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5 Black-Owned Enamel Pin Creators UNCOVERED


Hello Kings & Queens, I'm back for another hot post highlighting black-owned enamel pin businesses that create accessories for the culture. Most of you don't know that I love lapel pins, especially those that I can culturally identify with. I have purchased several from 5 well-known creators that I follow & support on a regular. If you are a pin lover or know someone, share this post with them so they can drape their bag or jean jacket with fashion-forward accessories.



Bronx, NY

Essence Hayes is the founder of Coloring Pins, a nostalgic and culturally relevant accessory + merchandise line designed for people of color. Hayes creates original pins, patches, shoe charms & keychains that celebrate Black culture. Read more about Essence Hayes on, and while you're there, go ahead and purchase your favorites.

Dallas, TX

Stevonnise Dunn is the founder of Pin Poppin, an enamel pin company created to give people of color an avenue to express themselves, support a cause, bring awareness, and motivate. Dunn's pins are unique & fun but also allow consumers such as myself to bring attention to a cause such as Breast Cancer. This month is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Visit her site to browse and purchase.

Los Angeles, California

King Pinz is an accessory + lifestyle brand with a wide range of pins inspired by popular culture. You'll find sayings you heard from one of your favorite classic movies + slang you see on social media, or an artist you love listening to. King Pinz has it all. You'll indeed find something that resonates with you only on

United States

Shannon P. established Radical Dream Pins in 2015 while in medical school. She saw there was a lack of representation of social justice and the Black community, so she designed pins to showcase prominent figures in Black culture, social justice statements, and positive messages. The business is ran by Black women + they give a portion of the proceeds from each purchase to an organization or intuitive. Here you get the opportunity to choose radical pins that make a bold statement about our past & present + be apart of supporting orgnations that help the Black community thrive. Check out to purchase a variety of radical accessories.

New York City

Pop Pins was founded by Devine Bailey to celebrate Black pop culture. If you're looking to wear your favorite R&B + Hip Hop artist, Pop Pins is your one-stop shop. I personally love the Prolific Pin which depicts the late Nipsey Hussle. Bailey has created various pins of public figures that have passed away, & what better way to commemorate their life by wearing a pin of their likeness. Keep Black pop culture alive with Pop Pins.


The listed pin creators are only but a few, as there are many more Black-owned accessory businesses will become available to choose from. As I learn of them + support, I will update this list Keiamour Uncovered is here for all things pins, keychains, patches, & more, especially when they're made to inspire, educate, & propel US forward. Check back forotherl accessory pin brands.

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