10 Black-Woman Owned Fashion Businesses We Love

Black women have been setting the trend from the very beginning. We've always been at the forefront of style, and now we're beginning to see that flare for fashion translated  into entrepreneurial pursuits. Here's a list of a few of our favorite fashionpreneurs.

Bon Bon Vie
Rep your set with one of Shari's printed tees. But be sure to grab one now. They sell out fast. 

Dominique Auxilly designs dresses for the adventurous party girl. You won't find her aesthetic anywhere else. Her designs are fun, young and always fashion forward. A perfect splurge for your special day (or night).

Designed by Nike Oyelami, celebrity favorite Ekineyo features figure hugging dresses and skirts you'll be reaching for the next time you have a night out.  

Kill Pink
Entertainment blogger Miss Jia launched Kill Pink which features bold, affordable bracelets in late 2010. No matter what kind of mood you’re in, Jia’s got a bracelet to match. Soon Kill Pink will branch out with tees, leggings, and more so stay tuned!

Kouture By Kristin
Add a touch of glam to any outfit with a piece of sparkle from Kouture by Kristin.  Mix and match classic and trendy pieces to suit your style.

Monif C.
Best known for her versatile convertible dresses. Monif C's designs have been featured in countless major media outlets and seen on a number of celebrities because of her dedication to making full fogured women look stunning.

Tenille McMillan's bright, Afro-inspired accessories, leggings, and dresses are sure to get your noticed in a crowded room.

Rachel Stewart Jewelry
Celebrate your natural beauty with a piece of jewelry by Rachel Stewart. Her unique creations are a favorite of #TeamNatural

Soapbox Theory
Kayin Talton sees the beauty in blackness and pours it into her Soapbox Theory creations. From tees to bags to greeting cards, she provides plenty of ways to promote positive images of us.

Zoe Love 
Zoe Love features necklaces and earrings inspired by the boldness of Black women and the beauty of the Diaspora. The designs are intricate and colorful--perfect if you’re looking for your next piece of statement jewelry.

Who did we miss? Leave a comment and let us know which fashion businesses you love!

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