Today and every day is an important time to unite. To take a stand against injustice, systemic racism, and speak up for what you believe in.
In honor of continuing the conversation of the #BlackLivesMatter movement and to further educate ourselves and others, today we're sharing a list of black-owned businesses - which is by no means an exhaustive list.
Creative Director and Founder Aurora James launched this sustainable brand in 2013. Chic and completely handmade, Brother Vellies creates luxury accessories that celebrate cultural histories and timeless design.
Shop the skincare products of your dreams. Spiced Sugah is hand-made and contains organic ingredients. Combine that with cute packaging and you've got a recipe for chic and nourished skin.
Founded in 2009, this LA-based brand prides itself on jewelry fit for your distinct style. Stackable and on-trend, we're obsessed with their anklets, bracelets, necklaces, and rings. This brand is a true accessory lover's dream.
Founded by, Nancy Twine, this iconic haircare brand is a household staple (we beg you to try the Don't Despair, Repair mask, you'll thank us later!). Known for being cruelty-free, and 6-free hair care; meaning they're free of harsh sulfates (SLS/SLES), silicones, parabens, phthalates, DEA, and synthetic color, this brand is a MUST-try for the summer.
Lait De CoCo Studio
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When it comes to delivering a selection of expertly curated vintage clothing, Lait De CoCo is in a league of their own. Delivering unique and one of a kind pieces, Lait De CoCo prides itself on sourcing garments and accessories that fit their vision of "European romance with a tropical touch."
Inspired by Kristen Noel Crawley's own desire for natural lip masks that were not available on the market, Crawley developed her own formula. Aimed at delivering perfect, kissable lips she created her own all-natural, collagen-infused lip mask.
Side note, product aside for just a minute; we can't get over this beauty brand's packaging and aesthetic. I mean, come on, it screams "Instagram Me!".
Starting his namesake label in his early 20's LaQuan Smith became inspired to start his label by his grandmother, who shared how to sew and expertly craft garments. Today, his highly glamorous label is headquartered in Long Island City attending the most regal of fashion weeks.
Discover elements of architecture, interior design, and vintage hand-crafted home goods with this stunning shop. Founded by Kenya and Taib, this eclectic shop has everything you need to transport you to a warm climate with sunny days.