Shop the Black-owned brands Luka Sabbat wore for his In The Know July cover

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Luka Sabbat is In The Know’s July cover star! Shot by photographer Shaniqwa Jarvis at Colony Studios Brooklyn, Sabbat’s fashion choices are easily showstoppers unto themselves. Sporting styles in brands like Wales Bonner, Raf Simons, Loewe and Yohji Yamamoto, Sabbat’s sartorial choices are, in short, a fashion lover’s dream.

However, in his interview with In The Know’s Consulting Editor at Large, Elaine Welteroth, the 23-year-old creative entrepreneur and actor made sure to discuss why it’s important to support and wear Black designers. For the shoot, Sabbat donned pieces by Black brands, including Hood by Air, Wales Bonner, Pierre Blanc, Gallery Dept. and more.

Credit: Shaniqwa Jarvis

Additionally, the young star wore Theophilio (a brand that was highlighted as an In The Know changemaker!) and Who Decides War.

Shop key pieces down below and read the entire conversation here.

Hood by Air

AWOL Cargo Pants, $240 (Orig. $774)

Credit: Hood by Air

Gallery Dept.

La Flare Slim-Fit Distressed Denim Jeans, $850

Credit: Mr Porter

Pierre Blanc

Western Linen Shirt, $780

Credit: Pierre Blanc

Wales Bonner

Isaacs Tailored Jacket

Credit: Wales Bonner

Stripe-embroidered Sports Jacket, $647 (Orig. $1,078)

Shop: Farfetch

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