SUSU Movement
Celebrating and Supporting Entrepreneurs & Artists

Exclusive Collections (OLD SUSU)

We've curated and hand-picked a list of supreme Black owned businesses.   

Our exclusive list of black owned businesses are carefully handpicked.  These black creators are selected for their supreme product lines, entrepreneurial spirit and impact within their respective communities.   Don't see something you like? Let us know by contacting us here and we'll due our best to accommodate your interests. If you would like to submit your business for review please click here.


With so many clothing companies out there it becomes difficult to find ones that really stick out.  Calibrakers does just that, “The Premier African History Brand” has some of the most empowering shirts, books, footwear and more. Make a statement like “Melanin Lives Matters” “Black History is World History” and “Stolen From Africa” with their gear.

eLo Lip Care

Timothy George the founder and CEO of eLo is a grinder.  He designed his first eLo product out of necessity for better all-organic lip care products.  With a meticulous eye for product development, eLo is after the title of the perfect lip care line. Additionally, Timothy is busy expanding his brand and building his product line.  With the vision and drive to become a nationally recognized brand, Timothy and eLo are destined to build greatness. 

Glamorous Sights

Ultra-trendy glasses & frames at a reasonable price. SUSU Movement loves the styles listed. Check them out and see for yourselves! Updated weekly and loved by many!

Nelly's Knit Boutique

One of SUSU Movements earliest partners, Shanel has been cranking out stellar handmade knitted goods since birth.  Shanel is a stay at home mother whose knitting skills were handed down by her grandmother.  In need of an additional revenue stream she put her craft making skills to the digital world and has never looked back.  Weaving some of the best stuff out there, it's no surprise that her customers are faithful ones who return again and again and again.  Take a look, her items are truly impressive. 

Hardly Home

These are the kinds of businesses that SUSU Movement enjoys promoting. A travel agency with a booming apparel line, Hardly Home gives a portion of their proceeds to inner city children so that they can travel and see the world. They also started a fundraising campaign to get more children passports. Super dope!


Tiffany Hill originally caught our eyes with the one of a kind Kente Print Kimonos! Taking her passion for painting to new heights she created her Tiffantasy line in 2008, “My passion is to enhance and promote the beauty of black women through quality, high-fashion clothing and accessories,” said Hill. “My platform features mommy and me sets, couples sets, individual pieces, and more. The entire goal is to promote self-love through one of a kind original pieces – and the best customer service possible today.” PS-Those are our CEO's favorite shoes!