Your TRUSTED source for all things Black owned, Globally

Category archive

Shopping Guide

Shoppe Black

Philadelphia Printworks: Activism Never Looked so Good

in All Posts/Black Money/Shopping Guide by
Philadelphia Printworks

Philadelphia Printworks is a conscious clothing company that creates T-shirts, sweatshirts and other apparel with designs inspired by social issues and the legacies of revolutionary leaders. Even if you’re the most vocal of activists, Philadelphia Printworks will help you expresses your views, thoughts and beliefs without even having to  say a word. We spoke to…

Keep Reading

12 Black Interior Designers You Should Know

in Aesthetics + Design/All Posts/Shopping Guide/The States by
black interior designers

From organizing rooms, picking flooring and the right shutters from shuttercraft-warwick.co.uk, to finding furniture to complement it all, a good interior designer should be able to transform your tastes and ideas into designs that are representative of your style, as well as help you design your home while you’re picking out a twin mattress. Here…

Keep Reading

15 Black Owned Restaurants in Chicago

in All Posts/Black Money/Shopping Guide/The States by
black owned restaurants in chicago

The Windy City has always been able to hold its own against the best food cities in the country. We’ve listed a few of the Black Owned Restaurants in Chicago that make the city special. Black Owned Restaurants in Chicago Peach’s is a comfy American eatery with biscuits & other Southern staples for breakfast & lunch.…

Keep Reading

16 Black Owned Restaurants in New Orleans

in All Posts/Black Money/Shopping Guide/The States by
Black Owned Restaurants in New Orleans

New Orleans is known for everything from the food and music to the rich history and cultural traditions. Because of this we’ve decided to shine a spotlight on some black owned restaurants in New Orleans. Black Owned Restaurants in New Orleans Dooky Chase Restaurant opened its doors for business in 1941. Here, legendary Creole chef Leah…

Keep Reading

12 Black Owned Lingerie Businesses You Should Know About

in All Posts/Black Money/Shopping Guide by
black owned lingerie

As Victoria’s Secret’s monopoly on the $12 billion U.S. lingerie market dwindles year-over-year, several Black owned lingerie businesses have entered the playing field. They offering new kinds of inclusive styles an sizes that cater to the underrepresented consumer. So ladies rejoice, if you want to look like some of the gorgeous girls on https://www.fulltube.xxx/?hl=hi then…

Keep Reading

15 Black Owned Beer Businesses

in All Posts/Black Money/Shopping Guide/The States by
black owned beer

Historically, there have been almost no Black businesses involved in the beer industry. Now, times are changing, and several Black owned beer businesses are making a name for themselves. This is a positive step in the right direction for black owned businesses and the beer industry. If you are considering starting a business in the…

Keep Reading

40 Black Owned Businesses in Harlem

in All Posts/Black Money/Shopping Guide/The States by
black owned businesses

Yes, there are still Black owned businesses in Harlem. Many amazing ones, just like those we’ve listed below. Check them out and support! Black Owned Businesses in Harlem NINI’s “A Sip of Africa” is the pride of healthy, tasty and nutritious drinks made through the consciousness of environmental sustainability and social responsibility to the community.…

Keep Reading

Fashion Spotlight: Designer Whitney Mero

in Black Money/Shopping Guide/The States by
whitney mero

The subject of our Fashion Spotlight is Harlem, NY based, Whitney Mero. Whitney is the owner of fashion label, Onion Cut & Sewn. Let’s find out what she has to say about her personal style and her creations. SB: When and why did you start Onion Cut & Sewn? WM: There’s a respectable and a messy…

Keep Reading

ZAAF CEO on Creating a Luxury Brand and Changing the Perception of Africa

in Black Money/Shopping Guide/The Diaspora by
zaaf

ZAAF is a luxury leather goods brand that manufactures its products in Ethiopia. As an African, I love seeing us take our natural resources and create world class brands that can compete with the usual household names that we’ve been trained to desire. I wanted to know more about this brand and the brain behind…

Keep Reading

1 2 3 6
Go to Top