Empowered women empower women! To us, Feminists are fearless women who radiate confidence, push boundaries and help build their fellow sisters up. At Creoate we champion female owned brands, we’ve curated an edit of the best independent feminist fashion brands , jewellery designers and literary titles – take a look.




RANI & CO is a clothing brand that is feminist to the core. “Rani”  translates to “Queen” in Hindi and ‘Co’ meaning in the company of other queens.

Each piece of feminist fashion is inspired by iconic female leaders such as Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou and Malala Yousafzai. When women wear these feminist slogans they are encouraged to channel the strength and wisdom of the women that inspired it.

This iconic jumper celebrates Maya Angelou’s ‘Still I Rise’ poem. The embroidered slogan “does my sassiness upset you” is the perfect fit for any unapologetically fierce and sassy woman or man!

Feminist fashion aims to encourage women to celebrate their gender, feel more confident in their own skin and perhaps to even encourage us all to educate yourself more on what it means to be a feminist (for more feminist reading keep scrolling). 

You’ll look great and feel great as with every clothing purchase, RANI & CO donates 5% of the profits to the Baale Mane charity, an Indian foundation that works giving young girls access to education.









The “Nah” tee is guaranteed to get a few giggles, approving nods and perhaps even spark a few conversation about Rosa Park’s pivotal work as African American civil rights activist. Parks is best known for her refusal to give up her seat and move to the back of the bus, her bravery in standing up for herself and resistance to racial segregation lead to the Montgomery Bus Boycott. This is the perfect versatile t-shirt for the strong-headed lady.



£19.99 SHOP “NAH” TEE 

MANNWEAR’s  embroidered “Girl Gang” organic cotton tee is another must for any proud feminist. We recommend pairing this tee with your favourite jeans and smile as you go about your day  smashing the patriarchy.






Vote with your wallet. Choose to support female feminist fashion brands such as Blue Hour London.

Meet Blue Hour London, a contemporary leather accessories label based in east London and founded on the principles of slow fashion. Founded by

Lauren Clowes is Blue Hour London’s founder, she prides herself on preserving traditional leather craftsmanship  and using the high quality English and European materials. Every Blue Hour London product is carefully handcrafted. A unique blend of artisan craft, contemporary minimalism and vivid colours is at the heart of the Blue Hour London’s designs.
Fun fact: Blue Hour is a time between dusk and dawn when you are lost in the moment, anything is possible and the concept of time ceases to exist. The sun and the moon colliding in the sky creates Blue Hour London’s signature symbol.

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LEO WITH LOVE is an all-encompassing brand inspired by empowered women, for empowered women. Founder ,Leora, left the corporate world to follow her passion as a promise to her sister Zina, who survived a near fatal disease. The very first piece of jewellery was named Zina, and since then each piece that came after is named after a woman who has played an important role in Leora’s life. Shopping from small independent female brands makes the world of a difference. Each purchase supports another women’s dream.



Feminist Don’t Wear Pink by Scarlett Curtis. £13 SHOP HERE

What do Keira Knightley , Saoirse Ronan,  Jameela Jamila, Kat Dennings and Emma Watson have in common other than being incredible actresses? They are all feminists! And they’ve all written funny, personal, and powerful stories about what Feminism means to them. 

‘Brilliant, hysterical, truthful and real. These essays illuminate the path for our future female leaders.’ – Reese Witherspoon

The Periodic Table of Feminism, £9.99 SHOP HERE

If you’re still a little confused about who, what, how feminism came to be then this book be your guide.

The Periodic Table of Feminism guides you through the history of the feminist movement, and puts a spotlights on the pivotal women who have pioneered it. These include everyone Mary Wollstonecraft, Caitlin Moran, Simone de Beauvoir and of course Oprah.