Culture Shift recognises and appreciates how Black Culture has impacted our lives. We don’t just want to be purveyors but true supporters of the arts and culture of Black origin. So join us in supporting all Black-owned platforms and communities.
A dynamic London based modelling agency that proudly represents models from all backgrounds and champions diversity, authentically. Its mission is to break the stereotypes and challenge the criteria by which beauty is measured.
Thy.self is a disruptive wellness brand, challenging the norms of what wellness looks like, believing that the wellness industry had fallen behind embracing change and welcoming diversity, community and inclusivity.
Francis creates bespoke and made-to-order handcrafted leather goods in his East London studio using vegetable tanned leather in an array of finishes, each creation is designed, developed and crafted in-house.
A small family business, Mako, BERRY and Brie began by blending passions of food and art together to create an authentic business venture. They serve creative, exquisite and bespoke catering solutions with oodles of passion and love.
Dr Ewoma Ukeleghe is dominating the millennial beauty and cosmetics market with a holistic, pioneering approach combining her extensive medical and cosmetic knowledge with a refreshingly contemporary and natural take on beautification.
Nyanga spent three years researching cocoa on her family's farm in West Africa, after which she opened Dark Sugars Chocolate Shop on Brick Lane where they make handmade chocolate truffles, pearls and vegan treats.
Founded in 2016, Maya Njie Perfumes is a niche independent perfume brand based in London. Inspired by Sweden, West Africa and a few places in between, she focusses on high-quality artisanal blends.
Wendy Asumadu (Content Creator and Makeup artist) found herself frustrated by the lack of visibility for black editorial artists. Since June 2020, EditorialBlk has been able to work with over 200 black editorial artists from all over the world.