Hija de tu Madre

Hija de tu Madre is a clothing line that celebrates the “beautiful mess that is Xicanisma” and the ni de aqui, ni de alla feeling of growing up biculturally. According to their website, the shop “caters to Xicanx who bravely question everything, while reconciling our complicated history, culture, and identity. The shop and blog are for muxeres who unapologetically celebrate their colorful culture as we try to make sense of two seemingly opposing identities.”

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Born x Raised

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LA is home to one of streetwear’s most important, socially conscious clothing brands. Championing Southern California Chicanx culture, indigenous heritage. and punk aesthetics, Born x Raised is known to push the boundaries of the industry.

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Exposition Goods

Austin artist James Barela makes beautiful modern ceramics with a hint of color. Choose from an array of minimalist porcelain planters, vases, pots, or drinkware, perfect for sipping some warm holiday drinks. Dreamsicle cups, $32.

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Pop Aesthete

Pop Aesthete is the moniker of Cristobal Saez, Chilean-American designer and illustrator. His inspirations range from telenovelas to drag queens to internet culture and his designs are created with Warholian aesthetics in mind.

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Golden Ponies

Since 2009, Guadalajara-based Etsy shop Golden Ponies has sold charming handmade shoes, clothing, bags, and accessories, using only vegan materials.

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Nalgona Positive Shop

The Nalgona Positive Shop aims to decolonize the body. “NPP’s goal is to provide comprehensive intersectional body positive information that covers topics such as historical trauma, fat-positivity, eating disorders awareness & indigeneity,” the store’s Etsy shop description reads. “Through education, social media, community outreach, an Etsy Store, and an eating disorders support group NPP is able to spread it’s message and serve as a resource for the community.”

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Dream Heaux Apparel describes itself as a combination of “hoe” and “Mexican culture.”

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If you love this MicMas ReMiX Hair & Skin Cream will entice your senses while nourishing your skin and hair. Ingredients: Raw Mango Butter, Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil & Sweet Almond Oil For skin, it is an excellent body oil moisturizer for dry and rough skin due to it's natural softening properties that is full of nourishing antioxidants. For hair, it improves manageability by moisturizing to soften texture eliminating dryness, reducing breakage and helping to prevent split ends. ________________________________________________________ MicMas ReMiX is Handcrafted Organic|Natural Hair Care and Empowering T-shirts AVAILABLE at www.micmasremix.com @etsy @shoplatinx with Free Shipping (link in bio) ________________________________________________________ MicMas ReMiX is a small Afro-Latina owned business providing handcrafted organic|natural hair care products for kinky curly, coarse, coily and dreadlock hair while enforcing the message that hair texture does not determine whether it's good or bad. In addition, empowering t-shirts are sold to celebrate natural hair, Afro-Latina pride and Boricua resiliency. Part of our mission is to also help bring awareness and contribute to hurricane relief in Puerto Rico with donations from sales proceeds. ________________________________________________________ #PuertoRico #AfroLatina #AfroLatinaMagic #Negra #Morena #DiosasAlNatural #Blatina #Naturalista #AfroBoricua #Afro #TeamNatural #KinkyCurlyHair #CoarseHair #CoilyHair #KinkyCurly #NaturalHairCommunity #Dreadlocks #Rizos #NaturalHairCare #PeloRizado #PeloNatural #NaturalHair #CoconutOil #PeloAfro #YoAmoMiPajon #ShopSmall #AfroCaribeña #AfroCaribe #SmallBusinessOwner #WomanOwned

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The MicMas Remix tagline says it all: “Hair texture does not determine whether it’s good or bad.” The brand, started by Afro-Latina entrepreneur Adassa, features products made from all-natural ingredients.

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Sad Sirena Designs

For creative chokers in a range of materials – from fur to lace to iridescent plastic, look no further than Sad Sirena Designs.

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Los Tejedores

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Los Tejedores is a line of woven hats poised to dethrone the ubiquitous Panama hat as the flyest beach accessory to have on your head. Think: el campo meets Pharrell’s oversized Vivienne Westwood hat. The project is based in the Dominican Republic.

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