10 Latina-Owned Jewelry Brands You Need to Add to Your Collection

From classic high-end designers like Carolina Herrera, to thriving contemporary brands like Mercedes Salazar, Latinx women are behind some of the most sought-after jewelry designs in the world.

Like these illustrious names, there are numerous Latinas making stunning creations with gems and stones in neighborhoods across the country. While not as widely known, these burgeoning designers and shop owners have dazzling trinkets for every occasion and for each of our varied aesthetics.

Ahead, click through some Latina-owned accessories and jewelry brands you need to add your collection.


In Puerto Rico, Afrolunatika is a beloved designer making minimalist pieces with special messages for daily use. The handmade earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings aim to empower and evoke self-love in its wearers. Buyers can purchase designs with special notes like "Paz," "Libre," "Pelúa," "Bendecida," and more or even order items with customized messages.

Valerie Madison Fine Jewelry

In Seattle, Afro-Mexicana Valerie Madison is behind the alternative engagement ring shop that shares her name. Her elegant rings and fine jewelry are inspired by classic styles and, more importantly, are ethically made.

The Dream

The Dream is an Orlando, FL-based online jewelry shop accessorizing soñadoras with minimalist pieces. Co-founder Alyssa Perez, who also leads DreamTalk, an event in Central Florida encouraging women to pursue their dreams, started the brand with her husband to inspire those with a creative spirit. From sparkly bracelets to pearl arch earrings to classic gold hoops, The Dream has charming and affordable items for voguish buyers of all genders.

Santú Accessories

Santú Accessories is a lovely online shop making handmade pieces in Fort Lauderdale, FL, that are inspired by the owner's Colombian heritage. Each vibrant beaded item of jewelry will undoubtedly catch eyes and spark conversations.

Honey B. Gold

For around-the-way girls who want to make a statement, Honey B. Gold is a one-stop jewelry shop. The Los Angeles-based line by Natalia Durazo, who's also behind West Coast glam brands and events like Bella Doña, Sweet Street, and Scam & Jam, is beloved even outside the City of Angels, with hundreds of thousands of followers on social media and clients like Beyoncé, Lizzo, and Rosalía.

Babe Comets

In Brooklyn, NY, Joan is a Dominican-Salvadoran creative making pom-pom earrings through her shop Babe Comets. The self-taught jewelry designer and fiber artist doesn't just make cute earlobe accessories, though. Through the brand, she has also cultivated a community of self-love, communal appreciation, and affirmations.

Viviana D' Ontanon

A lifelong designer, Viviana D' Ontañon started making jewelry at just 15 years old. Today, she owns one of the most popular accessories brands in Puerto Rico. The Viviana D' Ontañon line offers stunning, delicate pieces at an affordable price.

Azteca Negra

Azteca Negra is a culturally conscious line of handmade textile jewelry and accessories using upcycled and eco-friendly crafting materials. The San Francisco-based brand was created by Black Chicana Marisol Catchings, a self-taught artist who wanted to create a collection that celebrates indigeneity, art, and fashion.


In New York, Luni™ is a glorious line of handmade jewelry for modern-day goddesses. The pieces, designed by founder Lorenia Henriquez, incorporate gorgeous bold minerals and gemstones to help wearers express themselves, claim their inner diosa, and honor their past.

Hija de tu Madre

While the cherished Latina brand Hija de tu Madre doesn't solely design jewelry, the Los Angeles-based collection of necklaces and hoops are among its biggest hits. Jefa Patty Delgado makes accessories for boss babes who celebrate their cultura while making paper.