Founded by the South Asian American designer Sheena Sood, Abacaxi is named after the Portuguese word for pineapple. Fittingly, the line’s designs are all inspired by travel and the vibrant hues found in nature. Here, you’ll find colorful sundresses, tie-dye catsuits and turtlenecks, and slip dresses finished in bright, cheery colors.
Lesse is an organic skin-care brand focused on a “less is more” approach. It’s founded by Neada Deters, a former beauty editor who saw a need for a more pared-back skin-care line made with high-quality organic ingredients. The line carries vitamin C serums, charcoal masks, and cleansers made of aloe vera and charcoal.
Founded by husband-wife duo Fabiola Lara and Sabith Khan, Tlali Pani is a lifestyle brand that partners with various artisans to make its elegant home products. The line includes striped pillow covers, embroidered tablecloths, and sprightly rugs.
Zou Xou sells refined shoes handcrafted by Argentinian shoemakers, using traditional techniques and premium leathers. Founder Katherine Theobalds’s chic options include Mary Jane flats, block-heeled ankle boots, and checkered slide sandals.
This genderless line offers sharp, minimal clothing for all. Designed by Maria Dora, the line includes workwear-style pants, cropped knit tanks, and khaki chore jackets that can be worn with virtually anything.
For the bag aficionados on your holiday list, Luz Collection founder Chantale De Breceda has a style for everyone. Her striped knit Las Rayas tote—which comes in a variety of colors and is a standout in particular—is the perfect bag to give someone who’s about to head on a beach vacation.
Jewelry fans will certainly find something beautiful in BRWNGRLZ’s line. The handmade, laser-cut jewelry line—which is run by women of color—includes statement styles like earrings shaped into half moons, sunflowers, and even Balikbayan boxes.