Amomati Medicinals

This organic and vegan apothecary takes cues from ancestral medicine.

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Naomi Romero

We are in Japan once again!

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Illustrator Naomi Romero uses her platform to speak about living with anxiety. She has created several items meant to help those who struggle with anxiety find ways to cope. “Anxiety Fox is ready to cuddle with you during bad times and good times and remind you that you are not alone,” the site reads.

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Zahira Kelly

Zahira Kelly – an illustrator and sociocritic who fights for the visibility of Afro-Latinas – sells a wide variety of items on her shop, including necklaces, prints, and home decor.

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Sweet Llamita

Whether you’re looking to let someone know you’re thinking of them or for a cute greeting card to accompany your gift, Sweet Llamita’s brightly colored creations have you covered.

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Mexican-born designer Ilse Valfré is the former schoolteacher who has built a successful art, clothing, and accessories brand. It’s impossible to peruse Valfré’s site without mentally adding items to your wish list.

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Luni Jewelry

Luni Jewelry describes itself as a “contemporary jewelry line for modern goddesses.”

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Triangulo Swag


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Everyone from Wisin to 3Ball MTY to a Who’s Who of dembowseros from DR have been spotted shopping in Triangulo Swag’s uptown NYC shop. The apparel line founded by Alfredo Perez – aka BB Inc – features a pretty extensive hat collection.

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Coyote Negro


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Designed by Melissa Hernández, this jewelry line features geometric shapes. Many of these pieces are made by recycling sterling silver baubles.

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Created in 1993, Valija is a trendy Puerto Rican shop. Selling everything from purses to jewelry to dresses, it’ll add some fun to all parts of your wardrobe.

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The Peralta Project

Helmed by uptown artist and graphic designer Tony Peralta, lifestyle brand the Peralta Project is perhaps best known for the viral “Walter Mercado is My Spiritual Advisor” sweatshirt. But his store is always stocked with fresh tees, pins, pop-art prints, hats, and more – a style that represents an alloy of Dominican York, hip-hop, and Latino touchstones many of us grew up with.

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