As we enter September, we’re thrilled to unveil the latest chapter of our series, “Black Owned Essentials.” This collection continues our commitment to showcasing remarkable Black-owned brands across various industries.
From home goods to fashion and personal care, these brands exemplify creativity and excellence. Each brand carries a unique narrative, reflecting the dedication of its founders. Your support not only uplifts these businesses but also contributes to a more inclusive business landscape.
Stay tuned as we continue our mission to celebrate Black-owned excellence in the months ahead.
Black Owned Essentials for September 2023
The HBCU Love Leggings are the perfect addition to your late summer wardrobe. It is one of many stylish and comfortable designs from the company revolutionizing the collegiate apparel space by prioritizing women and offering stylish leggings, tees, hoodies, and blankets.
The MY Morning and Night Beard Kit from Evan Alexander is a comprehensive beard care system that includes four products to cleanse, moisturize, style, and protect your beard. It is made with natural ingredients and is vegan and cruelty-free.
The Philadelphia Printworks Free Food Program Hoodie is a stylish and comfortable hoodie that supports a good cause. A portion of all proceeds goes to the All Power to the People Project which funds the programs of The Huey P. Newton Foundation.
The Caylicious Bundle is a set of three Cay Skin sunscreen products that provide broad-spectrum SPF protection and are infused with skin-loving ingredients. It is a great way to get started with Cay Skin sunscreens or to give as a gift.
UNWRP is a sustainable gift wrap brand on a mission to “create a generation that embraces the joys of gifting as part of self-expression.” UNWRP gift wrap is a great option for people who are looking for eco-friendly and stylish gift wrap.
Pretty Honest Candles are free of synthetic fragrances, dyes, and phthalates. The Demeter Goddess Candle is a handcrafted soy candle that is unscented. It is named after Demeter, the Greek goddess of agriculture and fertility.