After we published our first list of Top 100 Black Designers, we realized that one list was simply not enough!

In the midst of the Black Lives Matter movement, we decided to create a post, highlighting the breadth and range of talent of Black Creatives and Black Style.

Though we already outlined 100 black designers, there are many who didn’t immediately come to mind! We have also discovered so many more in the past few weeks. Lastly, while our last list was limited when it came to accessories brands, this list bubbles over.

So, behold even MORE black designers you should know:

Luxury Designers

  1. B Michael America

B Michael America is an American treasure, and we are seriously face palming that we neglected to mention the designer in our initial list. The couturier creates flawless runway frocks, and frequently dresses ageless beauties like the incomparable Cicely Tyson.

B MICHAEL: 2018 Creative Arts Emmy Awards – Day 1 – ArrivalsLOS ANGELES, CA – SEPTEMBER 08: Fashion Designer B Michael (L) and Cicely Tyson attend the 2018 Creative Arts Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 8, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

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2. S.u.k.e.i.n.a

Created in 2012 by Senegalese designer Omar Salam, Sukeina focuses on fabulous party dresses with intricate details: think fringe, appliqué’s, and make-a-statement feathers. Salam studied fashion design at Parsons, and worked at Christian Lacroix and Sonia Rykiel before launching his own collection. The brand is beloved by Naomi Campbell, Thandi Newton, and Draya Michele.

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3. Tope FNR

Nigerian brand Tope FNR creates bedazzling custom pieces! From wedding gowns to glittering jumpsuits, each piece is made to measure.

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4. O Ray

Ms. Ray Marshall specializes in one-of-one dresses, made with athletic cuts and drool worthy fabrics. If you spy one of her designs on her page @O_Ray, snap it up quick! Once it’s gone, it’s gone for good.

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5. Calechie

Contemporary ‘It Girls” like Cardi B and Ari the Don have a new bespoke couturier to call on for singular sexy pieces. Calechie designs are racy and definitely not for the faint of heart.

See more @ Calechie .

6. Valentino Omar

Bahamas born, Miami based Valentino Omar specializes in red carpet and performances pieces, beloved by Amara la Negra, Tommie, and Claire Sulmers.

See more @ValentinoOmar.

7. Selam Fessahaye

Swedish-Eritrean stylist and costume designer Selam Fessahaye debuted her first collection in 2018 at Fashion Week Stockholm. Bright, bold, and whimsical Fessahaye’s clothes are beloved by fashionistas like Tracee Ellis Ross.

Follow her moves on Instagram here.

8. Kevan Hall

Kevan Hall creates red carpet, couture ready gowns worn by Jordin Sparks, Michelle Obama and Kimora Lee Simmons. Before launching his own line in 2002, he held a role as the creative director of Halston.

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9. 5:31 Jerome

Bronx born Jerome Lamaar began his journey in the fashion industry as a young prodigy designing for Baby Phat (see our throwback interview here). Years after leaving Baby Phat, Lamaar launched his 5:31 Jerome line, a collection of glittering separates fashioned for jet setters. While it had been dormant for quite a few years, it experienced a resurgence in Black is King, with Beyoncé wearing a green lace ensemble by the brand.

Follow @531Jerome for updates.

10. Rich Mnisi

Rich Mnisi is a self-named luxury and contemporary brand headed by designer and 2014 Africa Fashion International Young Designer of the Year, Rich Mnisi. The South African brand has captured the attention of Beyoncé who wore a custom blouse by the brand on her trip to South Africa. Heavily influenced by pop culture and the world’s ways of life, Rich Mnisi is known for exploring unusual shapes and bold colors through an array of garments from jumpsuits to flow dresses.

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11. Atafo

Formerly known as Mai Atafo after the designer and founder, Atafo is an internationally recognized luxury brand that has shown at Lagos Fashion Week and Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Africa. Naomi Campbell has even walked an Atafo show during Arise Fashion Week in 2019. Atafo is best known for its custom pieces which are complete with impeccable tailoring and extreme attention to detail. The brand also offers wedding gowns and ready-to-wear garments.

