We stan a mother-daughter duo always, especially the one behind Royal Jelly Harlem - Teta and Maya Gorgoni. Inspired by many trips to West and South Africa, they started their line of fashion and home decor in 2011 as an homage to the diversity of the African continent and its culture, traditions, and art. Royal Jelly Harlem's products maximize the boldness of rich images and prints and are all made in New York City, often by African-born dressmakers and tailors.
ITEM WE LOVE
Sacred spirals, splats of sunshine, cool aqua, and precious, earthy turquoise across a pinkish clay-hued background. All the colors and shapes collide on the print of this apron that's as bonkers-in-a-good-way as the aunties arguing on Thanksgiving over what time the bird will come out of the oven to free up space for the casseroles. For shiny, happy people only!