Black Lives Matter
In the mood for some new accessories? 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.
From sunglasses and things for your hair to shoes and bags, here’s to a morally-minded arsenal of accessories.
With fans including the likes of Bella Hadid and Billie Eilish, eyewear by Christianah Jones is not for the fainthearted.
Salone Monet make colour-inclusive nude shoes, because – as stated in their Instagram bio – #nudeisnotacolor.
Nothing is more covetable than a Telfar bag – each drop sells out in minutes. And even AOC has one!
Beanies that don't make us look incredibly disheveled upon removal? They're what Grace Eleyae specialises in.
Jamel Marshall worked as an optician in Chicago before becoming an eyewear designer.
CISE make statement bags with real gravitas.
All Anima Iris bags are handcrafted in Senegal.
Aso Dára aims to honour the beauty and diversity of Pan-African culture.
The only problem with Brandon Blackwood bags is deciding which one to get.
Umbrellas can be cumbersome, so it's convenient that Hairbrella should exist to protect your hair – and face – from the rain.
The colourful bucket hats Coco x Robyn make us especially excited for summer.
We love Muji Lagos bags for the pops of colour they add to any outfit.
Designed in Los Angeles, VONI bags are both vegan and affordable.
Looking for a hair wrap to style and protect your hair? Look no further than The Wrap Life.
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.
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.