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If fashion can be an agent for social change, then supporting BIPOC (black, indigenous and people of colour) owned brands is one small but salient way to wear equality on your sleeve.
We've found the cool, colourful, creative pieces your closet will love.
CHRISTOPHER JOHN ROGERS This award-winning designer's eponymous brand has caught the attention of the fashion world with its voluminous silhouettes, sharp tailoring and cacophonous colour.
Fans include Rihanna, Michelle Obama and model Ashley Graham.
FENTY Emboldened by freedom, Barbadian singer Rihanna's fashion and beauty empire has inspired a worldwide community to represent their style, their way,
LISOU London-based designer Rene Macdonald takes influence from her native Tanzania with unexpected colour combinations and exclusive prints.
The proceeds from one piece per collection are donated directly to helping young Africans with medical and educational needs.
SHEKUDO Produced in Lagos, Nigeria, this sustainable accessory brand's goal is to shed light on the local artisan and craftsmanship scene while integrating age-old techniques and overlooked local resources into its contemporary aesthetic.
STELLA JEAN This self-taught Italian-Haitian designer's self-titled label is born from a desire to make ethically sound clothes by helping less-advantaged women.
Through her use of native craftspeople, she seeks to support struggling countries and communities and preserve their ancestral arts and traditions.
VICTOR GLEMAUD Expect statement knitwear from the award-winning Haitian-born designer's eponymous line.
Created for all people, genders, races, sizes and personalities.
Loved by actress Issa Rae and supermodel Iman.