"Pride is resilience, compassion and trust," says Hari Nef, who models in Everlane's newest 100 percent human collection. The model and actress is joined by photographer Lee Bullitt, actress Rowan Blanchard and painter Miles McMillan to support the LGBTQ community this month through style and substance.
Everlane's range, which features soft cotton tees, tanks, sweatshirts and a tote bag in rainbow hues, is being sold to benefit the Human Rights Campaign, America's largest civil rights organization working to end LGBTQ discrimination nationwide. For every 100 percent human piece purchased, the brand will donate $5 directly to the HRC with a goal of raising $100,000.
On Instagram, Nef applauded Everlane's transparency as a corporation:
"Pride month can be a weird time rife with mixed messages and corporate pinkwashing, but I think the only way to do it right is to use corporate platforms and production resources to move funds in the direction of the folks who need the most help," she wrote. "Allyship isn't just about celebrating folks who are different from you: it's sharing--always, always, always."
To support Everlane's Prideful mission, click here, and see Nef's original post, below.