Shop at Atafo here.

Contemporary WomensWear

12. Farai London

Farai London just launched in June 19th, and by August, the black owned British Brand has already been spied on Kylie Jenner and Kristen Noel Crawley. Purchase one of their club ready cut out multicolor dresses or velvet rompers for only $100 a pop.

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13. Shop J Bolin

Though many know J. Bolin as a stylist to stars like Michelle Williams, Sarah Jakes Roberts, and Tyra Banks, Bolin has branched off to creating his own line of smart separates, fashioned for women of all shapes, sizes, and style penchants.

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14. Courtney Noelle

Courtney Noelle was created in 2014 to cater to women of all sizes, and stocks glamorous plus size pieces characterized by bold colors, ruffles, and daring prints.

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15. Phlemuns

Comfy separates seem to be a specialty of Phlemuns, whose current collection includes sweatshirts, matching sweatpants, face masks, and skirts printed with clouds, lemons, and stars. Their accessories are also worthy of note: Snakeskin pocket bags are perfect to pop in your keys, iPhone, wallet, and go.

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16. Ezie NY

Created by a Nigerian American Emergency Room doctor, Esther Ihezie, Ezie NY offers fashion from the soul . On her website, she writes, “Despite her love for helping people through medicine, Ihezie could not ignore her concurrent obsession with fashion. She began designing her own clothing as a preteen, bringing sketches to the local seamstress in Nigeria to produce one of a kind outfit she would wear to church and she continued designing her own wardrobe throughout her study of medicine. Albeit formal fashion training, Ihezie worked to better herself at designing by attending seminars taught by industry professionals and would fit in classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology whenever she could.” Her unabashedly glamorous designs have been worn by Angela Simmons, Vanessa Simmons, Ming Lee Simmons, and Tamron Hall.

Shop select items here.

17. Irregular Exposure

With the tag line, “Be A Feminist. Be Confident. Expose your Irregular,” Irregular Exposure offers items for the contemporary Bombshell with swag. Created by Jessica Williams and made in LA, their ruched pieces are their signature, and a fan favorite.

Shop here.

18. Shan Latris

Alabama based Shan Latris creates contemporary clothes informed by her Southern Upbringing. Her most recent collection merges houndstooth with classic black and white, producing separates that pack a punch.

Shop her new collection here.

19. LondonCouture.Est90

Atlanta based bespoke brand London Couture creates everything from gowns to mini dresses to off the shoulder shirts with signature flair. Per their name, most of their items are custom. Dip in their DMs and get ready to turn heads.

Follow them on Instagram here.

20. Something by Sonjia

LA based brand Something by Sonjia has a little something for everyone, but their oversized pants are a crowd favorite.

See more and purchase here.

21. Loud Brand Studios

Kylie Jenner recently flexed on Instagram in a skin slinging body dress, equipped with a slash cut out at the bodice: thus introducing us to black owned British brand Loud Brand Studios. The young line has already sold out of the Vashtie dress, they still have select mini dresses, crop tops, and pants available.

Purchase here.

22. GsuWoo

Contemporary Miami brand is made for young Bombshell looking for figure flattering ensembles. Their specialty? Jumpsuits and skin clinging separates.

Follow on Instagram @GsuWoo or shop here.

23. Erica Moore Brand

Nigerian based brand Erica Moore creates everything from cocktail dresses to prom gowns to tracksuits for men. Though based abroad, they ship internationally.

Keep up with what’s new on Instagram @EricaMooreBrand.

24. Lyl Official

Lyl describes itself as, “a fashion brand for ambitious and stylish women.” They add, “We are a black owned, female run business providing a modern take of power dressing.

Their products are limited edition and available in UK sizes 8-16 with prices ranging from £90-£155. They ship worldwide. Shop at

25. Shop FKSP

The brainchild of Bomb Blogger Folake Kuye of the blog Style Pantry, her line of chic, work ready separates and cocktails are just as chic as her personal style. While Folake’s particular style is hard to capture, her line helps you get close.

