The First Canadian 2SLGBTQ+ BIPOC/Youth-Led Visual Anthology Production is OUT NOW!
A Youth-Led Social Purpose Organization

Grassroots Arts Collective & Social Enterprise

The Flaunt It Movement & Collection is a BIPOC/youth-led community organization that fosters self-love, highly-esteemed representation and leadership opportunities for women, femmes and non-binary folks through the arts, entrepreneurship and activism. Our platform comprises community-led programs that celebrate, inspire, and support marginalized QTBIWOC identities to develop multidisciplinary skill sets that amplify their self-esteem, representation, and leadership. By operating both a community arts collective and a social enterprise — Flaunt-It's mission is to use artistic activism, community-building and creative entrepreneurship to empower women to be the best artists, activists, entrepreneurs and leaders possible.

All projects are created by racialized women, femme and non-binary folks primarily from Toronto, Canada's low-income communities. Our innovative approaches are creating transformative social change in our local communities by uplifting the confidence levels of every woman we work with in our movement.

our websites are under construction!

Visit Our Portfolio!

This site is mainly used to shop from our #FlauntItCollection. Our new website will house everything from our portfolio, shop & studio services. Learn more about our work ⤵

♡ Our Movement's Pillars ♡

Self Esteem

Non-inclusivity has detrimental consequences. 55% of Canadian girls agree that conforming to such unrealistic beauty standards is harmful to their self esteem

(Source: Girl Guides).


Worldwide standards on beauty and femininity continue to be discriminative, restrictive, and unrealistic. 90% of the magazine covers hyper-sexualize, objectify and exotify women of colour.

(Source: Cornerstone)


We see this pressure and discrimination in women's leadership and work endeavours. 83% of Asian women, 80% of Black women, & 76% of Latinx women admit to experiencing stringent barriers to leadership in the work setting.

(Source: Harvard Business Review)

All proceeds fund creative resources for youth in low-income communities!

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