In the mood for some shopping? We suggest buying something from these Black-owned brands. Black Lives Matter is a movement that needs our ongoing support. Please don’t let it be relegated to a moment when there’s still so much to achieve.
Here’s to a morally-minded arsenal of accessories.
A A K S
A A K S sell woven lamps as well as bags – all handcrafted in Ghana.
Want something classic and well-made? We recommend Agnes Baddoo.
The concept of ‘unisex travel accessories’ might not sound that exciting, but a utility belt bag from ASHYA definitely is – to us, anyway.
A shoe from Brother Vellies is a shoe from shoe heaven.
From bags to jewellery and all that’s in between, if it’s from EDAS it’s excellent.
Florian won the ‘Best in Overall Style and Design’ category at the International Handbag Awards.
Kahmune make nude shoes for all.
Loza Maléombho has been designing since she was 13.
MWR Collection use deadstock leather sourced from their network of sustainable tanneries.
Natasha Fernandes Anjo started ROOP “to celebrate women – and especially women of colour.”
The imperfect leather Tree Fairfax uses ensures that every bag made is unique.
VAVVOUNE donate any unused leather to art programs across America.
You’ve definitely heard of these!
Zou Xou keep things as unfussy as possible.
First published on Buro247.com.
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