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Black Owned Companies With Designer African Print Wear

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Nkeoma By Ivy & Livy offers African print designs for every aspect of life. This brand allows women to wear breathtaking African print dresses but also gives men African print sleepwear options. Nkeoma is full lifestyle brand, with African print book bags, face masks and even skin and hair care. Click here to shop.

suakoko betty is a lifestyle brand inspired by African design. This dynamic brand offers menswear, dresses, handbags, jackets, jumpsuits and much more. Owner and creative director Charlene Dunbar was born in Liberia and moved to Atlanta when she was 11. suakoko betty’s authentic African wax print dress collection was sold in select Belk stores, has been featured in ESSENCE and Garden and Gun and is available at boutiques in the Southeast US and online. Click here to shop.

Izu&Vash is a ready to wear clothing brand where rooted traditions cultivate handmade standout pieces for your modern wardrobe. Ethically-operated out of Abuja, Nigeria, the brand chooses to design with different prints and textures to not only redefine the West African narrative, but to keep it connected to its roots as the company evolves. Izu&Vash designs for the multifaceted individual who takes pride in their looks, the same pride they use in making each design. Click here to shop.

Elisamama operates with a purpose to offer a fresh take on African Prints while pursuing their mission of providing jobs to Nigerian Artisans. Featuring beautiful, bold, vibrant clothes, the company also has a heart and desired legacy to be change agents for good. Click here to shop.

No Tribe Clothing offers the full spectrum of design. The company features dresses, blazers, joggers and even face masks. The company offers unique designs that are functional and extremely fashionable, offering something for everyone. Click here to shop.

Mae Otti is a woman’s wear brand that specializes in making unique statements with bold colored pieces. Their unique designs keep their customers at heart and in the best of fashion. The company features a full line of options, including dresses, chic casual wear and accessories. Click here to shop.

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