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26. Front Row

Created by style influencer, dancer, and designer Shateria Moragne-El, Front Row offers easy separates, reflective of the creator’s simple sartorial penchants. The website states, “She created the line allowing her fashion lovers to understand that you can be free, confident and unapologetic when you step out.”

Shop here.

27. Loza Maleombo

Loza Maléombho hails from the Ivory Coast, and was raised between Abidjan and Silver Spring, Maryland. She engendered a love of fashion at a young age, and later graduated from the University of the Arts of Philadelphia in 2006. Her line offers African prints with a contemporary twist, and has been worn by Beyonce, Solange, Teyana Taylor, and Kelly Rowland.

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28. Stevie the Designer

Chicago based designers Stevie Edwards creates everything from bodycon dresses to prom gowns. Tiffany Haddish and Jody Watley are fans.

Follow on Instagram @StevietheDesigner.

29. Toni Gant of V’Che the Label

Dallas based brand V’Che the Label is exquisite and elegant dressing, defined. Designer Toni Gant creates wrap tops, high slit skirts, and dresses in a classic neutral black and white color palette. V’Che the Label is beloved by Claudia Jordan, Nicole Murphy, and more.

See more here.

30. Akese Style Lines

Chicago based brand Akese Style Lines was created in 2012 by Ghanaian born and raised designer Jennifer Akese-Burney. The line triumphs due to its Ankara fabrics, fashioned with contemporary flair. With the advent of Covid-19, the brand is now making face masks to match its show stopping looks.

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31. Jae Jolly

Jamaican brand Jae Jolly creates resort perfect pieces: breezy jumpsuits, maxi dresses, and separates that seem pegged for lounging, stylishly.

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32. Kai Collective

Created by Fisayo Lounge, Kai Collective’s marble printed colorful dresses and turtlenecks are simply dreamy.

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33. Olabisiodunne

We were first introduced to Olabisiodunne via Nigerian Star Mercy Eke, who stunned on the ‘Gram wearing a skirt by the brand. While Eke’s ensemble skews casual, the brand also creates couture level dresses and wedding gowns.

See more on Instagram @ Olabisiodunne.

34. Tove Studio

British Brand Tove Studio was created by Camille Perry and Holly Wright. The contemporary brand has clean lines and classic silhouettes, boasting luxurious fabrics and expert craftsmanship.

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35. Adama Paris

Though we’ve know about Adama Paris and its creator Adama Ndiaye for years, Beyonce brought the brand back to centerstage, wearing a stunning yellow look by the Parisian brand in her Black is King visual album. Adama Paris’s clothes are bold, colorful, and bright, and have been shown on international stages from Dakar to Lagos.

Learn more here.

36. No Sesso

LA based brand No Sesso (Italian for “no sex/no gender”) was founded by Pierre Davis in 2015. After storming New York Fashion Week with a Harlem Renaissance inspired show, the brand has become known for promoting diversity regardless of race and sexual orientation. Gabrielle Union is a fan!

Follow them on Instagram @NoSessoLA.

37. Gueras Fatim

Parisian brand Gueras Fatim was created by Fatoumata Guirassy, who matriculated at Balenciaga, Celine, and Alexander McQueen before launching her “Africa meets Asian” brand in 2015. The Gueras Fatim woman is described as masculine, yet refined and nonchalant.

Shop their selection here.

38. Diarra Blu

Senegalese born and bred Diarra Bousso created her line Diarrablu Diarrablu in 2015 to merge her love of style with her passion for math and algorithms. From the brand’s website, “Through a sartorial merger of tradition and technology, artisans and algorithms, the collections are marked by strong structural cuts, bold prints, colorful accents and sustainable solids. The brand’s design process is the result of innovative creative mathematics through the use of algebraic graphs and geometric transformations to create iconic prints.”

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39. Deviant La Vie x Alani Taylor Co

Deviant la Vie creates custom rope pieces, beloved by Beyonce, Cardi B, Laura Govan, and many more. With frequent collaborator Alani Taylor, the duo make couture magic.

