1. The Brooklyn Circus, founded by Ouigi Theodore, is a brand inspired by iconic American fashion.

Photo: instagram.com/thebkcircus/

2. Daily Paper is an Amsterdam-based clothing label founded by three friends, Hussein Suleiman, Jefferson Osei and Abderrahmane Trabsini. Daily Paper combines inspiration from African prints and contemporary fashion.

Photo: dailypaperclothing.com

3. Belgian pop star Stromae recently dropped Mosaert, an unisex clothing line inspired by prep and African prints.

Photo: store.mosaert.com

4. Most known for their Real Friends hat, KnarlyDB and Jazerai Allen-Lord created God Bless the Fresh.

Photo: http://shopgbtf.com

5. Joe Fresh Goods and Vic Loyd created well-known and loved line, DBM.

Photo: http://www.dont-be-mad.com/

6. Rahyma is a Toronto-based, African-print-inspired clothing line founded by Rahyma A.

Photo: instagram.com/rahymasleek

7. Philadelphia Print Works, widely recognized for their 'School of Thought' line, has a beautiful array of conscious tees, hoodies and crewnecks. 

Photo: philadelphiaprintworks.com

8. Nakimuli, founded by Tennille McMillan, is a clothing line that aims to empower women of all shapes and sizes by offering clothing that is affordable, accessible and fashion-forward. 

Photo: www.nakimuli.com/

9. Monif Clarke created the line Monif C, a plus size clothing line that is inspired by her Barbadian roots. 

Photo: http://monifc.com/

10. Rue107, founded by Haitian-born, Marie-Jean Baptiste, aims to give women the opportunity to express themselves authentically. 

Photo: rue107.com

11. Desiree D’Aguiar combines her love of fashion, art and beachwear by designing the beautiful swimwear line Winifred Taylor.  

Photo: lovewinifredtaylor.com/

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