20 Black Owned Businesses in the UK

By now you must have seen our first list of Black Owned Businesses in the Diaspora. On that list, we mentioned several Black owned businesses based in the UK. This time, we are showing even MORE love to our brothers and sisters across the pond with a new list of dope businesses you should most definitely check out and support from your country or when you visit the United Kingdom.

20 Black Owned Businesses in the UK

Home Decor

Eva Sonaike is a lifestyle company that produces luxurious home décor, fashion accessories and textiles.

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Uptown Yardie is a British company inspired by Jamaican heritage, selling a lifestyle captured through shoes and clothes.

Black Owned Businesses

Afrination is an urban clothing brand inspired by African culture and tradition.

Black Owned Businesses

Dionne Gooding is a footwear designer that combines the latest London styles and soft leathers and suede with jaw dropping fabrics from West Africa.

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Tsemaye Binite  is an award winning contemporary fashion label characterized by exquisite clothing encapsulating a love of luxury and innovative design.

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Duro Olowu is impressing the right people with his vibrant mix of African prints, seventies tailoring, and unlikely color combos.


Hair/Skin Care

Hug My Hair

Curly by Nature




Jewelry and Accessories

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Afro Deco 







The Black Farmer


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  1. Hey we are a black owned chocolate covered fruit markets and events business.

    We sell a unique and yummy luxury chocolate covered dessert, garnished with an array of yummy toppings.

    Check our Instagram out


    Many thanks


  2. Ooooh thank you for featuring MaroonDawta 🙂 Much appreciated.

    I added you on instagram (under @yesmelanin). I love the concept and design of the website. Wishing you nothing but prosperity and an abundance of web traffic for 2016! 🙂

    Take care.

    – Tremaine

  3. Thank you for featuring Uptown Yardie. What a great idea and magazine. You can also follow us on instagram #uptownyardie, tumblr and twitter #uptownyadie9.

    One perfect love.

  4. Hi
    Just wanted to know if there are any black owned shops that sell hair products, shampoo, detangler etc…..in the Harlesden area.
    Thanks for info will definetly be checking them out
    Thanks x

  5. Lela is a unique and inspirational brand, providing character merchandise aimed at children of African and Caribbean descent. The brand was established in 2008 with the goal to inspire children from all walks of life, encouraging positive self-esteem. The name Lela is of Swahili origin, meaning black beauty.
    The idea was born when a proud father of a beautiful new born baby girl went out looking for something special to buy for his little princess. He came across a few items of merchandise for young girls with animated characters on them, none of which represented his daughter. After making this discovery he went home to his wife and expressed his disappointment. So using her creative flair they set out on a journey to develop a character that young African and Caribbean girls can relate to.
    The brand has just launched its new range of products for boys in order to meet customer demand, and they plan to continue expanding the range.
    “Our aim is for Lela to be an inspiration to children from all walks of life, encouraging them to feel good about themselves.”


  6. Hello, I would like to be added to your list of Black business owners. I make personalized gifts my favorite is keepsakes doll making. I was introduced to your website from a co-worker when she saw me working on my website.
    I look foward to hearing from you.

    *V. Elaine Pounder*

  7. Hello,
    I would like to be added to your list of black business owners, I make afrocentric casual wears and fashion accessories that are inspired by African roots and made for the global market .
    Produced by local women and youths in our community.

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