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Still searching for the perfect gift? Look no further than our 2023 Holiday Gift Guide, full of BIPOC-owned businesses, theater maker vendors, local shops, and more! Check out the gallery below and click through to get shopping.
Áwet Woldegebriel, a refugee from Eritrea, founded Áwet New York in 2020. His tailor father taught him to "look out for people with greatness in their hands." The brand continues to put community and craftsmanship at its core. They recently opened Livewear, a storefront in NoHo, which elevates BIPOC brands, partners with organizations to support refugees, and more! Their men's and women's collections feature carefully crafted, thoughtfully sourced, luxury essentials that combine style and comfort.
BLK MKT Vintage is a Brooklyn, NY-based antique/vintage concept shop representing the richness of Black history and lived experience. Curated by Jannah Handy and Kiyanna Stewart, they center black cultural artifacts. We’re communicating very explicitly to black folks that "not only do we see you, but we love you as well. You’re worthy. What you’ve created is worthy. You are important here."
Brianna Pippens is a Visual and Performing Artist based in Washington, DC. Artistically known as Banana Peppers, she creates illustrations, paintings, drawings, animations, and cut out work that focuses on race, nostalgia, and the nuances of Black identity and experiences.
Happy Cork, founded in 2019 by Sunshine Foss, is a wine and spirits travel shop with an emphasis on community. Since opening our doors, Happy Cork has evolved in becoming a travel destination for all people to experience the largest selection of Black and minority-owned wine and spirits. Happy Cork, is your number one source for all things Happy.
The Joe’s Pub x House of Larréon is our delightful collaboration with fine artist, designer, performer, author, and Joe’s Pub Working Group alum Larry Krone! This capsule collection was inspired by our desire to support local artists and the artists on our stage. Did you know that we’re a non-profit? Every purchase from this collection will benefit the hundreds of artists who perform at Joe’s pub every year, in a number of ways.
KEAFRICA is a women-owned, ready-to-wear apparel brand with a simple philosophy: to make high-quality, trendy, and size-inclusive African print clothing which benefits people and the planet. Our mission is to practice sustainable production by using recycled textiles and fabrics, as well as partnering with fair trade West African artisans to produce ethical and eco-wear for our customers globally at accessible price points.
Known as the private teacher to Hollywood's Anne Hathaway, Nikki has also been called a "Creative Genius" & "Masterful teacher of Yoga." Nikki Baksh: The Movement of Artistic Wellness® is a transformative Artistic Wellness practice. Here, artistry, dance, yoga, music, and spirit meet in a pure organic form: 'The Movement'.
Give the gift of theater this season! A Public Theater membership gives your loved one access to excellent theater all year long and memories that will last a lifetime. Memberships begin at $10/month (with two months free at the Illyria level!) and make a perfect gift.
Share a piece of The Public with a fellow theater lover! Our official online store features a wide variety of gifts — including apparel, totes, and posters.
Tribe and Oak was born with a focus on offering accessible luxury home essentials while intentionally choosing materials that are as natural and sustainable as possible. Founded by Taylor Tankson and Kareem Wallace in Brooklyn, NY, they offer body butter, coconut-soy wax candles, diffusers, hand sanitizers, and more.
Relative Arts is a new brick-and-mortar community space, open atelier, and shop displaying contemporary Indigenous fashion and design. Our mission is to provide a peer-run space in New York City to celebrate the advancement of Indigenous futurism in fashion through representation and education. Indigenous-owned and operated by Korina Emmerich (Puyallup) and Liana Shewey (Mvskoke).