February is Black History Month–and while we believe in supporting Black-owned brands all year round, we wanted to shed light on a few of our favorites this month.
If you’re a fan of matcha, you’re likely familiar with Golde. If you’re not, you’re in for a treat. Founder Trinity Mouzon Wofford and her partner Issey founded Golde in 2017 as a way to make superfoods more accessible. Their powdered latte mixes are packed with nutrient-dense ingredients like turmeric and the aforementioned matcha (which they also offer in pure, ceremonial-grade form), and their electric whisk is the best one in the game. And if you’re not the latte type, try one of their superfood face masks–your skin will drink the superfoods in for you.
In February, summer might not be top of mind, but shopping at JADE Swim will certainly give you something to look forward to once the weather warms up. Founder Brittany Kozerski’s gorgeous collection of bikinis and one-pieces are ideal for all ages, and different body types. Whether you opt for a one-piece in a primary color or a bandeau bikini in basic black, you simply can’t go wrong.
Personal development, mindset, and manifesting coaches are pretty common these days, but there are few people out there doing things like Yasmine Cheyenne. A personal favorite of health & wellness icon Melissa Wood-Tepperberg, among others, Yasmine is known for delivering powerful, life-changing insights in a calm and digestible manner. If you’re interested in one-on-one support, you can book a coaching session, and if you’re not quite ready, you can order her beautiful book here. We bet you’ll head back to the site and book a session as soon as you’re finished.
If you’re really ready to treat yourself or a loved one, Charlie Casely-Hayford is your go-to guy. One of London’s most sought-after tailors, the menswear designer has been in the business for his whole life (his father, Joe Casely-Hayford OBE, was a renowned designer), and he founded his own company at the ripe age of 22. You’ll have to fly to London to get fitted, but those in the know tell us it’s worth the trip.
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