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Africa Boutik

Home & Garden, Decor, Furniture, Other, Fashion, Clothing, Women’s, Accessories, other
Ships Internationally, Women Owned is a black-owned business operating online under the helm of Ghanaian-German designer and fashion blogger MsK NY. Five years ago, MsK started her fashion blog African Prints in Fashion (APiF). She has since expanded it to a lifestyle brand with over 350,000 followers worldwide. MsK studied English, German, and Politics. She then did some Journalism training after College. She currently works as Marketing Director for an IT company. She says her love for writing and the experience she’s gained in marketing have helped to grow the blog. Her passion and experience have also helped to build APiF and to make it the iconic black-owned clothing brand that it is today. MsK says, “Fashion can be very repetitive. So African designers and the African Fashion industry are injecting new creativity and perspectives.”

Creative Art Canvas

Home & Garden, Decor, Arts & Crafts
Women Owned
Discover the unique items that CreativeArtCanvas creates.


Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Home & Garden, Decor, Other, Fashion, Clothing, Tees, Women’s, Accessories, Handbags, other, Office, Paper & Stationery, Notebooks, Miscellaneous
Women Owned, Made in America
HEY SIS | Lifestyle meet apparel brand that promotes wellness through the mind, body, & spirit. Made in Los Angeles, CA. Created by a Black Girl.

Kicky Mats

Home & Garden, Decor, Other, Fashion, Clothing, Basics, Accessories, other
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Let Your Doormat Do The Talking! Our goal is to provide high-quality custom products and attentive customer service to valued customers like you!


Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Home & Garden, Decor, Fashion, Clothing, Women’s, Accessories, Scarves, Lifestyle, Wedding
Free Shipping, Luxury, Ships Internationally, Women Owned, Family Owned, Handmade
AFROTHREADS™ is more than an online fabric store—we aim to preserve and promote authentic African art and culture. Did you know that the majority of “African prints” on the market are not actually designed or made by Africans? To combat this, we have partnered with artisans and companies from different parts of the continent in order to share the history, technique, and meaning behind a variety of handmade and printed African fabrics. We encourage creativity and cultural appreciation: with knowledge and respect, anyone can proudly own, wear, and create with African prints and textiles. As Afro-diasporans, we are always looking for more ways to incorporate African art into both our wardrobes and our homes. Shop our growing collection of accessories and decor, which highlights the beauty and versatility of different African fabrics. We also strive for zero waste of these precious materials. We recycle leftover fabric whenever possible, and we are happy to collaborate with and/or donate to other creatives. Please contact us if interested!


Home & Garden, Decor, Fashion, Accessories, Scarves
Women Owned
AK-Wilde is the name for one of the British black-owned companies on our list: a new collection of designs and products by Textile Designer and Teacher, Karen HB. She uses the brand name Ak-wilde Nature. Karen named AK-Wilde after her two daughters. The AK represents Aylia and Karissa, and the Wilde is for Karen's love of nature. Karen is a graduate of the London College of Fashion (University of the Arts). She is also a recent graduate from the Art and Business of Surface Pattern Design. She creates unique surface pattern designs in a variety of themes, which customers can buy or license. Some are also available to buy as scarves and home furnishing items from her shop. The beauty of nature and the diversity of plant life influence the print designs created by this black-owned business. Another inspiration is the vibrant patterns and colors of global cultures.


Health & Beauty, Bath & Body, Skincare, Other, Hair & Headwear, Haircare, Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Styling, Hair growth/repair, Home & Garden, Decor, Other
Charitable, Handmade
A young man from Togo, West Africa, planted the seed of Alaffia in 1996. Together with a young woman from Washington State, he formed this social enterprise, which has now flourished into a thriving business. Their inspiration was a shared calling to do right by the world. Founded in 2003, Alaffia continues to redefine the natural black-owned hair products industry. The company's core values are Beauty, Equality, Empowerment, fair trade, and safe, efficient hair, face, and body care. All the pieces in the Queen Alaffia collection are one of a kind works of art. Pieces are handmade at the Alaffia Artisan Center in Sokodé, Togo, West Africa. This black-owned business rehabilitates women who fell prey to the sex trade. Queen Alaffia offers a stable income and respectable environment. They aim to end the need for these women to sell their bodies to provide for themselves and their families. Alaffia features a wide selection of bath, body, hair, and skin products and remains committed to its mission of social impact.


Home & Garden, Decor, Fashion, Clothing, Women’s, Accessories, Handbags
Free Shipping, Women Owned
Welcome to NeoBantu – welcome to the print and color explosion NeoBantu – a celebration of self-expression in the most vibrant way. “Our clothes should allow us to express our individuality”

Pardon My Fro

Decor, Fashion, Clothing, Men’s, Women’s, Childrens, Accessories, Handbags, other, Office, Paper & Stationery, Arts & Crafts
Women Owned, Free Shipping, Handmade, Family Owned, Cruelty-free
Pardon My Fro home decor product and accessories make the perfect, style-forward additions to your home, apartment or dorm. Browse our array of designs to collect decor ideas and inspiration. #PMFSQUAD

Pottery by Osa

Home & Garden, Decor, Other
Women Owned, Handmade
Wheel-thrown terracotta pottery made by Osa Atoe.