40. Cult de Jour

Created by wardrobe stylist Tameka Foster, Cult de Jour is all about army fatigue jackets with swag. According to the brand, “Tameka created a unique spin on vintage military jackets ensuring that no two pieces are the same. After a consultation is completed with Tameka each patch is handpicked to bring the clients vision to life. The brand is special to all ages and can be worn everyday or dressed up for special events. “

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41. Chen Burkett

Chen Burkett is all about African prints in contemporary silhouettes, made in New York.

Shop here and follow on Instagram @ChenBurkettNY.

42. Mimmy Yeboah

Inspired by Ghanian culture, Mimmy Yeboah’s clothes are simple, sexy, and fabulous.

Shop here and follow them on Instagram here.

43. Loi D’Influence

Loi D’Influence, founded by Ceo and Creative Director Brianna Shae, creates designs exclusively for the bold, fearless yet graceful women of the world. By creating their own method of creativity, they challenge the rules of fashion by making every release timeless yet classic. 

They say, “We push boundaries of luxury by valuing one of a kind crafts and design while ushering in freedom, culture and inclusivity.” The Clermont Twins and Megan Thee Stallion are fans.    

See more at and follow them on Instagram @loidinfluence .

44. Tia Adeola

Tia Adeola is the Nigerian mastermind behind the Tia Adeola brand which you may be familiar with its former name, Slashed by Tia. The brand explores femininity and Renaissance art through frilly, ruffled two piece sets and garments! Kali Uchis, SZA, Gigi Hadid and HER are all fans of Tia Adeola’s creations.

Follow them for updates on Instagram @tiaadeola and shop at at

45. Emmy Kasbit

Emmy Kasbit is Nigerian brand founded by designer Emmanuel Okoro who is also a Lagos Fashion Week Fashion Focus winner. Emmy Kasbit combines traditional African design and materials with distinct tailoring and unique silhouettes to create garments for bold and confident trendsetters. Singer Masego frequently wears the brand!

Follow Emmy Kasbit on Instagram @emmykasbit for updates!

46. Lionne Clothing

Founded by Latoia Fitzgerald in 2018, Lionne Clothing is a contemporary womenswear brand that combines style and sophistication for women who aren’t afraid to step outside the box when it comes to style. Bebe Rexha rocked a look from Lionne Clothing’s “Royal Blood Collection” while attending the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards. Draya Michele and Ari Fletcher are also fans of the brand.

Shop the brand here.

Menswear Brands

47. It’s Goode Clothing

Founded By Erin_Nicole and Desiree Atalia, Oakland based brand It’s Goode Clothing creates artistic pieces beloved by basketball players like Damian Lillard, Metisse Thybulle and more.

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48. Freemen by Mickey

Freemen by Mickey Freemen is for men who use their freedom to express themselves sartorially. While Mickey creates a range of separates, his signature pieces include his kilts, made in cotton, wools, and leather.

Get yours here.

49. Chocolate Clothes Global by Kwaku Bediako

Chocolate Clothes is a Ghanaian brand with Universal appeal. Their cool colored sets have been spied on T.I., Jamie Foxx, and Steve Harvey. Sharp!

Follow them on Instagram @ChocolateClothesGlobal.

50. Southern Gent Clothing

Charlotte based clothing line Southern Gents produces a vintage aesthetic with a modern twist. Though the line is mainly geared towards men, they also stock outwear and hats for women.

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51. Rich God XX

Dallas, Texas based Rich GOD XX ‘s pieces have been worn by Lil Durk, Fabolous, Money Bagg Yo and more! 

Follow at @RichGodXX.

52. Heron Preston

Heron Preston is athletic and athleisurewear personified, uplifted by pops of color and artistic prints. The San Francisco born, New York based Preston was nominated as the CFDA Emerging Designer of the Year in 2019. A graduate of Parson’s School of Design, Heron Preston has collaborated with Kanye West, Off White, Nike, NASA, and more.

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53. Carl Ulysses

Though Carl Ulysses is known industry wide for his impeccable tailoring skills and costume design for Black Panther, The Bobby Brown story, Shaft, and All Eyez On Me movies, he also creates custom red carpet looks for the greats like Tyler Perry, Chadwick Boseman, and more.

