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Michael Kors Celebrates Pride Month With the #MKGO Rainbow Capsule Collection

Wear it with pride!


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MICHAEL Michael Kors rainbow striped maillot, rainbow sequined dress, $250, rainbow clear tote, $128, rainbow slip-on sneakers, $115, rainbow slides, $79, rainbow-band watch, $195, mirrored sunglasses, $159.
Photos: Tara Rock

 

June is Pride Month, and Michael Kors recently debuted a capsule collection that supports the LGBTQ community. All the shiny, happy pieces include the magnificent seven hues of the rainbow. A dazzling sequin dress and top, white denim with peekaboo sequins, and a one-piece swimsuit (channeling Baywatch-era Pamela Anderson) are our faves. All proceeds from the sale of rainbow-hued MK logo tees go to God’s Love We Deliver, a nonprofit that delivers healthy meals to those living with severe illnesses in New York City. Which, to us, is waaay better than a pot of gold.

 

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MICHAEL Michael Kors rainbow logo terry hoodie, $125, jeans with rainbow sequined patches, $165, rainbow leather bag, $198.

 

Shoot Credits

Models: Gayeanne Hazlewood, Remi Bennett, Renew Artists Hawai‘i

Photography: Tara Rock

Hair and Makeup: Risa Hoshino

 

Pick up the June 2019 issue of HONOLULU for a Q&A with Love + Monsters, trendy bucket hats, a new sneaker shop and more. Available on newsstands in June, or purchase the issue at shop.honolulumagazine.com. Subscribe to the print and digital editions now.

 


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Photos: Courtesy of MICHaeL Michael Kors 

 

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Michael Kors, International Market Place, (808) 664-0133; Michael Kors, Ala Moana Center, (808) 941-2100; michaelkors.com

 

Read more stories by Stacey Makiya

 

 

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