Where to Send/Spend your money right now.

We’ve shut down our website for the week of 6/8/20 and ask that you divert your money towards the Black Lives Matter movement and to black-owned businesses.
Something we’ve recognized for a long time now is that if it weren’t for the incredible and powerful support of black stylists & editors like Jason Bolden, James Carroll, Solange Franklin, and Nicole Chapoteau, along with black artists & celebrities such as Solange, Michelle Obama, Yara Shahidi, and Beyonce- you probably wouldn’t even know who we are. 

Here are some links to where you can spend send your money:

Act Blue - will split up your donation amongst multiple organizations fighting against racism and police brutality


  • Black Lives Matter Global Network
  • National Bail Out
  • Know Your Rights Camp
  • Black Voters Matter Fund
  • BYP100
  • NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund
  • The National Police Accountability Project
  • Color of Change Education Fund
  • Unicorn Riot
  • Campaign Zero
  • Advancement Project

The Minnesota Freedom Fund, which provides funds to pay bail for those protesting in Minnesota.

Black Lives Matter. 

Say Her Name, a campaign that calls attention to police violence against Black women, girls, and femmes.

The Okra Project - The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them.



CUSHNIE : a luxury women’s ready-to-wear and bridal brand designed by Carly Cushnie.

T.A NEW YORK: Telsha Anderson has designed a concept store that caters to the women-identifying community in New York City. Her focus for T.A. is to provide product that presents a renewed outlook towards luxury living. 

BROTHER VELLIES: Brother Vellies was founded in 2013 with the goal of keeping traditional African design practices, and techniques alive while also creating and sustaining artisanal jobs. Now handmade artisanally across the globe, Brother Vellies creates luxury accessories that celebrate cultural histories and timeless design. 


MCMULLEN: Founded 2007 by Sherri McMullen in Oakland, McMullen is an all inclusive concept shop for luxury womenswear featuring emerging and established designers from around the world.