8 Caribbean-founded Instagram fashion accounts to follow

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In The Know is proud to celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month. During this month, our team will highlight a wide range of Caribbean and Caribbean American-owned brands. We encourage you to support today and beyond.

Instagram is so much more than just a photo-sharing social media platform. Whether you use it to connect with friends, stay in touch with family or something else entirely, you can’t deny that it’s also a great place to gain inspiration.

Fashion is undeniably one of the biggest communities on Instagram, so during Caribbean American Heritage Month, it’s high time to follow a few incredible Instagram accounts that feature Caribbean-owned fashion brands. Keep scrolling to get to know eight show-stopping fashion brands that deserve your “follow.”

AUVERE

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Founded by a husband and wife duo, AUVERE is a jewelry brand that creates stunning, handcrafted gold pieces from true 22k and pure 24k gold. The brand’s gorgeous, modern designs are available for both men and women and start at $190.

Bien Abyé

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Bien Abyé is a ready-to-wear Caribbean-owned brand that has both French and Creole influences, thanks to founder Dayanne Danier’s heritage. The brand primarily sells accessories that include headbands, face masks and tabletop goods.

Brandon Blackwood

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Brandon Blackwood has become a household name in the last year or so thanks to the brand’s beautiful handbags that feature classic shapes in modern textiles. The brand’s accessories start at $70, and its offerings include everything from wallets to belt bags to totes.

ISL GYAL

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ISL GYAL sells beautiful and affordable Afro-Caribbean-inspired jewelry. Mostly made with sterling silver and gold-fill, all of the Caribbean-owned business’ pieces are unique and under $70. The brand offers earrings, necklaces, bracelets and personalized pieces.

Isleñas

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Isleñas is a Caribbean-owned footwear brand that specializes in comfortable statement shoes. The brand’s beautiful styles are “manufactured with ethical practices in Puerto Rico” and start at about $150. Isleñas utilizes materials like jute, lambskin and rubber in its designs.

Love, YC

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Founded by Jami “James Black” Spence, Love, YC is a Caribbean clothing brand offering swimwear, dresses, rompers and more. Plus, all designs “are handmade in the heart of Kingston, Jamaica by local seamstresses and tailors.” 

Olette

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Olette is a sustainable and ethically made fashion brand that uses organic materials to create its designs. The brand’s summer-ready pieces are “inspired by you and made for you” and are meant to make you feel like your very best self. 

Winifred Taylor

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Winifred Taylor is a Caribbean-owned swimwear brand whose designs feature “sensual cuts, reversible designs and collaborative textile designs.” Snag bikinis, one-piece suits and even hair accessories just in time to kick off your hot girl summer.

If you enjoyed this post, be sure to check out 50+ Caribbean-owned brands to support today and every day.

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