Blog: Crossroads Style

May 3, 2022 Black-Owned Sustainable Fashion Brands

If you caught our Instagram feed during Earth Month, you noticed we highlighted several Black-owned sustainable fashion brands. Missed them? Not to worry. Here’s a recap of the 5 brands we shared.

1. Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese

Tracy Reese’s sustainable collection, @hopeforflowersbytracyreese, is responsibly designed and produced while keeping the beautiful silhouettes that @tracy_reese is known for. Visit the online shop to see all the pretty pieces here.

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2. ASHYA

@ashya.co is a Black-owned and sustainable fashion line that produces beautiful travel accessories for men and women. The brand minimizes waste through small batch production and sustainably-sourced materials. Follow their feed to see their latest pieces. Then, shop their site here.

photo of Ashya bag

3. Chelsea Bravo

@chelseabravostudio designs gender-neutral clothing that’s made to order in Brooklyn. The label focuses on natural, reclaimed, and organic materials. This includes plant-derived ones! See all the stylish pieces on the brand’s website here.

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4. Taylor Jay

Oakland-based @shoptaylorjay designs popular eco-friendly and elevated basics. The brand produces them with ethically sourced, recycled, and upcycled materials. Shop the entire line here.

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5. Season Three

@season__three is a lifestyle shoe line produced in Northern Italy. The brand uses materials sourced from environmentally-conscious tanneries. We think they’re creating the most stylish hiking boot out there! Shop the entire line here.

photo of person in hiking boots

We’ve included here just a few of the Black-owned sustainable fashion brands we’ve featured. You’ll find even more on our Instagram feed. You can also join us back here on our website next month when we’ll feature our May labels!

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