SN Spotlight on our Favorite Black Creators

As we wrap up the last week of Black History Month, we're spending our time scrolling through the amazing accounts from our favorite Black Creators. Interior designers, best-selling authors, digital content creators, are just a few that make up this talented group of people. Below you'll find just a few that keep us inspired. Show your love and support by giving these amazing accounts a follow, you won't regret it!

Stephanie Summerson Hall

Stephanie Summerson Hall is the founder of Estelle Colored Glass, the luxury hand-blown and specialty-made colored glass cake stands and stemware brand. Her pieces come in a mix of jewel tones and soft pastels, best described as "jewels for your table." When creating her brand, Stephanie was inspired by her grandmother, Estelle, who loved antiquing and taught her all the ins and outs of being a fine hostess. Her heirloom-quality pieces marked the start of her love for colored glass and inspired her to create the gorgeous collection.

Beth Diana Smith

An interior designer in New Jersey, New York, and beyond, Beth Diana Smith's design uses bold colors and patterns to create sophisticated and luxurious spaces. She uses unique pieces and custom detail to tell the story of the home and its owner. Expertly curated art, layered textures, and diverse cultural influences are just a few of the thoughtful details she uses in her projects. You can view her work and blog at Beth Diana Smith Interior Design.

Nzinga Young

Nzinga Young created @veganzinga to share her love for veganism and meditation with the IG community. Her platform grew as she blogged on these subjects for HuffPost, spoke at and attended vegan conferences around the world, joined the staff of Vegan Outreach and eventually Farm Sanctuary. She now serves on the board of New York Insight, a meditation center that celebrates diversity in all forms!

Onyi Moss

Onyi Mossi does it all. A film director, singer-songwriter, self-taught photographer, fashion and beauty creative, and content creator, are just a few of the many things that define this self-made businesswoman from Nigeria. Her Instagram feed and blog are a living art gallery, covering fashion, travel, lifestyle topics, and depicting all things she loves. She has recently expanded her work, releasing her debut single “In Your Eyes” and her first film series titled “Black Women Are Soft Too.”

Amanda Gorman

A wordsmith and changemaker, Amanda Gorman is the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history. An award-winning writer and cum laude graduate of Harvard University, this 23-year-old LA native became an overnight sensation (and fashion influencer). She is the best-selling author of three number-one selling books and her greatest achievements lie in both writing, and of course, fashion.

Aysha Sow

Born on the coast of West Africa and raised in The Netherlands and Belgium, Aysha sow now resides in New York City as a model and fashion blogger. Her aesthetic focuses on beauty, fashion, lifestyle, and everything in between!

Tabitha Brown

Tabitha Brown is a wife, mom, actress, and vegan food influencer. She is known for her comedic food reviews, live cooking shows on Facebook, quick recipes on Tik Tok, and inspirational posts on her social media platforms! She finds pure joy in spreading love and helping others see the world and food differently.

Courtney McLeod

After leaving a career in real estate finance, Courtney Mcleod pursued her dream of interior design. She founded her business Rights Meets Left Interior Design in New York City where she works to help her clients live more beautifully, colorfully, and joyfully. She uses an approach that allows the studio to conjure magical environs and execute her client's dreams with efficiency and diligence.