Vegan musician Miley Cyrus designed this 12 months’s Converse Pride Collection. The vegan attire line contains a wide range of sneakers and festival-wear that includes rainbow designs, polka dots, and celebratory glitter. Pieces within the assortment—together with high-top sneakers with a rainbow-colored platform sole—are stamped with Cyrus’ “HH” emblem that represents the singers Happy Hippie Foundation, a social-justice group the vegan singer began to help homeless and LGBTQ youth. The Converse Pride x Miley assortment is a part of a broader marketing campaign to boost consciousness throughout Pride Month that features empowering posters the model will promote on social media in June. “There is a lot that makes an attempt to separate our lovely and numerous queer group,” Rooney Donnelly, one of many marketing campaign’s illustrators, said. “The actuality is that we’re a lot stronger collectively. We belong collectively. Festivals and parades apart, pleasure to me means unity.” Earlier this 12 months Cyrus, who identifies as pansexual, debuted her first collaboration with Converse—a 38-piece unisex attire line with hand-drawn designs.