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Issue 17 Out Now

Black-Owned Fashion Brands in Detroit



Do you live in Detroit and are wanting to try out different shops? Here is a list of fashion brands! According to Visit Detroit, it states that “Visit Detroit’s Avenue of Fashion for a historical and fashionable tour through Detroit’s West Side. The University District has always been an illustrious neighborhood.”


Two18

Sneakers, Detroit-themed Air-Jordans 2


Harper Ray Accessories

Custom Jewelry, necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings, anklets, and body jewelry


Glam-aholic Lifestyle


Not Sorry Goods

vintage and upcycled apparel and accessories.


Fahrenheit 313

Sneaker exchange


TONiCo Brand

Softer feminine pieces


AYV x Fresher

Detroit Streetwear


Haus of $y

Signature round logo bag, tote bags, wallets, dresses


David Vintage

Locally sourced streetwear: Crewnecks, hoodies, jeans, shirts for both men and women


Moneyball Sportswear

A mixture of both streetwear and athletic wear


The Hoop Mob

Accessories and apparel


K. Walker Collective

High-quality essentials: Jackets and outwear


Dandy Detroit

Custom-tailored clothing for men


DCreated Boutique

Handcrafted organic baby clothing in bohemian, timeless, and vintage styles


Definitely Different Boutique

Tie-dye dresses and colorful statement necklaces, and more


Detroit is the new black

T-Shirts, hoodies, jackets, DITNB Hats, and totes for everyone


Detroit vs. Everybody

clothes and accessories for men, women, and kids. Featuring shirts and joggers of different cities and places around the world as an example of unity



The Dirt Lable

Bear clothing, all shirts have bears on them


Flo Boutique

Tops, bottoms, outwear, and accessories


Fly Behavior

Women’s items that are unique, edgy, and fashionable: Puffer vest, ruffle tops


Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese

Feminine dresses and separates in lots of unique prints made from ethical and sustainable materials


Savvy Chic

The parisian-style boutique sells fashion to home foods


Offin River’s Accessories, Etcetera

Sells clothing from sizes eight-3x, accessories


Zarkpa

Tops, skirts, pants, head wraps, and unisex dashikis using imported fabrics from Ghana, Nigeria, and Liberia


Negash Apparel and Footwear

Clothing and accessories, and luxury sneakers.

  • Many of these shops and boutiques sell other items because they sell a wide range of things. There are a lot of other shops in Detroit, but if you need somewhere to start or somewhere new to try, try these ones. The website for each of them is listed, but if you need to know the address, you can look it up or go on their website, and it will most likely be there too.

  • Supporting black-owned businesses is important now; we need to help them in every way we can.



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