Le Creuset Put Some L’OVEn Into Its New Pride Month Dutch Oven

Le Creuset's new Dutch oven covered in hearts sitting on a neon-lit white countertop.
Le Creuset

When it comes to instantly recognizable kitchen items, Le Creuset’s Dutch ovens are definitely at the top of the list. Now, the company has created a new design just for Pride Month.

The new Le Creuset Dutch L’OVEn (see what they did there?) features the brand’s famous shape and cast-iron material, but the design is inspired by the LGBTQ community. It’s solid, white enamel all over, but features sweet appliqué hearts that run from the base, up the side, and onto the lid.

At the bottom, the hearts are various hues of purple, but they change to all the different shades of the rainbow, athen repeat all the way up to the stainless-steel knob on top. According to the brand, the design was “created to celebrate self-expression in all forms,” and is  “the perfect way to share the many flavors of love and bring happiness to your kitchen.”

The oven isn’t just cute, though. It’s also charitable. While the brand doesn’t give specific details on its support, the launch will benefit The Trevor Project, an organization that provides crisis and suicide intervention to LGBTQ youth.

If you want to pick up Le Creuset’s Dutch L’OVE’n, it’s available exclusively on Williams & Sonoma for $380. If you have any other kitchen items you need to replace, you might just want to make it a shopping spree.

[Via Hunker]

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