Raising Black Voices in Fashion

Two weeks after the murder of George Floyd, we – as a nation, as people, as a business – have experienced the beginnings of radical change and intense self-examination. LCD is committed to becoming an anti-racist company, and as part of our duty to raise Black voices within our industry, we would like to share some of our favorite Black designers, vintage purveyors, and Black-owned shops. We will be adding some of these talented designers to LCD’s offering very soon, in a pledge to dedicate more shop space to Black designers. Thank you to Fifteen Percent Pledge for the motivation to reconsider how we stock our shop and use our platform. We invite our community to join us in the long-term support of these brilliant Black creatives.

Top: Ekua Ceramics, Martine Rose, KLUR; Middle: Telfar, Monrowe, Redoux; Bottom: Martine Ali, Christopher John Rogers, Wales Bonner

Top: Victor Glemaud, Offerings, Pyer Moss; Middle: PHLEMUNS, Sincerely Tommy, Brother Vellies; Bottom: McMullen, Petit Kouraj, Small Needs

Top: Bephie's Beauty Supply, Mateo, House of Aama; Middle: Come Back as a Flower, Réunion, Two Days Off; Bottom: EDAS, Ree Projects, ROOP

Top: ASHYA, Subrina Heyink Vintage, Sami Miro Vintage; Middle: Elia Vintage, SESSAH, Oma The Label; Bottom: Fe Noel, Proclaim, Stella Jean

Top: Maki Oh, CUSHNIE, Cold Laundry Store; Middle: Lem Lem, Lolly Lolly Ceramics, Wesley Harriott; Bottom: William Okpo, YOWIE, T.A.