Work out like the LGBT+ deity you are with this awesome new Pride Fabletics range in aid of GLAAD

The Fabletics Pride capsule collection features t-shirts, tank tops, joggers and accessories. (Fabletics)

Fabletics has released its ‘United with Pride’ collection in collaboration with GLAAD.

The athleisure brand says its “style for all” Pride capsule range promotes their mantra of “love all, live free.”

The collection is now available to buy from or

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The collection features the graphic “We/Us/Our” throughout a number of pieces, which the brand says “expresses unity and inclusivity.”

This includes the 24-7 Tee in black and 24-7 Tank in off-white, which both include the Pride slogan.

Other items featured in the capsule are tie-dye run shorts with rainbow embellishments on the waistband, a tie-dye sports bra, grey shorts with rainbow drawstring, a grey hoodie and joggers with a tie-dye stripe in rainbow.

Meanwhile the UK store features off-white leggings and the US store features accessories including a cap.

Fabeltics will donate $50,000 from the net proceeds of the Pride collection to GLAAD. (Fabletics)

Fabeltics will donate $50,000 from the net proceeds of the Pride collection to GLAAD. (Fabletics)

The collection also sees the brand aiming to be size-inclusive, with a range between XXS and XXL, while prices start from $10.77/£8.63.

Fabletics has also confirmed a $50,000 donation from the net proceeds of the pride capsule to support GLAAD’s work.

GLAAD say: “With its colorful and creative Pride collection, Fabletics is stepping up to provide inclusive ways for the LGBTQ community to show their pride this June

“Proceeds will help to fund our culture-changing programs that continue to drive LGBTQ acceptance and equality forward.”

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This launch follows up a number of Pride collection releases from brands including Adidas, Puma, Under Armour and The North Face.

We’ve put together a guide of all the collections on sale and which charities the brands are donating to. You can read it on PinkNews here.