Harlem Haberdashery

Harlem – Since the 1920s, Harlem is known as a major black American residential, cultural and business center. It is home to iconic figures, historic movements such as the Harlem Renaissance and landmarks like the Apollo Theater and the original spot of The Cotton Club. Haberdasher– is a person who sells small articles for sewing, such as buttons,…

Sivad Ade

With a desire for Sivad Ade to inspire higher consciousness, Jephri Sivad delivers a clothing line of clean lines and  fresh minimalist color palettes.  Sivad Ade‘s philosophy of wanting consumers to “realize their divinity” are demonstrated by naming items  “Pharaoh Neck Vest” and “Nigeria King Sweater”. According to Sivad, the label’s purpose is “to bring…

Love Cortnie

    Created in her grandmother’s kitchen Love Cortnie has grown from a meager 3 bags on Etsy to full-fledged line of designer clutches all made with authenticity in mind.  All handmade, Love Cortnie bags are made of leather and other trimmings.  Custom orders are welcomed.        

Boy Beads

Most often when you think about accessories, women’s jewelry comes to mind.   Boy Beads focuses on men’s accessories with a very understated and refined finish. This New York based company specializes in custom orders using high quality stones and sterling silver adornments.

Get Fresh Company

Streetwear brand, Get Fresh Company, offers clean line, crisp colors and simplistic designs that when paired together deliver an aesthetic of “fresh”.  Located in Toronto, Ontario, GFC offers footwear, head gear and is a hub for a few other brands.     Destination: 498 Queen St W, Toronoto, Ontario, M5V 2B3 Canada Hours of Op:…

Flame Keepers Hat Club

Flame Keepers Hat Club, is a brand with a mission of portraying elegance and grace, quoting Paulo Coehlo and emphasizing “friendliness” in an era of “me” and surface personas. From their product line to their social media presence, everything about FKHC proclaims impeccable style and endless gratitude.             Destination: 273…

Peralta Project

Started in 2005, the Peralta Project was created by M. Tony Peralta.  This 10 year-old brand is an extension of the artist and graphic designer’s work, which demonstrates a strong Dominican identity with a hip-hop edge.