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Charlese Antoinette



Charlese Antoinette is an American entrepreneur and costume and jewelry designer. Antoinette’s work is dedicated to creating spaces for BIPOC artists and businesspeople to thrive in professional environments. She is a cofounder of Cannaclusive and The Black Designer Database.

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Black Women Lead the Way on the Set of Raising Dion | Netflix

There's so much power in having Black women on set.

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At Portland’s “Weed Prom,” Women Gathered to Celebrate and Strategize

Attendees were welcome to flit between scientific discussions and a joint-rolling station, taste edibles on an outdoor patio or peruse psychedelic candles at the lobby pop-up shop.

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Black Designers Are Rarely Featured in Top TV Shows and Movies—But That's About to Change

One woman has made it her mission to connect Black-owned brands with today's top costume designers.

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The Cannabis World Has a Diversity Problem, But Cannaclusive’s Founders Are Seeking to Change That

You’ll see that those currently profiting from the marijuana boom are largely white men—a reality that prompted Charlese Antoinette Jones, Mary Pryor, and Tonya Rapley-Flash to launch Cannaclusive in 2017.

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Behind the Scenes with Costume Designer Charlese Antoinette | Wtf Do You Do? | Fuse

The costume designer and stylist for film, TV and commercials brings you on set and inside the wardrobe department to break down her creative process.

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This Group Is Fighting to Make Cannabis Inclusive

Cannaclusive is a grassroots community that is fighting for inclusivity and diversity in the rapidly growing cannabis industry in the USA.

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Charlese Antoinette Jones on Achieving Judas and the Black Messiah’s Revolutionary Look

The film’s costume designer Charlese Antoinette Jones breaks down her creative process, the research she embarked on before filming, and what it was like to work with and style this all-star cast.

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3 Black Women, Tired of the Whitewashed Weed Industry, Created ‘Cannaclusive’ to Rep for People of Color

After noticing that the cannabis industry was incredibly white, three black women decided to do something about it by creating their own business.

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