Black-Owned Fashion Brands to Support and Shop

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Shopping at Black-owned brands is just another way to show support now and forever, so we’ve compiled a list of Black-owned fashion and accessory brands for you to check out, follow, and buy!

Naclo (click here)

Naclo Apparel got its start during the pandemic as a solution for fun and cozy shelter-in-place clothes. The brand set out to make vibrant loungewear using their favorite clothing modification method—bleach dying, and their creative designs quickly took off during quarantine.

Our Pick: Heat Quarter Zip, $55 (click here)

Pashko (click here)

Forbes, WWD, and Oprah are just a few places you may have seen Pashko apparel. This clothing line is all about offering eco-friendly lifestyle pieces. Made of reclaimed or sustainable materials, Pashko makes everyday clothes in durable, technical fabrics designed to last a lifetime.

Our Pick: Resilience Pants in Black, $148 (click here)

RE ONA (click here)

RE ONA makes quality, minimalist women’s clothing. These beautiful pieces blend both masculine and feminine lines to create an urban capsule wardrobe.

Our Pick: Suit Trousers Sand, $145 (click here)

Jeblanc (click here)

Attention statement jewelry lovers, meet your newest obsession. Jeblanc accessories are uniquely crafted with an eclectic mix of crystals, baubles, and beads. These pieces are sure to demand attention in the best way possible. If you fall in love with a piece, better add it to your cart ASAP—these baubles sell out fast.

Our Pick: Amethyst Glass Hoops, $180 (click here)

Sammy B. Designs (click here)

Vibrant colors. Bold designs. Loud prints. Ensembles fit for a queen. In fact, Beyonce, Gabby Union, and Megan Thee Stallion are just a few queens that have donned Sammy B’s remarkable threads.

Our Pick: Jade Geo Skirt, $68 (click here)

Anima Iris (click here)

We immediately fell in love with these geometric bags in a rainbow of colors. All the bags have a circular handle, creating a fun, eclectic look. Anima Iris bags come in all sizes, including the trendy micro bag.

Our Pick: Naïa Zaza, $400 (click here)

Chelsea Paris (click here)

“Luxe” is truly the only word to describe these Nigerian-inspired Chelsea Paris creations. Boots, heels, sandals, you name it, Chelsea Paris has it, with style to spare. Come on, look at these beauties.

Our Pick: Ace Mule in Pure White, $325 (click here)

Sai Sankoh (click here)

Sai Sankoh doesn’t just create beautiful clothing. Sai Sankoh creates art with bold colors and over the top designs. These are true party pieces, but why not start dreaming about that first post-pandemic soirée?

Our Pick: Morgana Print Shirt Dress, $195 (click here)

Lionne (click here)

From bike shorts and bleach-dyed tees to sexy separates and form-fitting cutout maxi dresses, Lionne apparel is consistently serving look after look.

Our Pick: Mia Maxi, $152 (click here)

Auvere (click here)

Auvere, which loosely translates to “true gold,” offers the world beautiful pieces made from 22k and 24k gold. Even the daintiest pieces from Auvere are eye-catching.

Our Pick: Linear Threader Earrings, $280 (click here)

Telsha Anderson (click here)

If you live in New York City and you’re able to visit this store in person, consider yourself extremely lucky. For the rest of us, the other side of a computer screen will have to do. Straight from the company’s website, T.A.’s focus “is to provide a product that presents a renewed outlook towards luxury living,”  and that she most certainly does.

Our Pick: Maryam Nassir Zadeh Hayett Cardigan Dress, $360 (click here)

Matte (click here)

For anyone who loves an edgy ’90s ensemble, look no further than Matte. Specifically, check out the Fall/Winter 1992 line complete with bucket hats, mini skirts, and flared bottoms.

Our Pick: SWV Top in Chocolate, $70 (click here)


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