The Black and African Fashion Brands We Support And Promote, Everyday

As protests intensify across the globe from the atrocities in in Nigeria to the much needed against the merciless killings of black people in the United States, there has been a corresponding increase in supporting black-owned businesses; starting in the US are spreading quickly to Europe and across the globe. This movement is uplifting black people and uplifting their economic interests. We have taken the time to spotlight brands that are black-owned.

We have and will always support black and African fashion brand. We’ve compiled a list in honor of this extraordinary talents, show love to them and shop this week and every other week.

The first thing we’re wearing post lockdown is this Hanifa set.

Hanifa

Drop Everything- Wanger Ayu’s new collection just landed

Wanger

Meet KÌLĖNTÁR: The Nigerian brand It Girls Will Flock To For An Elevated Aesthetic Post Quarantine.

Kilentar

Orange Culture’s SS20 Campaign “Speak Up” Is Worthy Of Your Attention

Orange culture

This Tokyo James Autumn/ Winter 2020 Edit Is A Must See.

Tokyo James

Denike’s 2020 Collection Is A TBT To Your Favorite ‘90s Fashion.

Denike

Gorgeous!Meena’s SS19 ICHI Collection Has to Be Seen To Be Believed.

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