August might mark the end of summer, but there’s so much more to celebrate before the month ends. To be specific, there are so many Black businesses to celebrate in observance of Black Business Month. Black entrepreneurs are some of the hardest workers out there. The juggling of multiple responsibilities while simply existing in a world that devalues Blackness has got to be exhausting. It’s one of the reasons why we’re excited to highlight a few Black businesses that you should support this month and beyond.

Check out seven of our favorite Black Businesses below.

1. Space Home Fragrance

The only thing better than having your own space is having your own space that smells great. This home fragrance line, created by Daniel Scott and Ronn Richardson, is the perfect addition to one’s home.

2. The Dollhouse Kollection

Luxury is just one click away, thanks to The Dollhouse Kollection. Founded by Nikita Brown, this Black-owned business hosts an assortment of hair bundles, eyelash extensions and more.



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We’ve seen high-profile celebrities such as Beyoncé and Harlem’s Shoniqua Shandai sporting this brand, and you should, too. Created by Keama Tsheamo, this fabulous clothing line will surely help you bring your vision to life.

4. Q11 Photography


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Q11 Photography, best known for capturing the photos used for Kash Doll‘s pregnancy announcement, epitomizes visual storytelling. Whether it’s bringing larger-than-life concepts to life or capturing one’s memorable moments, they’ve got you covered.

5. Big Boys Are Cute


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Inclusivity is so important, and it’s why you should make plans to support Big Boys Are Cute. With its assortment of body-positive clothing that affirms plus-size men, this Black-owned business regularly trends for its fierce collections that encourage confidence and style.

6. Cross Colours LA


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Founded by Carl Jones and Thomas “TJ” Walker, Cross Colours LA boasts insanely dope clothing pieces. The clothing is mostly centered around HBCUs and Black culture as a whole, beautifully capturing Blackness in all of its facets.

7. House Party Creative


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As an agency specializing in event curation founded by Black creatives, it is no surprise that House Party Creative’s events are jam-packed with good times and vibes. Previous collaborations with Issa Rae, ShoeDazzle and CJ Wallace only reinforce that this collective of influential Black millennials is a force to be reckoned with.

Similar to Black people, there’s a lovely variety of Black businesses sure to suit your interests. So let’s make sure to support these fantastic Black-owned businesses this month and beyond.