Fashion

Created by Carmen Jones in 2019, the Black Girls Social Club has become one of the fastest-growing international organizations for Black women.

Her collection includes clutch bags, beaded jewelry and clothing. She says her creations were " born out of the joy of being able to re-purpose and create something beautiful out of everyday African print fabrics."

Over the years, hip-hop stars have popularized the durag, turning the protective hair method into a full own fashion statement. Now, you're probably wondering, who invented the durag and where did it originate from anyway?

Polo Ralph Lauren has created some conversation amongst the HBCU Community in their latest release involving Spelman College and Morehouse College. James Jeter is the man who is largely responsible for the new collection.

Tahir Murray is doing his part to infuse HBCU culture through fashion. Inspired by a commencement address from President Barack Obama, Murray chose to attend Howard University and created his apparel company “Legacy History Pride” that celebrates the unique culture at HBCUs while he was a student at Howard.

From partnering with Nike on Louis Vuitton's Air Force 1 sneaker to creating the Louis Vuitton airplane bag, Virgil Abloh opened up the doors for so many young Black designers and there are a number of fashion giants, both established and emerging, that continue to innovate and shake up the industry for future generations.

Zaire Wade’s sustainable clothing brand released its first NFT collection last month. The Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) partnered with Electric Token and Wade’s social conscious brand YNG-DNA to launch an assortment of NFTs related to the brand’s merchandise.

Shaun King says his clothing company, A Real One, is "not a fashion company that dabbles in confronting inequity," but, "a freedom fighting company that does fashion. But with $150 plain hoodie prices, many wonder if this is just another scam.

Apparently, some Black guy named Daniel is out here selling "Daniel's Rope Ties," which look like nooses and are described on the product's Facebook page as "African rope wear" for "all genders."

Here are eight African American women who are pushing for equality in today's society.

Adut Akech held nothing back on Australia's WHO magazine.

Some folks may have been surprised to see Dapper Dan’s Gucci designs featured so prominently by celebrities on the red carpet at the annual Met Gala.