About Love and Pride
Love and Pride believes every human being is entitled to equal rights. When you wear Love and Pride, you take a stand for equality.
Love and Pride celebrates the rich diversity of all human beings. When you wear Love and Pride, you join the celebration.
Love and Pride promotes tolerance and respect for all people regardless of our differences. When you wear Love and Pride, you help share the message.
Love and PrideTM is a worldwide venture founded in 2005 to celebrate the transformative powers of passion, creativity and action. Love and Pride is the first of its kind – a premium designer online shopping destination for people who believe in equality, diversity and tolerance. Our jewelry collections include engagement, commitment, wedding and anniversary rings, necklaces, pendants, earrings, watches and other accessories for women and men. Sometimes romantic, sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical…our products are always captivating. Join with us to create change, inspire acceptance and make a difference – Look Good, Do Good.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Your purchase makes a difference at Love and Pride. A portion of the proceeds from the sales at www.LoveandPride.com are donated to non-profit organizations that support full equality and civil rights for our community. Our partners, The Matthew Shepard Foundation, The Human Rights Campaign and others are shaping a better future for all of us by helping to create a society that is truly diverse and tolerant. Make a fashion and social statement with Love and Pride!
Marriage Equality USA Award - June 10, 2014
Matthew Shepard Foundation Essential Piece Award
JCK Designer of the year Award
Love and Pride is the creation of Udi Behr, one of today’s most exciting and original jewelry designers. Udi has won acclaim everywhere fromThe New York Times to People Magazine for his iconic Love and Pride jewelry, including Designer of the Year honors from Luxury Magazine. His unforgettable designs have adorned such stars as Pam Grier, Gwen Stefani, Cyndi Lauper and Sharon Stone. Udi featured collections for the L word, Queer as Folk, Dexter, True Blood and StarTrek.