Latinx and Hispanic Businesses to Support

Hola! It’s Latinx heritage month; for some reason, it’s from September 15 to October 15. Weird dates aside, I celebrate my Puerto Rican culture all year round, just with a little more emphasis this month. No matter your culture, it’s always essential to learn about our culture and history. Even if you are not part of the Latinx community or just love In the Heights, I have put together a list of Latinx-owned businesses to support. Next time you shop for something, maybe think of these brands first!


Conception Miranda

Woven Features

Wasi Clothing

Selva Negra

La Gotta Swimwear

Beat a Bee Active Wear


Farm Rio

Atabey Designs


Xio By Ylette


Sunday Energy


Katherine Cordero


Beauty Blender

Botanika Beauty

Glam Lite

Vive Cosmetics

Besame Cosmetics

Bomba Curls

Artist Couture

Lunar Magic Beauty


Vela Negra

Luna Sundara

Casa Brixe

EJe 64

Vivid Vidal

Peach Box Co


Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta on Galliano, His New Customer (She Doesn't "Lunch"), and  Looking Forward

Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera's Last Bow - The New York Times

Narcisco Rodriguez

The Quiet(er) Success of Narciso Rodriguez

Isabel Toledo

Designer Isabel Toledo Has Died | Vogue

Maria Cornejo

Maria Cornejo - Photos and Interview

Manolo Blahnik

Manolo Blahnik And Falke Pair Up On A Socks Line - Daily Front Row

Carlos Miele

Carlos Miele | Latinfluencers of Fashion

Gabriella Hearst

latin hispanic fashion designers

Johanna Ortiz

latin hispanic fashion designers

Carolina Klienman

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Margarita Alvarez

Adriana Fernandez

Ashley Nell Tipton


Mi Vida

GRL Collective

Hija Tu Madre

Raggedy Tiff



Viva La Bonita

Jen Zeano Designs

Stitch Lab

Obviously, I can’t include every single Latinx/Hispanic-owned brand or designer. Stich Lab is an online marketplace and pop-up shop that features designers and brands from Latin America. I actually shopped at the pop-up in Miami and found some great pieces! Check out their website that I linked below for more Latinx-owned brands and designers. Also, check out Espacio Vogue.

I hope you enjoyed this post and it inspired you for the next time you go shopping. Check out other lists of Latinx-owned brands below! Let me know what your favorite Latinx brands are! Happy Hispanic Heritage Month!–miami-2021/

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