Follow on Instagram @ CarlUlysses.

54. Grayscale

Grayscale pieces are simple, tailored, and characterized by singular bold lines cutting down or across arms, the chest, or legs. Dwyane Wade and a host of ball players are fans of this brand, that embodies the phrase, “classic with a kick. “

Follow and shop @GrayscaleIC.

55. Dreu Breckemberg

Polished gents need look no further than Brooklyn based bespoke tailor Dreu Breckemberg, whose cricket inspired pieces are sure to turn heads.

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56. Waraire Boswell

Waraire Boswell is a designer best known for made-to-measure menswear which has been worn by popular sports players like Colin Kaepernick, Lebron James, Tristan Thompson, and the late Kobe Bryant. With each garment, Waraire emphasizes its attention to detail, proper fit, quality and comfort. The brand has also dabbled in ready-to-wear.

LOS ANGELES, CA – JULY 17: NBA player LeBron James and finace Savannah Brinson attend The 2013 ESPY Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on July 17, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for ESPY)

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T-Shirt Brands

57. The Blairisms

Blairism’s fun tees are the must have for Summer 2020, witnessed by their crewnecks and tank tops reflecting Megan thee Stallion’s hit song, “Savage.” Shirts rendering TV characters from Living Single, Golden Girls and more with descriptive adjectives, “Savage. Classy. Bougie. Ratchet.” They write, ““…Based between New Orleans and Virginia, #BLAIRISMS is for the melanin loving, pro-BLACK, warriors at the front lines of the resistance, the out and proud LGBTQ community living and loving who they are and everyone who understands that fashion is a form of expression and healing.”

Ty Hunter in The Blairisms Tee

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58. Mess in a Bottle

Founded by Kalilah Wright, Mess in a Bottle is a brand with a message, branded on tees, that come in a bottle! Wright was born in Jamaica moved to Brooklyn, New York at the age of 4. Over the years, she has been steadily growing her brand, which comprises t-shirts, mugs, backpacks, and face masks sporting phrases like, “A Black Woman Created This,” “Fearless,” and “100% Black Owned.”

59. Served Fresh

Founded by a wife and husband duo, Served Fresh delivers smart tees with cool designs, reflecting current events and of the moment occurrences. Their most recent tees say, “Get Your Knee Off Our Necks, “Don’t Tape Me, Help Me,” and “I am Not a Target.

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60. Project 96

Vintage issue tees with positive messages? Sign us up! According to their website, “Born & raised in Lagos, Nigeria – Creator, Petahjay, draws inspiration from his ethnic background. His awareness of culture and authenticity motivated him to create a brand that could provide a platform not only for his unique take on fashion, but for a community of creatives and innovators. Petahjay’s desire to achieve an equilibrium between heritage and personal style resulted in the formation of Project 96.”

Purchase here.

Shoe Brands

61. Tori Soudan

Tori Soudan specializes in make a statement footwear, fashioned in bold color blocked strips for pumps, sandals, and boots. According to her website, “A true artist and visionary, her purpose, which was born out of a love for fashion, began at just 9 years old in her hometown of Stratford, Connecticut where her mother taught her to make fancy Easter dresses. As a teenager, Tori progressed to designing prom gowns for classmates. Her inspiration to design footwear came in 1994 when she studied abroad and saw a demonstration given by a master shoemaker near Venice, Italy. She was struck by the intricacies of old world shoe making and embarked on her vision to design footwear of impeccable quality for women. She went on to graduate Spelman College with honors and after studying design at the famed Parson’s Institute of Design in NYC and interning with American sportswear designer Tommy Hilfiger, Tori was ready to give women what she knew they deserved, the most superlative shoes imaginable and in 2011, she debuted her first collection.” Her designs were most recently seen on Amanda Seales, as she hosted the 2020 BET Awards, and on Fashion Bomb Daily EIC Claire Sulmers.

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62. TTOS

Ashley Norment, the owner of TTOS, writes, “TTOS is all about comfort and style. TTOS values exclusivity for its customers by making a select amount per design. I am inspired by my hometown, Detroit,MI, in each design that I create. I hope those close or from afar can feel the love and inspiration behind each shoe design.

