Posted on July 14 2020
As a Black-owned brand, we have received new fans and supporters due to the Black Lives Matter Movement – and, if you’re new here, welcome! We celebrate the beauty of West African prints in our designs, and each piece is handmade with love in Nigeria.
We design traditional products like our head wraps with our community in mind, tapping into our cultural heritage to address specific needs, and more. We know that there is value in creating spaces designated for Black women, and work to continue doing so everyday. We also create products to be enjoyed by all.
If you are an ally wondering how you can best support our brand, check out our Non-Problematic Summer Shopping Guide below:
- Earrings – Bright, hoops, dangles; whatever your style we have a pair of earrings to match. We may all be staying home now, but with the Graciela earrings you’ll feel like you’re on vacay. Nothing says beach day like these Cowrie shell hoops.
- Flare Sleeve Crop Top – Day or night, this top stands out. With a flattering fit, it cinches in the waist and brings a fun and dramatic flair to the arms. All of our tops feature unique patterns, and are 100% cotton making them breathable, and ideal for hot Summer nights.
- Tote Bags – The perfect take everywhere, look chic, carry-it-all kind of bag. Woven with traditional African patterns, our handmade tote bags and baskets are pieces of art for your arms, and grocery store runs.
- Bath Bombs – Who doesn’t love a bath bomb? Ultra-moisturizing, handmade and available in two different sets of six, Soul Balm bath bombs help you melt away all your stress and reach ultimate relaxation.
- Halter Top – With the same quality and unique patterns as our crop tops- get ready to turn heads in our halter top. Comfortable, and functional, the high neck cut is ultra-flattering.
To read more about us and our backstory, click HERE and stay tuned! We have new launches rolling out soon, and a portion of these profits will be donated to social justice organizations, protestor bailout funds and organizations working to rebuild black businesses.
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