Editor's Pick: The PrideCode Collection

Above: PrideCode gear from Over the Rainbow and Redwood Classics
Above: PrideCode gear from Over the Rainbow and Redwood Classics

World Pride festivities continue on in Toronto with a slate of events taking place across the city through Sunday June 29th. Can't figure out what to wear when you head out this weekend to march or dance at North America's first World Pride? A special collaboration from one of Toronto's true retail gems could be the answer.

Over the Rainbow in Yorkville has partnered with Redwood Classics Apparel to create a limited-edition PrideCode collection of t-shirts and tank tops featuring the original artwork of local Toronto artist Gio Petrucci. As a limited edition release, only 125 numbered tees and 125 numbered tanks will be produced and sold.

T-shirts ($38) and tank tops ($32) are available until June 28th, with 100% of the proceeds supporting Fife House, an affordable housing and support services provider for people living with HIV/AIDS in the Greater Toronto Area.

Need another reason to wear your PrideCode top with Pride? It's Made in Canada.

You can visit ThePrideCode.com for more details.

by Christopher Turner June 24, 2014


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