Telfar may have a game-changing pricing system on its hands.
Mar 22, 2023
Telfar is about to bless fans with what seems to be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! On Sunday (Sept. 11), the iconic bag brand will partner with a Rainbow clothing store in Brooklyn to equip its avid supporters with a one-day shopping extravaganza, according to an Instagram post. It will be the first time that Telfar’s famous “Shopping Bag” will be available for purchase in all sizes and colors. View this post on Instagram A post shared by @telfarglobal
Sep 7, 2022
With the drop of Beyoncé’s latest album, the “Summer Renaissance” is upon us. The 16-track project gives out bops that are likely ideal for a good brunch situation, a vogue competition, and positive vibes. However, the track mentioned above from the album, “Renaissance,” highlights the Liberian American, Black-owned luxury label, Telfar. With that one mention, the already popular bag spiked in popularity, and now millions are on standby for the Aug. 5 drop of its upcoming collection.
Aug 3, 2022
When speaking on successful Black-owned businesses, Telfar sits gracefully in the top ranking. With each new release, the apparel brand’s popularity continues to spike in fashion. As previously reported by AfroTech, it became the “it” brand during the COVID-19 pandemic and has since gone on to collaborate with the likes of UGG and Moose Knuckles. The hype around Telfar has reached where many fans are left disappointed when they’re unable to secure their items during the online frenzy that occurs when there’s a drop. But according to Clemens, soon Telfar won’t only be available online. Essence reports that Clemens shared in an interview with The Breakfast Club that Telfar has its first physical store in the works. “There is one coming,” he said. “We’re opening a store this year in New York City. And we’re still deciding where that is going to be. I don’t want to say too much about it, but we’re opening a store this year.” The tidbit is all that has been revealed so far. Therefore,...
Mar 15, 2022
Telfar Clemens is in his bag…literally! As the world prepares to head to Tokyo for the 2021 Olympics, things are a little different than the previous years. From empty stadium seats to backlash from Japanese citizens having their city serve as the host — the games will certainly be nothing like what we’ve ever seen before. Over the past two decades track and field competitors of the Liberian Olympic delegation have been seen sporting Nike, adidas, and other sportswear machines, but this year they’ve taken it up a notch with uniforms produced by Telfar Clemens, The New York Times reports. The Liberian-American designer has singlehandedly disrupted the fashion system with his guaranteed to be sold-out bags, deemed as Bushwick Birkins, and a direct-to-consumer business model which has made him a pandemic success story. Clemens has now designed genetically spliced unisex designs not just for both the opening and closing ceremonies but his one-shouldered tank along with the track...
Jun 22, 2021
By now, you’re probably scrambling to find the perfect holiday gift for several people in your life—your tech-obsessed bestie, your book-loving bae, and your neighbor who helped you stay sane during the pandemic. Either way, here’s a list of last-minute gifts from Black-owned businesses that you can shop right now (except Telfar, of course!). View this post on Instagram A post shared by kimberly not kim (@museummammy) Black Futures, $40 Authors Kimberly Drew and Jenna Wortham have curated a collection of Black works—from compelling essays to dazzling art to provocative memes—to present what it means to be a Black creator today. Get one for you and your fav book lover. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Yo Soy AfroLatina (@yosoyafrolatina) Yo Soy Afro Latina Negrita Mug, $20 Coffee, tea, or eggnog, this ceramic mug is the best way to drink your beverages. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Moonlight Roller (@moonlightroller) Moonlight Roller Skates,...
Dec 15, 2020
As a result of the overt racial injustice in the U.S., a major push to #BuyBlack has gained fresh energy. The news cycle is on overdrive with Black businesses you should support. While there have been several lists of Black-owned businesses to pop up across Instagram and Twitter, there are some forgotten companies that have a Black founder at the helm unknowingly. Some owners are just super low-key while some brands boast such diverse and inclusive marketing that it’s easy to miss whose in charge. Here are eight well-known beauty, fashion, and food businesses that you didn’t know were Black-owned. Briogeo Hair Care Often seen while scrolling through the Sephora app or YouTube hair tutorials, Briogeo is a clean-ingredient collection founded by Nancy Twine. The daughter of a chemist, Twine learned to make beauty products from scratch at a young age. Later, the University of Virginia alumna used that knowledge combined with her finance degree to launch a customizable line for several...
Jun 16, 2020