Cher, Donatella Versace announce CHERSACE collection celebrating LGBT+ Pride month
Released in celebration of Pride month, proceeds from the collection will be donated to the LGBTQIA+ organization Gender Spectrum
Last year, Versace collaborated with Lady Gaga on the colorful Born This Way collection. With its latest collection, CHERSACE, the fashion house amps up its game of recruiting Hollywood A-lists by partnering with cultural icon and leading LGBTQIA+ rights activist Cher. Yes: the Goddess of Pop has joined forces with Goddess of Luxury Fashion Donatella Versace, and the result is the gayest thing we have seen since Cher and Meryl Streep's ABBA duet on Mamma Mia! 2. If you ever thought Cher could not outgay herself, think again.
The unique CHERSACE design features the fashion house's Medusa rainbow-hued medallion and logo. The "CherDusa" version adds a little twist as it replaces the original Medusa face with Cher's own likeness—it's all in the details, hunty.
A part of the proceeds from the CHERSACE collection will be donated to Gender Spectrum. The charity, which Cher and Donatella chose, works to promote the health and wellbeing of LGBTQIA+ children and young adults by fostering welcoming and gender-sensitive environments.
While contributing to a supportive and inclusive organization, the vibrant CHERSACE items are the ideal way to celebrate Pride Month in style.