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25 Black Fashion Designers Changing the Game from Castamodel's blog

Kenneth Ize

Kenneth Ize is a designer whose vibrant, menswear-inspired designs will make you feel so happy simply by glancing at them. If mixing patterns and prints are your thing, you need to know about him immediately.

Brand: Kenneth Ize

Victor Glemaud

Glemaud is renowned for his amazing knitwear, in case you couldn't tell from his striped jumper. Thanks to his designs, you'll want to convert every item in your wardrobe to this material. If you enjoy color blocking and multicolored stripes, hopefully you were able to get something from his 2021 Target collaboration, which was almost immediately sold out.

Brand: Victor Glemaud

Heron Preston

Preston's streetwear aesthetic is well-liked by celebrities including Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, and Hailey Bieber. In addition to his recognizable graphic t-shirts, which typically feature the same bird, he also makes accessories including purses, phone cases, shoes, and belts.

BrandHeron Preston

Virgil Abloh


Virgil Abloh was the master of mixing luxury with streetwear. The Ghanaian-American creative director, one of the only Black designers to head a renowned luxury house as artistic director of Louis Vuitton's menswear collection, is frequently compared to the Karl Lagerfeld of the millennial generation. By continually pushing the envelope and revolutionizing the function of directing, he honored hip-hop culture and strove for improvement. His legacy endures even though he passed away in November 2021 after a quiet fight with cancer. His prelaunch collection for the AirForce 1 debuts in June 2022 and includes 47 original looks. You may view them (as well as the holograms) in advance at the amazing show currently running through

May 31 in Brooklyn.

BrandOff-White, Louis Vuitton menswear

Liya Kebede

African artisans create the apparel for Ethiopian model and designer Kebede's line, Lemlem. She established a charity that helps African women "by connecting them to healthcare, education, and pathways to jobs" through Lemlem.


Tracy Reese

Her name-brand line, which debuted in 1998, is renowned for its flowery patterns and retro-inspired designs. She's been a board member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America since 2007 and has dressed celebrities including Michelle Obama and Regina King. She debuted a stunning new brand in 2019 called Hope for Flowers, which emphasizes sustainability and moral production methods.

BrandsTracy Reese , Hope for Flowers


Yes, he's controversial, but there's no denying the impact of his Yeezy line on fashion. You've probably seen his sneakers everywhere because of his collaboration with Adidas, and he's also working with Gap to create a more budget-friendly range.


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