To celebrate Black History Month, Nordstrom is spotlighting black fashion and designers.
On February 2nd, Nordstrom officially went black/[email protected] At the brand’s New York City flagship store at 225 W 57th Street and online.
black/[email protected] aims to celebrate all things black fashion and design by giving Nordstrom customers access to new brands, weaving together diversity and discovery. This limited-time pop-up includes men’s and women’s fashion, accessories, home, beauty, kids and more.
Brands included in Black/[email protected] Pop-ups include Actally Curious, Adeshola Machined, Ahluwalia, Ascension, Aya Paper Co, Beneath Your Mask, Beyond Interior, Billionaire Boys Club, Brother Vellies, Candid Art, Ceylon, Claude Home, Connor McKnight, Daily Paper, Estelle Colored Glass, Expedition Subsahara, Gilded Body, Golde, Harbison, Harlem Candle Co, Heron Preston, Head of State, Homa Studios, Honor the Gift, Icecream, Khiry, King + Lola, KNC Beauty, Laquan Smith, Lu By Lu, Manual, Martine Ali , One DNA, Oui the People, People of Color, Petit Kouraj, Pretty Please Teethers, Rayo & Honey, Ree Project, Reisfields NYC, Royal Jelly Harlem, Sami Miro, Spencer Badu, Sun & Lace, Terrace, The Oula Company, TSAU , Unwrap, Utility Objects, Welsh Bonner, Wear Brim.
black/[email protected] Another pillar of Nordstrom’s goal of cultivating diverse emerging brands. As brands continue to foster diverse voices and brand communities, Nordstrom supports his 15% pledge that by 2030, he will buy 10 times as much from Black-owned and founded businesses. says that
To celebrate the launch of the pop-up, Nordstrom will host a community and customer event on February 3 at its flagship store in New York City. From 5pm to 7pm, Nordstrom shoppers can enjoy music and drinks while shopping through the collection.
The pop-up will be available in stores until March 8th and online until April 2nd. For more information, please visit nordstrom.com.