We are experiencing a pivotal time in our lives and it is so important to shine light onto black designers who deserve our support and investment.
This charitable print is a celebration of talented black artists, creators and designers. Made by Emily Monckton from the Full Montage, a London-based graphic designer, the collage features Donyale Luna who was the first black model to grace the cover of British Vogue in 1966 sitting on the red chair by Marie Burgos Design.
The hat is by Sindiso Khumalo, a sustainable fashion and textile designer from Cape Town. The gold necklace is designed by Vania Leles whose dream it has always been to bring the voice of Africa to fine jewellery. The collar by Stella Jean, one of my all-time favourite fashion designers and the geometric pattern border is by Wales Bonner.
You can purchase the collage on The Full Montage website and 100% of the profits will go to SARI (sariweb.org.uk), a charity which provides support for victims of hate crime, including those subjected to racist attacks. SARI also work with businesses and organisations to provide equality training and education.