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Queer Eye's Fab Five Are Here With All New Merch!

Queer Eye's Fab Five Are Here With All New Merch!

Person in a Queer Eye Tee Shirt
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Get your Queer Eye shirt and accessory needs like the Jonathan Van Ness 'Queen of Everything' tee. 

The Fab Five are here to make sure your November is fashionable and fresh with a brand new line of merch! With the launch of, fans of the show can now buy and wear their very own Queer Eye shirts and accessories. But wait, it gets better, a portion of the proceeds go to The Ali Forney Center, which empowers homeless LGBTQ+ youth.

These to-die-for tees and accessories feature designs showing off the Queer Eye crew and some of their classic catchphrases. Designs include the Tan France "You ARE the Party" shirt, the Antoni Porowski "Twice as good" and "I love a pickle" shirts, the Jonathan Van Ness "Queen of Everything" shirt, and several designs featuring all five of the stars.

There are also designs featuring popular catchphrases like "Yas, Henny!" "Ferosh," and of course "Choose Kindness." A standout is the Fab 5 sweatshirt, which features all of their names forming an acrostic that reads "Yaaaas" in rainbow letters and lets you literally wear your heart on your sleeve. The store also sells a variety of facemasks that say phrases like "Slay the day," Yasss Queen," and "Speak Kindness."

Person in a Queer Eye Shirt

These shirts and hoodies not only look super stylish and have a comfy fit, but they're also environmentally friendly and feature art and designs by LGBTQ+ artists. Scout Productions, the company behind Queer Eye, is proud to partner with these artists and organizations.

"With the launch of, we are able to bring thoughtfully designed, environmentally-friendly products directly to the fans, while also raising money for an amazing organization whose positive impact on the lives of LGBTQ youth cannot be understated," Joel Chiodi, SVP of Strategic Development said in a statement.

The Ali Forney Center is the nation's largest agency dedicated to helping homeless LGBYQ+ youth. Located in New York City, the Center was founded by Carl Siciliano in memory of a gender nonconforming youth who was murdered in 1997. Now the organization helps more than 2,000 youths every year with its 24-hour drop in center. It also provides more than 70,000 meals annually, as well as medical and mental health services and a housing program.

Head over to the Queer Eye store now to scoop up all your favorite Fab Five merch before it sells out!

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