Esprit+ brings awareness to the LGBTQ+ homeless youth with the latest Craig & Karl collection full of bold designs during Pride Month. The range features unisex silhouettes in the form of shorts, tees, caps, joggers, sweats, gym bags, and bucket hats. The color palette invites both primary and secondary hues that aim to capture the rainbow pride flag in order to divulge in diversity and represent inclusivity.
Esprit+'s Felicia Mundheke explains that the brand's "co-operation with Craig & Karl celebrates a colorful and versatile world. Our brand was founded on the belief that love is inclusive and cross-gender and breaks down both ethnic and religious boundaries.” Notably, the label also works with the Ali Forney Center for LGBTQ+ homeless youth by donating meals. The center helps by providing shelter, counseling, mental health care, and physical health care.