9 Gifts from BIPOC Brands for your Wishlist

Celebrate Black History Month by giving a gift from a BIPOC brand

Black History Month is here and we elves can’t think of a better way to celebrate than by giving a gift to someone special that supports BIPOC brands. From jungalicious home decor to hair products for every texture, our curated list below just might inspire your own Wishlist.

Why BIPOC Brands?

Black History Month celebrates the remarkable accomplishments of African American people, past and present. During this commemorative month, Elfster acknowledges the impact and achievements of Black Americans, by highlighting Black-owned brands. We will continue featuring products from BIPOC companies in our gift guides throughout the year to showcase inclusive offerings.

Brand: Jungalow

Jungalow started as a design blog in Justina Blakeney’s tiny, plant-filled living room back in 2009 and has since grown into a lifestyle brand and the go-to source for jungalicious design goods and inspiration.

Tala Mini Chiminea Incense Burner | Jungalow, $52

Hypnotic Quilt Set by Justina Blakeney | Jungalow, $110

Brand: Briogeo

Founder and CEO, Nancy Twine, carries on the legacy of her mother, a doctor and chemist who knew that you could create powerful and effective beauty products from natural ingredients. For all hair types and textures.

Don’t Despair Repair Hair Mask Deep Conditioner | Briogeo, $38.99

Scalp Revival Charcoal + Tea Tree Scalp Treatment Scalp Serum | Briogeo, $30.40

Brand: Ayesha Curry

Ever stylish and all about family, Ayesha Curry appeals to the everyday cook who has a lot going on and values efficiency in the kitchen in order to spend more time with those who matter most.

Nonstick Bakeware 4 Piece Set in Copper Brown | Ayesha Curry, $24.72

Nonstick Deep Skillet With Helper Handle, 12″ | Ayesha Curry, $39.99

📚 Black Authors You Need to Read

Explore books by Black authors you need to read in our Best Books By Black Authors gift guide. Add these books to your own Birthday Wishlist to share with family and friends so that you’ll get what you really want to read.

Book: Ours: A Novel by Phillip B. Williams

Genre: Fiction (Release Date 2/20/24)

Set over the course of four decades and steeped in a rich tradition of American literature informed by Black surrealism, mythology, and spirituality, Ours is a stunning exploration of the possibilities and limitations of love and freedom by a writer of capacious vision and talent.

Ours: A Novel by Phillip B. Williams | Amazon, $32

Book: Neighbors and Other Stories by Diane Oliver

Genre: Short Stories (Release Date 2/13/24)

Bold and haunting, this story collection features incisive and intimate portraits of African American families in everyday moments of anxiety and crisis that look at how they use agency to navigate their predicaments. As much a social and historical document as it is a taut, engrossing collection, Neighbors is an exceptional literary feat from a crucial once-lost figure of letters.

Neighbors and Other Stories by Diane Oliver | Amazon, $18.63

Book: Of Greed and Glory: In Pursuit of Freedom for All by Deborah Plant

Genre: Nonfiction

In this groundbreaking exploration, author Deborah Plant documents and discusses social, political and economic “disparities” and “inequities” that undermine African American freedom, citizenship and sovereignty, and that inhibits the advancement of America’s evolution as a democratic republic with its principles of freedom, equality, and justice for all.

Of Greed and Glory: In Pursuit of Freedom for All by Debrorah Plant | Amazon, $24.99

✨ Looking for More Gifts from BIPOC brands?

Unique home decor. Helpful hair care. Personalized jewelry. Explore amazing gifts in our BIPOC Brands gift guide that you might even be inspired to add to your own Elfster Wishlist.

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