Gift Ideas to Support Black Owned Businesses

If you are looking for a unique gift to give a loved one, you will be sure to find something from this list of gift ideas from Black-owned businesses.

Why support Black owned businesses? We should support Black-owned businesses not only as a means of putting an end to racial injustice, but environmental injustices as well. According to the NAACP, environmental injustice has a greater impact on low income communities and communities of color. When we support Black-owned businesses, we are supporting black communities.

Black-owned Business Gift Ideas For Women

A handbag, wallet, apparel, body essentials, jewelry are all great gifts for your girl friend, mother, aunt, niece, or daughter. This list will provide a few different Black-owned businesses to get you started in your search. This blog will include a mix of luxury Black-owned brands, as well as small Etsy shops that are black owned.


About: Ivy Park is an athleisure clothing line owned, managed and operated by American singer Beyoncé through her management company Parkwood Entertainment, introduced in 2016.


About: Originally born and bred in Ghana, I migrated to America with my family about a decade ago, but my heart has always been with my motherland, Africa. The food, sights and sounds, and getting more popular in today’s world, African fashion. The kente, dashiki, mudcloth, ankara and much more come together to make some of the most gorgeous fashion products on the planet, in my opinion. My prime passion for opening this store is to be one of the several individuals promoting and marketing African products. The more the merrier. Buying a product is not only supporting one of our partnering makers in Africa, but also discovering or fueling that different beauty African fashion comes with.


About: Brandon Blackwood is a fashion designer and businessman. He is the CEO and founder of Brandon Blackwood New York, a fashion company that specializes in handbags and accessories.




About: Van Putten, the founder and fashion designer behind CISE, initially started the company in 2010 with the goal of creating apparel that gives a voice to those in society who are typically ignored.We are CISE. A black-owned Los Angeles based clothing line with a simple idea: Stronger Threads For A Stronger Community. Our mission will always be to support the Black community. We have already begun funneling proceeds into organizations beginning with the Anti-Racism Fund. As the company grows, our goal is to become a springboard for Black creatives and the Black dollar.


Savage X Fenty

About: Savage X Fenty is a lingerie brand founded by Barbadian singer Rihanna that emphasizes confidence and inclusivity, and is designed for all genders, sizes, and backgrounds. Along with lingerie, the line features bras, underwear, sleepwear, and loungewear.

Black-owned Business Gift Ideas For Men

Clothing, Sneakers, body essentials, jewelry are all great gifts for a significant man in your life. This list of gift ideas will provide different Black-owned businesses to get you started in your search.

Human Race

About: First launched in 2014, the adidas Originals Pharrell Williams collaboration is an extension of Pharrell’s vision to connect people with love, passion and energy as a celebration of humanity. Pharrell Williams has always been known for his eclectic and trendsetting style. The Grammy-winning producer and singer launched the streetwear brands Billionaire Boys Club and Icecream in 2005, and has collaborated with brands like Adidas, Uniqlo, Louis Vuitton, and more over the years.


About: Hard-working Gabonese-Trinidadian registered nurse showing you’re more than capable of accomplishing whatever you set your mind to. We celebrate the awakening and strength of black consciousness through apparel and merchandise. Inspiration from the diaspora funnels through to you from our brand, forever strive to be your greatest self.

Off White

About: Ghanaian-American creative director Virgil Abloh broke boundaries in the tradition-soaked fashion industry, bringing streetwear to the highest levels of the luxury market, as well as becoming one of the few Black designers to take the creative helm at a major luxury house. Virgil Abloh, designer of Off-White and Louis Vuitton, leaves behind a fashion legacy.


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Fear of God

About: Jerry Lorenzo is an American fashion and sneaker designer. He is the founder of the American luxury streetwear label Fear of God. He is also the son of former MLB player, coach, and manager Jerry Manuel.


About: Everyone should have that one thing in their lives that brings them pure joy, more than a hobby, a lifelong love and mine is making beautiful things and that is how True Solace was born.


About: Kanye West’s sneaker brand in collaboration with Adidas, and now Gap.

To help you find Black-owned businesses quickly check out The Nile List or Official Black Wall Street. These websites offer robust directories of Black-owned small businesses across industries and geographies

In addition, your specific local area may have a platform where you can find Black-owned businesses, for example if you live in the D.C. area, another great resource is Districtly Local, which keeps a directory of retail-specific businesses in D.C. with an emphasis on woman-, Black-, POC- and LGBTQ-owned brands.

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