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According to the retailer, “our latest shop presents a platform for designers, creatives and thought leaders across varied perspectives and experiences representing Black fashion.”
The space is curated by five Black creatives and features over 25 different Black-owned brands, including Botter, Coral Studios, Off-White and more.
Curator Harris Elliot says of the initiative: “This partnership means an awful lot to me because it’s an opportunity to marry culture and brand ideology in the same space. We have this phrase within my studio: ‘culture with compromise,’ and this collaboration feels like we can tell authentic Black stories at a level where nothing loses its essence.”
With pieces being sported everywhere from world-renowned tennis courts to the New York streets, this Portland-produced brand is wildly wearable. While you can shop everything from windbreakers to sports bras on the brand’s website, Full Court Sport’s Nordstrom offering is all athleisure.
Right now, you can shop a pair of joggers, two shirts and a hoodie from Full Court Sport on Nordstrom in chic and subdued shades of purple, blue and green. Whether you wear these styles to the gym or when running around town, you’re sure to be comfortable and stylish all day long. Shop the four styles that are currently available at Nordstrom below.
Shop: Full Court Sport Logo Cotton Joggers, $70
Shop: Full Court Sport Logo Cotton Graphic Tee, $35
Shop: Full Court Sport Logo Cotton Hoodie, $65
Looking for more fashionable athleisure pieces from Black-owned brands? Check out Coral Studios’ crewnecks, Bephies Beauty Supply’s long sleeves and XULY.Bët’s leggings — all available now at Nordstrom.
If you liked this story, check out more Black-owned businesses to support this month and beyond.
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