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4 Latinx Brands To Shop This Latinx Heritage Month

4 Latinx Brands To Shop This Latinx Heritage Month

Latinx Heritage Month runs every year from September 15th through October 15th. For us at Radical Girl Gang, this month is all about celebrating, amplifying and investing in Latina entrepreneurs (even though we already do that everyday). If you’re looking for a way to show up, vote with your dollars and invest in these emerging Latina-owned brands.

GRL Collective

Founded by activist Kristine Rodriguez, GRL Collective is an LA-based lifestyle brand for girls who give a f*ck — seriously. Giving back is integral to their mission, which is why 20% of profits go towards funding underserved girls' education in Jodhpur, India. Plus, $5 from every Your Struggle is My Struggle Tee is donated to the Black Lives Matter organization. Sign us UP!

Jen Zeano Designs

Jen Zeano Designs is a Brownsville-based lifestyle brand that epitomizes sisterhood. The business is run by Mexicana powerhouse Jen and her badass wife Vero — which is pretty much the *cutest* thing we've ever heard. Jen Zeano Designs is all about celebrating Latina Power, kindness, equality and self-love. OH, and she makes a rainbow bucket hat you need rn.

Las Ofrendas

Founded by absolute goddess TK Tunchez, Las Ofrendas is a Latina-owned brand that creates spirit-infused, handcrafted, wearable art. Also, these products are magical af. Think statement earrings, flower crowns, and ethical palo santo! TK also founded Frida Friday, an Austin-based market & cultural space *specifically* for women of color makers and their communities. TOLD you she's a goddess. Go buy her shit!

grl & co.

Founder Marissa Baca self-identifies as a super empath and started the brand as a way to make people feel loved, seen, and celebrated through her products. She channels all of her ~feelings~ into thoughtful designs like art prints, stickers, banners, greeting cards and more. Every month, grl & co. donates 10% of sales to an organization they believe in. Even Bella Hadid loves her products as much as we do!

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