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Get To Know These 6 Emerging Black-Owned Fashion Brands

Though we should be supporting Black-owned brands every month of the year, February is a great opportunity to explore the plethora of Black fashion designers making everything from timeless pieces to Instagram feed-worthy dresses. If you’re on the hunt for the newest Black fashion brands, look no further as our list features a handful of designers leading the latest wave of trends.

Our top picks include Gabrielle Union-approved Ndigo Studio, which creates truly unique and bold garments, and is known for its vibrantly colored and highly textured dresses and two-piece sets. Meanwhile, CISE’s upcoming collection transforms classic handbags into powerful accessories, embossed with the impactful phrase “Protect Black Women.”

Continue scrolling to discover some of our favorite emerging Black-owned clothing and accessory labels.

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black-owned fashion labels dur doux ndigo studio megan renee unisex clothing eugene taylor brand inclusive

Co-owned by mother-daughter duo Cynthia and Najla Burt, Dur

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Women-owned beauty brands

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On International Women’s Day, we thank the important women in our lives and maybe donate to causes that fight for equality and justice worldwide. And while those are both amazing ways to honor the day, we can also shop brands founded and operated by women both this month and year-round. Whether you’re a self-proclaimed beauty addict or you just love a great mascara and moisturizer, your beauty cabinet can be a place to celebrate female entrepreneurism.

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There are plenty of inspiring and innovative brands to choose from, considering the estimated 153 million women-owned companies operating globally, according to the 2019 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report on Women’s Entrepreneurship. Supporting

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Looking good in the metaverse. Fashion brands bet on digital clothing : NPR

Decentraland is a virtual world where you can dress up your avatar.

Miranda Mazariegos


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Decentraland is a virtual world where you can dress up your avatar.

Miranda Mazariegos

Since the age of 15, Chris Ierino has been infatuated with the Ralph Lauren brand. He’s got an entire collection of vintage items, Polo mugs and Purple Label items (Ralph Lauren’s finest menswear) that make him feel like part of a club. He even has the Polo Bear tattooed on his left arm.

So when he got an email last year about a Ralph Lauren digital collection – yes, virtual fashion is a thing – Ierino decided it was worth a shot, with some hesitation. Last year, Ralph Lauren collaborated with the global gaming platform Roblox in a bet that people will buy virtual outfits to dress up their avatars just like they buy for themselves

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Consumers Have Never Been More Comfortable Shopping E-Commerce. How Do Brands Stay Digitally Relevant?

In the case of En Place, the newly debuted travel-meets-shopping venture from creative consultant (and former Vanity Fair editor) Alexis Kanter, elevating the customer experience means predicting consumers’ desires to buy—and being, as its name suggests, in the right place to capture the sale. Consider it the hotel gift shop 2.0: Partnering with boutique hotels across the world, the site gathers artisan goods spotted during a stay—Oaxacan ceramic vessels, Moroccan rugs, and Ghanese woven light fixtures included—on one shoppable platform. For an even more transportive experience, inspiring travel guides and hotel reservations can also be accessed through the site as well. The brand’s next phase, Kanter previews, will include having an on-site presence at the locales, pitching it “as reimagining the hotel gift shop. Instead of a small room limited to a few categories, why not expand that and apply it to the whole property?”

Like En Place, the

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