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Tracee Dundas Fashion Stylist

Tis’ the season to think outside the [gift] box by shopping and supporting local Black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs. Here’s a holiday gift guide showcasing thoughtful and unique items that will give you comfort and joy by supporting the New Orleans Black community.

Fashion Stylist: Tracee Dundas | @fashionablyyoursnola

WEST LONDON BTQ – Located on New Orleans iconic Magazine Street, Mariah Walton Bencik curates’ stylish ladies’ fashions that are feminine, romantic, with a hint of drama.

UGLY BETTY BOY CRUSH BRACELETS – Add style to your life with a handmade, precious gemstone stackable bracelet. Each is custom designed that tells a story from sisterhood to faith, fashion and fabulous! Create the perfect stack for the men, women, or kid on your gift list.

LAVOISIER – A made-to-measure clothier designs custom tailor apparel for men that is timeless. From buttons and vents to pockets and lapels, everything is constructed with savoir faire. Proprietor Cortez Jackson |

OLÉ ORLEANS WINERY – Established in 2018, this Black-woman owned winery is a tribute to New Orleans and its historic legacy. Richly flavored, New Orleans’s very own handcrafted wines that are created in Louisiana. Producing some of the finest wines in the market that is a collection of well-balanced wines with a luxurious, delicate, and lingering finish. Kim Lewis, Founder |

KAY’S – A lifestyle brand that delivers streetstyle and edgy fashions that seeks to inspire and empower women of all shapes and sizes while celebrating the social and cultural diversity.
Located in the French Quarter. Kay Charbonnet, Owner & Buyer |

RE: FRESH – Be the freshest on the block with Regarding Fresh (AKA RE: FRESH), the ultra-premium sneakers and streetwear fashions for men and women. Shawn Forbes, Owner & Buyer |

TERRANCE OSBORNE GALLERY – A picture is worth a thousand words and a piece of artwork by renowned Artist Terrance Osborne tells a story of New Orleans’ heritage and culture.

MARALLEA J BOUTIQUE – An ecommerce retailer that caters to women who’s all about dressing to match her mood and recognizes that style has no limits. Amari Hurst, Entrepreneur |

DAVID LEE BTQ – Owner and Fashion Stylist Shirah Ray provides a balance between stylish classics and tasteful trends for the sophisticated woman. Visit the store in LaPlace or shop online.

COMMUNITY BOOK STORE – Reading is fundamental, and CBS has books on topics that will appeal to all ages! But it’s more than a bookstore! Enjoy African-centered books, art, fabrics, gift items for men, women, and kids.

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