Morena Mía is a Latinx Lifestyle Brand and Online Fashion Marketplace, curated by BIPOC designer. whom value prioritizing equity, building confidence, and elevating BIPOC communities through celebration of self-expression, bold af apparel, and unapologetic inclusivity campaigns. Drawing inspiration from the hoods and ranchos that inspired the brand, Morena Mia is making the barrio her runway.
URBAN VQRA is a high-end street and western wear fusion clothing label. Known for it's eclectic Tejana collections, URBAN VQRA celebrates Latinx Sub-cultures born from cross- cultural traditions and lifestyles. Inspired by nostalgic 90s LA Quebradita Chicano fashion, it is where Mexican culture and Pop- Street Swag meet. Showing the whole damn world, their fusion culture is hood AND elevated.
La Brujita Del Jardin is a lifestyle manifestation brand guiding brujitas, entrepreneurs and creatives on their evolving journey. The magic of the brand is centered on self-love, healing, self-awareness, emotional stability, and mindfulness. La Brujita Del Jardin's manifesting tools combine the power of words and affirmations to create a positive mindset and help individuals manifest their dreams and goals into reality.
Mujer de Color(es) (MDC) is a creative lifestyle brand that centers on highlighting feminine multidimensionality, holistic mental health, and the arts within BIPOC cultures. Through experimental poetry, lyrical essays, digital content, and inclusive visual campaigns MDC creates space for difficult but necessary conversations to take place in a safe and empathetic way. Guiding individuals to shift the collective narrative for generations to come.
Jessica Darrow is a first generation Cuban-American born and raised in Miami best known for her role as Luisa Madrigal in the animated Golden Globe winning Disney film, ENCANTO, with music from Lin Manuel Miranda. Her song “Surface Pressure” landed at No. 3 on Youtube, and reached top 10 on Billboard charts. Her focus is to revolutionize and change the monolith beauty standards in the entertainment, fashion and beauty industry for Latina Queer women and non-binary individuals everywhere.
Virginia is an Argentina- born, LA based Photojournalist and Radio Personality, turned Poet. She has turned her passion for storytelling and education into a movement that focuses on advocating for young girls, in partnerships with various non-profits, such as Global G.L.O.W, Group on Girls, Lit World, including her own non- profit Magico USA. Her book Luna Inmigrante is carried by all major retailers and her work has been featured by Daily Sundial, El Nuevo Sol, Shout Out LA, and Alegria Publishing.
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Ella Puede is an all-inclusive creative branding network curated to help Latine creators, entrepreneurs, and talent navigate launching their businesses, creative campaigns, and marketing efforts through innovative branding, equitable marketing strategies, resources, and online education that center on personal development to build generational wealth.