Pride style through the years: Festive fashion, beauty and more

See the costumes, makeup and other Pride parade styles.

Pride Month is here and provides an opportune time to reflect, honor and recognize the contributions of LGBTQ+ people around the world.

It’s also a time to look back at the glamour, fashion, costumes and rich rainbow hues seen throughout various pride celebrations that have taken place over the years.

The Stonewall riots in June 1969 served as what many say is the beginning of what would become an annual commemoration filled with festivals, parades and some extraordinary looks.

Here are some phenomenal style moments during pride celebrations from throughout the decades.

1970s

A man wears a “Gay revolution” T-shirt, aviator-style glasses and

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Photos of parade fashion, beauty and more

Pride Month is here and provides an opportune time to reflect, honor and recognize the contributions of LGBTQ+ people around the world.

It’s also a time to look back at the glamour, fashion, costumes and rich rainbow hues seen throughout various pride celebrations that have taken place over the years.

The Stonewall riots in June 1969 served as what many say is the beginning of what would become an annual commemoration filled with festivals, parades and some extraordinary looks.

Here are some phenomenal style moments during pride celebrations from throughout the decades.

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1970s

PHOTO: A man wearing a 'Gay Revolution' t-shirt at an LGBT parade in New York City on Christopher Street, 1971.  (Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

PHOTO: A man wearing a ‘Gay Revolution’ t-shirt at an LGBT parade in New York City on Christopher Street, 1971. (Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

A man wears a “Gay revolution” T-shirt, aviator-style glasses and flipped hair during the Christopher Street Gay Liberation Day

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Reemerging from lockdown? Fashion and beauty tips for a post-confinement world

Written by Megan C. Hills, CNN

Throughout the pandemic, many of us have daydreamed about what life might look like once the world starts recovering. As we stewed in our tracksuits and traded makeup for skincare, we fantasized about the ordinary: our first haircut, the next date night outfit, wearing lipstick without it smearing all over our masks.
Many parts of the world are seeing lockdowns begin to ease. Countries like the UK and France are among those set to cautiously reopen in the coming weeks, while in the US, states from California to New York have now lifted restrictions.

And as people re-emerge into society, many of us are reassessing our relationship with fashion and beauty.

Much has changed in the past year. Style forecasts were left by the wayside, as comfort and ease superseded glamour and frivolity. But while our social lives diminished, so too did the
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