Get An African Goddess Glow with Custom Jewelry from Black Panther's Douriean Fletcher

We could try to spiff up the story behind the inventive and royal works of Douriean Fletcher but her bio shares so much more of the power that inspires and lives in her creations: “Douriean creates fine art adornments as she believes that through dress and adornment, women can define their beauty on their own terms and express themselves authentically.”

Dourien made history as the first jeweler in her motion picture costume union and has done the work in South Africa and Benin to show Queens everywhere that you can live your dream when you stay committed to your craft.

If you’re in Los Angeles or visiting the City of Angels, you can see her work at FIDM’s annual Oscars exhibition.

Below you can take your pick from her original, one-of-a-kind jewelry to get an unapologetic African glow.

1. Upendo

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Confidently exude LOVE when you rock this neckpiece.

2. Messenger Large Cuffs

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Find your STRENGTH when you place these cuffs on each arm. It’s automatic and unwavering.

3. Tanzama and Birthright L Cuff

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Your best self lies in your FOCUS. Add this bangle and cuff together to boost your golden look.

5. Birthright Bangles

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LIVE in your gifts and imagine the many different ways you can wear these bangles. Don’t stop at 3, the more the merrier.

6. Messengers Jumaini

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You can TRUST that this ring will give you the power to live and love beautifully.

On February 22nd, Douriean Fletcher spoke to a crowd at the Los Angeles Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising Museum (FIDM) about how creatives can truly serve and be their best self: “Tap in to your voice and determine how to present yourself to the world. That’s what I had to do and now the sky’s the limit.”

We know you are in love with her pieces, so fall in love with your passions so you can produce something just as amazing.

If you’re in Los Angeles or visiting the City of Angels, you can see her work at FIDM’s annual Oscars exhibition.