To celebrate Women’s History Month, we’re honoring the black women whose innovative designs are changing the fashion landscape as we know it. With creativity, style and grace, designers like Undra Celeste (pictured above), Kimberly Goldson and Charlene Dunbar (of Suakoko Betty) are diversifying the style industry while making a name for themselves in the process.
Known for her sophisticated and clean lines, Undra Celeste offers an array of dresses and separates beautifully crafted to compliment a woman’s frame. Kimberly Goldson draws inspiration from her hometown of Brooklyn for fashion-forward designs earmarked for the millennial woman. Charlene Dunbar of Suakoko Betty merges traditional African fabrics with contemporary silhouettes for a collection of irresistible apparel and accessories. Shop three outfits below centered around these designers’ hottest looks.
Look #1: Kimberly Goldson
Look #2: Suakoko Betty
Style a Suakoko Betty dress with Christian Louboutin pumps and a Nancy Gonzalez clutch. Round out your look with Vince Camuto bracelets, a Casetify phone case, Bobbi Brown eyeshadow and Elie Saab perfume.
Look #3: Undra Celeste
Pair an Undra Celeste skirt with Aldo pumps and a Jimmy Choo clutch. Bring your look together with Quay Australia sunglasses, an Alex and Ani bracelet, Iman Cosmetics lipstick and Ginger and Liz nail polish.
Support our black designers and elevate your look with style! Tag your photos #SoBeautiful for a chance to be featured on our Instagram!
Black Is The New Black: Three Women Designers You Should Know (And Support!) was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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