8 Black Female-Founded Brands You Need To Follow - High Moon Studio


8 Black Female-Founded Brands You Need To Follow

We will [continue] to do better.


Y’all know that here at High Moon we are all about supporting the female founders and the modern CEOs. But something that is equally important to us as a company (and just as humans!) is to support the black community and their journey of entrepreneurship. We are constantly seeking out and sharing brands that are making the world better for every woman. After all, the accounts we engage with and the brands we buy from set the tone for the future we want to live in.


We’re sharing a list of dope influencers, content creators and businesses owned by Black women for you to support now and always. Whether it’s through a distance and engaging with their social media posts, or actively shopping their feeds and purchasing their services, we hope this inspires you to support in whatever way you can!



Lolly Lolly Ceramics 

By far one of Alex’s favorite mugs, and such a beautiful piece of artwork for your kitchen.


Alia Moneal

Product development pro and one of our clients 😉 If you’re thinking about starting your own product line, Alia is your girl!


Amy Julliette Lefévre

Dope digital creator and Alex’s aesthetic muse!




Content Strategist and Branding Expert, founder of Creative Label who is doing BIG things in the PR World!



By Chari 

Literally the most gorgeous gold jewels at every price point!




Super luxe skincare line made from 100% natural, non-toxic ingredients derived from plants.




Sophia Roe 

Chef, welfare advocate and founder of Pillow Talk sessions , an intimate conversation series honoring curious minds, community, and food & feelings in a safe and open space.




Lorell Lane 

FB / IG ads magician and founder of the Sales Social Lab & just so happens to be one of our clients!





What are your favorite Black owned businesses, entrepreneurs and content creators? Share them with us by commenting on our latest Instagram post : @highmoon-studio

Ps: Did you know that a portion of the proceeds from the Female Founder Collection is donated to Black Girl Ventures? This amazing organization is creating access to capital for black/brown women founders!