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With Pride

Celebrate LGBTQ+ owned & founded brands

Represent. Uplift. Celebrate. We’re sharing stories of some incredible founders who stand up and show up for the community.

Meet the founders

Beekman 1802 Founded by Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Dr. Brent Ridge

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Beekman 1802

Founded by Josh Kilmer-Purcell (he/him) and Dr. Brent Ridge (he/him)

About the brand

It all started with 100 (!) goats on a historic farm in Upstate New York. During a particularly harsh winter, founders Josh and Dr. Brent whipped up some homemade goat milk soaps in hopes it would help clear up their neighbors’ rosacea and eczema. Their gentle, clean and cruelty-free formulas did the trick. And so, Beekman 1802—named after the farm—was born.

About the founders

Josh and Dr. Brent didn't expect that the soaps they made at their kitchen table would blossom into a global brand. But through all their growth, they stayed focused on kindness—to the earth, the animals and to skin.

Madison Reed Founded by Amy Errett

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Madison Reed

Founded by Amy Errett (she/her)

About the brand

At-home hair color and luxury don’t usually go together. Enter: Madison Reed (lovingly named after Amy’s daughter). Each shade is crafted in Italy with nourishing ingredients. Plus, they’re Leaping Bunny Certified and free of ammonia, phthalates and parabens.

About the founder

After being sent to pick up boxed dye for her wife, Amy was inspired to create easy-to-use hair color with better ingredients. She’s also a member of the Leadership Council for StartOut, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering LGBTQ+ entrepreneurs.

Andrew Fitzsimons Founded by Andrew Fitzsimons

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Andrew Fitzsimons

Founded by Andrew Fitzsimons (he/him)

About the brand

Red carpet glamour with a big heart. Proceeds from any of Andrew Fitzsimmons’ celebrity-loved hair products benefit organizations like The Trans Wellness Center. With five different collections, everyone can find what they need to get the hair of their dreams.

About the founder

A hair stylist to the stars who didn’t forget his roots—Andrew wanted to make sure everyone had the opportunity to feel like a VIP. That’s why he made sure none of the products cost more than $16.

In honor of Pride Month and beyond, we are proud to support PFLAG National, Point Foundation, True Colors United, the It Gets Better Project, CenterLink and Covenant House in their missions to advance the well-being of the LGBTQ+ community.