Hang onto your phone in style with these vibrant Pride PopGrips in aid of the Albert Kennedy Trust

Henry Holland has teamed up with PopSockets to create three exclusive designs for Pride. (PopSockets)

PopSockets have teamed up with designer Henry Holland to create three designs in aid of the Albert Kennedy Trust.

The collaboration sees the release of three exclusive PopGrip accessories featuring the colours of the inclusive rainbow flag.

The limited edition range is now available to kick off Pride month from popsockets.co.uk/poptivisim.

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They’re priced at £14.99 each, with 50 per cent of proceeds going to AKT, who work to support young LGBT+ people experiencing homelessness.

The three designs feature bold slogans including “Love is Love”, “Proud AF” and “Love” in the gay fashion designer’s iconic typography, that’s previously featured on his t-shirts.

Each PopGrip features the colours of the inclusive Pride flag including the black and brown stripes for LGBT+ people of colour and the blue, pink and white stripes, representing trans people.

The PopGrip can be used to attach to the back of any phone model and showcase your Pride throughout the month or the year.

The PopGrip collection is designed by Henry Holland. (PopSockets)

The Poptivism programme was launched PopSockets in 2018 to allow customers to support causes including Mind, Barnardos and CoppaFeel!.

They’ve worked with more than 400 charity partners around the world and raised more than $1.5 million.

As well as the Henry Holland designs, PopSockets are also releasing other Pride designs, including a glittery rainbow, a yin and yang symbol in the flag colours and a ‘Pride’ graffiti effect.

There will be 14 designs available in the Pride collection, with proceeds from all the sales going toward AKT.

To shop the Pride range and raise money for AKT head to popsockets.co.uk/poptivism.

It follows up a number of unique collections released for Pride, including a t-shirt range starring Elmer the Patchwork Elephant, with 100 per cent of proceeds going to charity Just Like Us and a sweatshirt with rainbow nipples that wants customers to “wear your Pride on your chest and free the nip.”