Jean Paul Gaultier has released two limited edition perfume bottles for Pride Month.
The collection features rainbow-infused versions of the classic bottles to celebrate the community.
To mark the release of the bottles, the brand has teamed up with a number of LGBTQ+ charities across the globe.
Both of the limited edition Pride bottles are available to buy from The Fragrance Shop in the UK.
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There’s two bottles to choose from, which both include the same inclusive fragrance that’s been “created for everyone”.
This includes the Classique Pride bottle and the Le Male Pride bottle, both of which have its navy and white sailor tops reimagined for Pride.
They both feature the colours of the Pride flag alongside the slogan: “Freedom, Eqaulity, Sexuality!”.
The scent itself is described as having “heady blood orange and yuzu top notes”, to create a floral citrus fragrance enhanced with orange blossom and neroli, and a bouquet of musky and sensual blond woods.
To mark Pride Month and the release of the bottles, Jean Paul Gaultier brought together some legendary drag queens.
The stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race including Shea Coulee, Detox, Gott Mik, Gigi Goode, Symone and Aquaria recreated some of Madonna’s most iconic looks at a Pride celebration in New York City.
It marked the release of the limited edition bottles, and saw the drag icons pay homage to Madonna’s eras including Confessions on a Dance Floor and the Blonde Ambition Tour.
Jean Paul Gaultier is supporting the Albert Kennedy Trust in the UK, with all profits from the Le Male Pride bottle being donated to the charity.
Other LGBTQ+ charities across the globe that Jean Paul Gaultier is supporting this year includes, Parada do Orgulho, ACON, The Center, Foundation Le Refuge, Riccardo Simonetti and COGAM Colectivo.
Meanwhile in the UK, The Fragrance Shop is also partnering with AKT, which supports LGBTQ+ people across the UK who are either homeless or living in a hostile environment.
The store is donating five pence of every in-store transaction to the charity, and customers can donate an extra 25p with any purchase of the Pride collection in-store
To shop the Jean Paul Gaultier Pride bottles in the UK, head to The Fragrance Shop.