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63. Jessica Rich Collection

Few fashionistas could step foot outside without donning a pair of perfectly cute clear heels, popularized by Jessica Rich. The sheer versatility of her signature stilettos and sandals made them the go to heel for J. Lo, Cardi B, Kylie Jenner, Saweetie, Normani, Kelly Rowland, and more. Here’s to comfortable, cute footwear, and continued innovation!

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64. Keeyahri

From, “Keya Martin, Artistic Director and Founder, designs first through touch, manipulating fabrics and hand-selecting details that convey a simple sensuality. Released in small-scale seasonal collections, Keeyahri shoes honor the community that wears them: dynamic women with an eclectic sensibility and a point-of- view for the world.
Poised and confident, Keeyahri shoes understand fashion as an investment in self-empowerment and self-expression. Independently made with a flair for the unique, they were made to strut in. “You will never go unnoticed in my shoes,” says Keya. Her story empowers all women to be confident enough to follow their internal voice and instincts while creating a business that makes them feel fulfilled.”

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65. LFLS Shoes

Designed in the United Stated and made in Brazil, LFLS Shoes are a fabulous luxury shoe option for Fashion Bomb Men. They say, “Along with offering great quality, we pride ourselves on offering the most unique and eye catching designer shoes that the industry has to offer. With LFLS, you get the highest quality possible and a shoe that you won’t find at any other shoe retailer in the world. “

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66. Salone Monet

Salone Monet’s mission is simple: to create elegant, chic nude heels for brown skinned Bombshells. The glorious range of sandals and pumps have found a fan in Beyonce: They are heels fit for a Queen.

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67. Titi Adesa

Titi Adesanya launched her eponymous line, inspired by luxury footwear and elegant craftsmanship. According to her website, “After completing a Master’s degree in Pharmacy, Titi, who grew up between Lagos and London, embarked on a journey to express her purest self by way of design. Following meticulous research and courses at London College of Fashion’s Cordwainers, Titi invested two years grafting with the finest artisans in Italy to understand every aspect of shoe manufacturing and learn about the numerous, essential components involved in realising comfortable footwear styles for women.” The simple styles are made in Milan and available for purchase at

68. By Dose

Modern, minimal, and chic, By Dose Aurum sandals are the perfect shoes to complement any outfit. Though the brand is famous for their barely-there gilded heels, they have a full range, including heels in silver and nude tones. .

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69. Voyette Lee

According to Voyette Lee, “Each pair is handcrafted from the best materials by skilled artisans who stress every single detail and aspect.” Lee adds, “An image of self-expression that whether affordable or lavish, allowed my inner soul to manifest an appealing creation to show the world. My deep desire drove me to create something of my very own, a luxury shoe brand laced with my DNA.”

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70. Rebecca Allen

With the tagline Sophisticated solutions for Real Women, Rebecca Allen offers a range of nude heels for brown skinned fashionistas. Fashioned out of slick patent leather, Rebecca Allen shoes are sassy, chic, and comfortable.

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71. Shekudo

Shekudo handbags and shoes are handmade in Lagos, Nigeria by artisans using locally sourced raw materials. While they offer a range of accessories, they are best know for their striped practically heels sandals, cast in a range of hues and colors.


See more on Instagram @ Shekudo. Shop here.

Bag Brands

72. Silver and Riley

Silver & Riley owner Lola Banjo is a woman on the go: a business woman with a robust travel schedule, who yearned to marry fashion with function. Thus, Silver & Riley was born. Each bag is expertly made in Italy with fine quality materials and thoughtful details. With rich hues and gilded straps, each bag uplifts every outfit.

Get yours here.

73. Adoni NYC

Distinguished, sophisticated, and luxurious, Adoni NYC carries buttery soft leather pieces, perfect for travel: wallets, backpacks, duffel bags and more, with an elegant twist.

