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BLACK-OWNED ACCESSORY BRANDS TO SUPPORT FOREVER

Black Lives Matter

23.02.2021

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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.

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CHRISTIANAH JONES

With fans including the likes of Bella Hadid and Billie Eilish, eyewear by Christianah Jones is not for the fainthearted. 

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SALONE MONET

Salone Monet make colour-inclusive nude shoes, because – as stated in their Instagram bio – #nudeisnotacolor.

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TELFAR

Nothing is more covetable than a Telfar bag – each drop sells out in minutes. And even AOC has one!

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GRACE ELEYAE

Beanies that don't make us look incredibly disheveled upon removal? They're what Grace Eleyae specialises in.

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SAVANT & SCHOLAR

Jamel Marshall worked as an optician in Chicago before becoming an eyewear designer.

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CISE

CISE make statement bags with real gravitas.

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ANIMA IRIS

All Anima Iris bags are handcrafted in Senegal.

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ASO DÁRA

Aso Dára aims to honour the beauty and diversity of Pan-African culture.

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BRANDON BLACKWOOD

The only problem with Brandon Blackwood bags is deciding which one to get.

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HAIRBRELLA

Umbrellas can be cumbersome, so it's convenient that Hairbrella should exist to protect your hair – and face – from the rain.

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COCO X ROBYN

The colourful bucket hats Coco x Robyn make us especially excited for summer.

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MUJI LAGOS

We love Muji Lagos bags for the pops of colour they add to any outfit.

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VONI

Designed in Los Angeles, VONI bags are both vegan and affordable.

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THE WRAP LIFE

Looking for a hair wrap to style and protect your hair? Look no further than The Wrap Life.

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A A K S

A A K S sell woven lamps as well as bags – all handcrafted in Ghana.

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AGNES BADDOO

Want something classic and well-made? We recommend Agnes Baddoo.

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ASHYA

The concept of ‘unisex travel accessories’ might not sound that exciting, but a utility belt bag from ASHYA definitely is.

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BROTHER VELLIES

A shoe from Brother Vellies is a shoe from shoe heaven.

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EDAS

From bags to jewellery and all that’s in between, if it’s from EDAS it’s excellent.

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FLORIAN

Florian won the ‘Best in Overall Style and Design’ category at the International Handbag Awards.

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KAHMUNE

Kahmune make nude shoes for all.

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LOZA MALEOMBHO

Loza Maléombho has been designing since she was 13.

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MWR COLLECTION

MWR Collection use deadstock leather sourced from their network of sustainable tanneries.

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ROOP

Natasha Fernandes Anjo started ROOP “to celebrate women – and especially women of colour.”

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TREE FAIRFAX

The imperfect leather Tree Fairfax uses ensures that every bag made is unique. 

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VAVVOUNE

VAVVOUNE donate any unused leather to art programs across America. 

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YEEZY

You've definitely heard of these!

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ZOU XOU

Zou Xou keep things as unfussy as possible. 

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