Queen singer Adam Lambert teams up with Spark Company for exclusive Pride range in aid of AKT

Adam Lambert has teamed up with The Spark Company for a Pride range benefiting akt. (The Spark Company)

Adam Lambert has teamed up with The Spark Company to release a range of official Pride merch for his LGBT+ charity.

The apparel and accessories collection from The Spark Company and Lambert’s Feel Something Foundation will benefit the Albert Kennedy Trust, an LGBT+ youth homelessness charity that works with young people aged 16 – 25.

The exclusive and limited range is now available from The Spark Company website.

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The Spark Company say they’ve “teamed up with one of our favourite humans,” to create and launch the official Pride collection for 2021 “with love.”

The collection is in collaboration with Lambert’s Feel Something Foundation, a non-profit that supports LGBT+ organisations and human rights.

The range features Feel Something’s logo in the rainbow flag colours across the apparel, which is all gender neutral.

Some other items in the collection feature the Foundation’s name alongside a rainbow in the trans flag colours and the Foundation’s original navy, pink and white logo on tote bags.

Customers can get their hands on t-shirts, hoodies and tote bags from the official merch with prices ranging from £19-£37.50.

This Pride Month, Adam Lambert and the Foundation will also host Pride Live’s Stonewall Day, to increase awareness of the Stonewall riots and LGBT+ activism.

He is performing and curating a lineup for the weekend-long event on 6 June, with Kim Petras, Keiynan Lonsdale, Vincint, Sam Sparro and Wrabel featuring on the bill.

Other performers across event include Hayley Kiyoko, Sofi Tukker and Mykki Blanco, and it will take place in-person at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and virtually through Twitch.

To shop Feel Something Foundation’s official merch for Pride 2021 go to The Spark Company website.