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74. Petit Kouraj

Created by Haitian British Designer and fashion stylist Nasrin Jean-Baptiste, Petit Kouraj, “makes fun, stand alone pieces of wearable art that celebrates a love of knitwear, sculpture and identity.” The brand’s fringe bags are fun, fabulous, and handmade in Haiti.

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75. Zashadu

British/Nigerian brand Zashadu works with locally sustained leather and exotic skins, fashioned into unique bags. They say, “At Zashadu we love to explore the tension between quiet elegance and unabashed glamour.” Founder Zainab Ashadu began her career as an actor in London, but honed her skills as a bag designer at the London College of Fashion.

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76. Bruce & Glen

Twin brothers Bruce & Glen have electric personalities–and a bag brand to match.

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77. Shop Tosha

Created in 2011 by Brooklyn based designer, Towana Phillip, Shop Tosha bags are hand crafted creations, fashioned in bold colors and fabrications. A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, Phillip worked in visual merchandising for Burberry, Nike and Saks 5th Avenue before launching her own brand. Signature styles include the peony bag, decorated with pom moms, and fringe bags, equipped with fabulous fringe.

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78. Feliosiby

Feliosiby carries Italian made handbags, along with men and women’s clothing, and some impressive wrist wear.

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Jewelry Brands

79. Beads by Aree

Beads by Aree carries one of a kind pieces, ranging from cowrie shell earrings to wiry chokers to clothes, shoes, and more.

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80. Dominique Renee

Born and raised in Connecticut, Dominique grew up in a creative environment that fostered her lover of music, art, and style. On her website, she says “After high school I decided to go to college for Graphic Design, but soon after concluded that my heart wasn’t in it. My dreams of being a designer were stifled only by the feeling that I might not have what it took. When my nails started to turn heads everywhere I went, I realized it was time to go for it. What did I have to lose? I started designing my own nails because I couldn’t find salons that were able to do what I wanted done. It is not exactly how I thought I would get started, I just kind of fell into it, but I am passionate about it. Nails, for me, had become my most important accessory when putting an outfit together. We ALL know how important accessories are. With that in mind I decided to acquire my certification in Nail Technology, and to develop my own line of hand painted nails. After premiering my first couple nail collections, I expanded my line to offer other handmade accessories…Although I have chosen a career in design, music still plays a huge part in my life. I carefully curate a playlist for each collection that helps to set the mood, and to communicate my feelings and the message behind each piece.” Renee offers playful, music inspired pieces, as she says, “produced from a playlist of emotions.

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81. EBJ Gallery

EBJ Gallery specializes in adding skins to Bamboo earrings and hoops. Fashionistas like Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah, and Tracee Ellis Ross all support!

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82. Misayo House Jewelry

More into subtle jewelry? Misayo House is the perfect choice. Their simple crystal hoops and bracelets are the creation of wife, mother, and philanthropist Idunnu Tomori.

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83. McKenzie Liautaud

Haitian American designer Mckenzie Liautaud offers a range of jewelry options, from stone addled pendants and baubles to glitzy earrings, and pearls.

Purchase a few selections here.

84. Axcexx

Created by stylist to the stars Harrison Crite (Bonang Matheba, Angela Simmons), Axcexx offers simple jewelry for men and women. Many pieces feature brilliant stones, cast in silver or gold.

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85. A Little Touch of Vee

Vianca “Vee” Delancy of the brand A Little Touch of Vee creates beautiful handmade jewelry for any occasion. Though based out of Miami, the brand ships worldwide.

Follow the brand on Instagram here.

86. Amerie 1936

Amerie 1936 triumphs in the lane of layered gold necklaces and make a statement earrings and rings. Established in 2017, the Charlotte, North Carolina based brand has been worn by Fantasia, Desi Perkins, and Kelly Rowland.

Purchase here.

87. Sneely Jewelry

Shauna Neely is the creator of Sneely Jewelry, a brand of diamond and CZ necklaces, tennis bracelets, studs, and anklets, along with sturdy gold cuban links, trendy necklaces, and more. This brand was made for the bold Bombshell who loves to sparkly and shine.

Follow @ SneelyJewelry for new arrivals.

