The holiday season is in full swing and DRK Beauty would like to shine a light on these black-owned brands who are challenging the current state of fashion.
With a buying power in excess of $1.2 trillion, we have never been in a better position to help our community thrive.
Let’s help uplift one another by committing to buying more black-owned brands this festive season and into 2020. We encourage you to discover and support these rising fashion brands that are FOR US, BY US.
*Neilson, “Black Impact: Consumer Categories Where African Americans Move Markets”
Flame Keepers Hat Club
Mission is to pass the torch of good taste, amiability, equilibrium and harmony from one generation to the next.
Ready-to-Wear (RTW) designer line that features contemporary apparel for women.
Since its formal debut in 2013, the brand has gained acclaim for its archive of distinctive glamorous aesthetic.
Handcrafted shoes and handbags from South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya & Morocco. Founded by Creative Director, Aurora James.
TELFAR is a unisex line established in 2005 by Telfar Clemens and sold internationally. “It’s not for you — it’s for everyone.”
Women’s wear collection designed by sisters. Named after their father and motivated by the interplay of their parents’ personal style with American culture.
Menswear brand that finds inspiration in the pages of history books and aims to change the way Americans dress, one iconic silhouette at a time.
Philadelphia Print Works
A social justice heritage brand and screen printing workshop. It was founded in 2010 by Maryam Pugh and Ruth Perez.
Handmade crystal and 24k gold plated eyewear. Inspired by a fusion of global cultures: from Jamaican heritage to the ancient art of the Egyptians, African and Indian adornment to the rich music and culture of the Bronx.
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Détroit is the New Black
Activism through enterprise. Art gallery, clothing brand, cultural center and community space that features Detroit art and fashion.
Vintage selection of retro matching suits, silk blouses and dresses in different textures and colors. Sells out fast!
An Amsterdam based streetwear company pushing the boundaries of fashion while still being wearable.
Inspired by her grandfather’s legacy as a jazz musician, Dani Evans created Monrowe: a line of artfully crafted hats for the modern woman.