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If you’re looking for ways to celebrate Black History Month, shopping Black-owned businesses is one of many. Spending your hard-earned dollars at these independent brands is not only an awesome way to support Black CEOs, it’s as easy as checking out on Amazon. The online mega-retailer boasts several incredible, fashion-centric companies founded by passionate Black entrepreneurs, ranging from high-end lines approved by the likes of Beyoncé and Rihanna, to casual graphic tees that anyone can rock.

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Below, we’re shining the spotlight on 9 popular Black-owned fashion brands that you can scoop up from Amazon today.

1. Cloth & Cord

Add Pan-African flare to your wardrobe with statement necklaces from Cloth & Cord.

Founded in

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Uniqueness In Fashion with Oro Los Angeles

As the Covid-19 Pandemic started, all of us were suppressed to move to work from home, spend more time on our smart devices and have more time to take care of ourselves. On the other side, brands and companies around the world have encountered an intense instant shift to how their consumers interact with them, transferring to online ways of being in touch with their audience. The fashion industry has immensely transformed in the past two years, due to various factors of which one is that people had more time to choose. True as it is, we all have had additional time for self-care, scrolling through social media, or online shopping. Despite an enormous influx of new designer brands entering the industry, most of them hardly manage to check all the boxes that any high-end brand needs for approval. While Gucci and Louis Vuitton are still predators on top of

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Kylie Jenner responds to claims of unsanitary protocol at Kylie Cosmetics

Kylie Jenner has responded to kylie-jenner-hairnet-gloves-lab-backlash-b2138465.html” data-ylk=”slk:accusations that she had not employed proper sanitation protocols” class=”link “accusations that she had not employed proper sanitation protocols at her manufacturing lab for Kylie Cosmetics.

On Wednesday (3 August), the 24-year-old founder visited the cosmetics factory for ner namesake beauty brand in Milan, Italy.

While there, Jenner shared a series of behind-the-scenes photographs to offer fans a glimpse at upcoming Kylie Cosmetics products.

“We are in Milan for 24 hours to visit all of the makeup factories to check on new Kylie Cosmetics stuff coming that I am very excited about, and I wanted to take you guys along with me,” Jenner said in a TikTok video posted to her account.

“Perfecting new @kyliecosmetics in Italy today,” she captioned the video.

In the clip, Jenner is wears a white lab coat as she observes some of her brand’s makeup products

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Lady’s Fake Chanel Bag in Trending New Video Causes Stir Online: “What if Na New Brand?”

  • A video is currently trending on social media as it captures a young lady‘s bag carrying an interesting version of brand Chanel’s name
  • The bag, which has the designer name badly spelt, is believed to be a fake and has left social media users cracking up
  • Only a while ago, internet users reacted after a man shared the package he received after ordering a pair of Alexander McQueen

Just like several other luxury brands, Chanel is well-loved by fashion lovers. The demand for items designed by the brand is so high that millions of fake versions have saturated the market.

While some people have an eye to detect what is real and which isn’t, some are either not blessed with such talents or simply don’t care.

Photos of fake Chanel bag and stock model.
The video has sparked reactions online.
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A video of a young lady spotted with

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