Latinx-Owned Fashion Brands You Should Shop
The Bronx Native
Brother and sister Amaurys and Roselyn Grullon teamed up to empower their Bronx community with a line of apparel that celebrates the boro’s culture and beauty.
Kids of Immigrants
Founded by Daniel Buezo and Weleh Dennis, Kids of Immigrants is a brand that defends and supports generations of immigrants who call America home. Daniel and Weleh see their label as a movement helping to raise understanding of the immense impact immigrants have on this country.
Jen Zeano Designs
Based in Texas, Jen Zeano advocates for love and empowerment through her vast line of apparel, accessories, stationery items and more.
Daughter of an Immigrant
The brand name speaks for itself as first generation Latinas decided it’s time to let the world know the strength immigrants have to overcome adversity.
Viva La Bonita
Viva La Bonita is dedicated to the unapologetic, fierce Latinx who are not afraid to dream big. Praised for their approach to fashion, they’ve racked up a huge following on social platforms by rewarding their customers with regrams, follow backs, and frequently requested product launches.
You might’ve seen the Friends logo recreated to say, “Latina.” Yup, that’s KGNY’s shirt, and their New York swag can be worn anywhere, anytime.
Martha of Miami
Founder Martha Valdes is a Cubana based in Miami who embraces her Latin roots through her unisex brand. If you love croquettes, you might want to take a look here.
Celebrating diversity within the Latinx community is Mujerista’s mission. Their efforts to do so go beyond creating fashionable clothing to include generating online content that sparks conversations around the Latinx community.
Hija de tu Madre
Inspired by her cultural crossroads of being a Latina in America, Patty Delgado embraces the vibrant and bold features of our Latinx culture through her line of jackets and accessories.
Brendalin & Cora
Brendalin & Cora puts the chic in Chica! These two eponymous Latina founders are redefining chic and modern clothes for the everyday fashionista looking for simple pieces to dress up.
Feeling a bit edgy? Bella Doña is inspired by vintage prints that bring us back to the 1990s and early 2000s. If spray-painted cropped tees are the new trend, we are so in.