The events that have happened over the last year have been eye-opening, emotional and ones that have prompted a long-overdue change. Change is challenging, change is uncomfortable but that’s where the growth lies - in the discomfort and in pushing yourself to experience, understand and unlearn old behaviours and patterns.
Our team has regrouped to learn, reflect and create an action plan.
We are committed to creating a safe, inspiring, sustainable, and loving community within dresst™ and hopefully beyond.
As a start, we have gathered a few resources that are helpful to us and would like to share them with you. We hope they can benefit you as well.
The Summit Wellness Group - Written and curated by women of color, this guide features 61 mental health and substance use resources for the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) community.
Canadian black-owned clothing, jewellery and beauty brands
broke&living (unisex apparel)
Bôhten (eco-luxury eyewear)
Papaya & Co (clothing)
Brother Vellies (women footwear, sustainably made)
Kaela Kay (clothing)
Omi Woods (jewellery)
Locsuria Natural Haircare System (haircare)
Nannis Natural Hair Studio (hair studio)
Bain (leather & nylon bags)
Wild Moon Jewelry (jewellery)
Mike Paul Atelier (leather goods)
Israella Kobla (clothing)
Canadian Black Creators/Influencers
Vivian Kaye (entrepreneur)
Sasha Exeter (health, fitness, fashion, lifestyle)
Aysha Harun (beauty, lifestyle)
Medge Beauvoir-Yellowlees (fashion, beauty, lifestyle)
Samantha Ushedo (nutrition, fitness)
History has taught us that moments of change only happen when we all rise up and demand it. Let's start educating ourselves, doing the work and creating a loving, safe, and sustainable community.
If you have a resource or a business you would like to see highlighted on this page, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can add it to our growing list.