88. Aziza Handcrafted

The the simple tagline, “Handcrafted Art,” Aziza Handcrafted specializes in rings, nail covers, and custom grills. The designer writes, “I’m just a women from the DMV whose happiness is art, whose therapy is art, whose love is art.”

Follow them on Instagram @Aziza.Handcrafted.

89. Taylor Nikole

Texas based accessories designer Taylor Nikole creates one-of-one earrings that strike the balance between art and fashion and according to the designer, “highlight the beauty of humans in the world.

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Eyewear Brands

90. Vuliwear

Vuliwear is where “fashion and nature collide,” with insect inspired frames and honeycomb compound lenses. All of their shades are unisex, created with high polarized lenses that reduce glare, and protect your bulbs from the sun. On their site, they say, “Our mission is to build a collection of fashion accessories that are quality, innovative and creative. Vuliwear wants to be a part of your personal style statement.

Purchase here.

91. Coco and Breezy

Twin sisters Corianna and Brianna Dotson launched their sunglasses line, Coco and Breezy, in 2009. Thanks to their unique looks, DJ skills, and undeniable swag, their shades were instant hits with the glitterati, and have collaborated been worn by Prince, Diddy, and many others.

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92. KidRaq

Launched by celebrity stylist Raquel Smith, Kidraq stocks sunglasses for kids to adults.

Purchase here.

93. Eeny Eyewear

Eeny Eyewear is all about look-at-me eyeglasses and sunglasses with unique shapes.

 @fearlessnegroPhotagrapher @essentiallycai @kosmik_kymit 

Purchase here.

94. Dear Emery

Based Maryland, Dear Emery offers ready-to-wear eyewear made by skilled craftsmen using raw materials like imported horn and exotic wood. They also offer custom services for their eyewear as well!

Shop Dear Emery’s bomb eyewear here!

95. Shades of Shades

Shades of Shades was founded by Maryland-bred mompreneur Marsha Douglas-Sydnor after she was diagnosed with a Meningioma brain tumor–but that didn’t stop her. She continued on to build Shades of Shades to the luxury nude eyewear brand it is today.

With diversity as one its main components, Shade of Shades offers eyewear in five silhouettes and 14 shades ranging from Milk to Mocha. They even have a Eyewear Shade Finder that helps users find the perfect pair of nude shades. Bomb!

Shop their shades on!


96. Ashaka Givens

Brooklyn Bombshell Ashaka Givens specializes in fly fedoras with funky details like cuban chainlink or gold leather bands. Since we first covered the brand in 2015, the Givens has expanded her repertoire to include fascinators, berets, and more.

Photographer: Oluwaseye
Model: Dosha
Makeup: Oscar Caballero

Purchase here.

97. Esenshel

Yoko Cap FW18 in Client Magazine. Photographer – Nathan Best @thebestboyshow, Model – Lyndon – @ly_n_king, Model – @dustyxbee. @offspring_ny

Esenshel is a brand of couture level hats, beloved by fashion trendsetters like Billy Porter and June Ambrose.

Purchase here.


98. Jade Swim

Described as luxe, minimal swimwear, Jade Swim was created by former Fashion Editor/Stylist Brittany Kozerski Freeney. The brightly colored one pieces and bikinis are beloved by the celeb and editor set, including the Kardashian/Jenners, Chrissy Teigen, and Jen Atkin.

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99. Ashanti Swimwear

London based Ashanti Swimwear is known for their kente print swimsuits, beloved by Cardi B, Lizzo, Gabrielle Union, and more.

Get yours here.

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100. Byond Measure

Corsets are a hot trend! If you’re looking for options, look no further than Byond Measure, created by stylist and designer, Kelsey Ashley.

Purchase here.

101. DELYX

When faced with the problem of bag limitations during travel, DELYX offers a “luxury-meets-function” solution of multi-seasonal, luxury apparel and accessories that allow for a variety of styling options. Founded by Sophia Stallworth and Sharice Barnes, the brand is complete with reversible or interchangeable pieces the wearer can use for multiple looks rather than just one.

Discover more from DELYX on Instagram (@delyx_ltd) and!

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