Pride month kicks off today, June 1st in the US. Every June, we celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community and pay homage to the Stonewall Riots of 1969, which was the beginning of the modern Gay Rights movement. Every year, the community comes together to celebrate and though many show their pride year round, brands will often release capsule collections around this time to commemorate the occasion. Products range from footwear and clothing to home accessories, handbags and beyond.

We’re kicking off the month’s celebrations by picking out colorful bags from every shade of the rainbow! This year, we’re also seeing a variety of new pride products, and Coach has released a colorful new collection in honor of Pride Month. The Coach Foundation is working with a range of organizations that help LGBTQIA+ young people thrive. Check out our pick below and discover more from the collection via Coach.

Multi-Color

Coach Turnlock Clutch 20 ($425)

Chanel Rainbow Extra Mini Coco Handle Flap ($4,675)

Red

Balenciaga Neo Classic City Nano Bag ($1,550)

Valentino Rockstud Small Shoulder Bag ($1,890)

Orange

Saint Laurent Le Carré Shoulder Bag ($2,900)

Hermès Ostrich Constance 18 ($19,800)

Yellow

Louis Vuitton Epi NeoNoe MM ($1,895)

Loewe Hammock Mini Drawstring Textured-Leather Bag ($1,900)

Green

Chanel Caviar Quilted Medium Sweet Classic Flap ($5,950)

Bottega Veneta Padded Cassette Shoulder Bag ($3,200)

Blue

Gucci GG Marmont Shoulder Bag ($1,550)

Prada Re-Edition 2000 Shoulder Bag ($895)

Purple

Ferragamo Trifolio Bag ($1,750)

Bottega Veneta Mini Bag ($1,250)

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Justice
Justice
1 year ago

I find that the consistent attempt at monetizing the struggles and oppression of the queer community by slapping rainbows on everything comes June 1–and often charging more than the normal price for such rainbow-adorned items—is quite exhausting. I understand, of course, that corporations aim at creating goodwill and project a progressive image… but at the end of the day, it’s mostly for show and that really bothers me. ????

Eos
Eos
1 year ago
Reply to  Justice

Exactly. It is simply about conquering a new market.

Aspen
Aspen
1 year ago
Reply to  Justice

Agreed. I laughed at the rainbow lights on one of the buildings at south street seaport as soon as it was the 1st. Also the “influencers” that insert themselves into a community where they don’t know the struggles nor are an ally the rest of the year, piss me off.

Justice
Justice
1 year ago
Reply to  Aspen

Or straight white girls taking over queer spaces. That’s an epidemic.

Aspen
Aspen
1 year ago
Reply to  Justice

*see a group of straight white girls at a queer bar*

Let me guess, you’re here for the drag show and it’s your birthday or it’s your bachelorette party. For the 4th time this month….

Justice
Justice
1 year ago
Reply to  Aspen

??? Yep. You nailed it.

Marcy697
1 year ago

Is it just me or is Coach killing it lately?

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