongoing acts of discrimination and harassment can no longer be tolerated.

Coinciding with New York Pride on June 30th and London Pride on July 6th, the Setter style is available exclusively at Orlebar Brown’s SoHo (New York) and Mayfair (London) stores and orlebarbrown.com.