After kicking things off on Saturday with a brunch, Diesel kept the party going with their float in the Heritage of Pride parade. LOVE was the theme and the float was decorated with giant L-O-V-E letters. Diesel's Creative Director, Nicola Formichetti, was the star, working a million different social media channels as the float inched its way down Fifth Avenue. He did Persicope, Twitter, Instagram -- the works. Also on the float was Candy Ken, the Berlin-based muscle man with a penchant for Hello Kitty accessories. His Pride look was aqua Diesel underpants (the new kind from their Hero Fit collection that claim to enchance your package) along with giant pink sunglasses and a Hello Kitty tiara, necklace and bicep bracelet. London DJ and party queen Jodie Harsh contributed to the international glamour quotient and an army of wildly dressed (and semi-undressed) cuties danced on the float and alongside it. With the crowds watching the parade delirious with the excitement of the Supreme Court decision, everyone was truly in the mood to cut loose and have an amazing time. Take a look at photos, below.
Mr. Mickey riding the Diesel "LOVE" float
Candy Ken and Nicola Formichetti
Mr. Mickey and Nicola Formichetti
Jodie Harsh on the Diesel "LOVE" float