1. Lola Ade
Creator Pamela Adewoyin James is the proud owner of Lola Ade, a jewelry store with West African influence. Named after her native Nigerian language,Yoruba, Pamela creates both minimalist and statement pieces. All items are handcrafted with love, and you can dress this fashionable jewelry up or down.
2. Effie's Paper
Named after her maternal grandmother--Effie; founder and creative director Kalyn Johnson Chandler is a lawyer turned fashion stylist entrepreneur who is all about using creative graphics to empower women. Here you'll find stylish water resistant bags, travel mugs, and even accessories you can use can use at home.
Founded in 2013, SoleLavish is a family owned and operated e-commerce fashion retailer. Over the years they have experienced so much growth and always have the latest footwear and accessories for the fashionista.
4. Black Girl Sunscreen
A sunscreen created out of Miami, FL and made exclusively for the melanated women. Founder Shotay Lundy wanted a sunscreen that would be beneficial and non-residual to women of color, a perfect complement to every vacation.
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