In celebration of Pride, Levi's have curated a series of events to show their ongoing support. Each event celebrates World Pride through a different medium across Madrid, Berlin, and London.
Kicking off the calendar is '40 Years of struggle: photographs of Dan Nicoletta' in Madrid. The exhibition co-curated by Levis and Nicoletta begins on the 22nd of June until the 2nd of July. Documenting forty years of trials and tribulations for gay rights in San Francisco.
Following this comes the DAA x Levis lecture series that continues the brand's tradition of giving back. Designers against Aids is a non-profit organisation that seeks to raise awareness about HIV amongst young people in the western world. The lecture series begins on the 30th of June in Madrid, with further dates in Berlin and Amsterdam on the 21st of July and 4th of August.
Celebrating Pride in London, on the 5th of July, there will be a panel discussion and film screening on the topic of fighting stigmas. Activist Harvey Milk's nephew will be talking alongside a line-up of progressive leaders in the industry. Tickets are available in limited numbers from Regret Street Cinema.
Finally, Levi's will be supporting the London Pride parade with Stuart Milk of the Harvey Milk Foundation, alongside the bespoke float carrying the message of the 2017 Levi's Pride Campaign: 'Fight Stigma'.
Following on from the Parade, Levi’s will be hosting an exclusive after party in partnership with South London music venue Omera (set up by Mumford and son’s Ben Lovett).