About Us

About Us

Welcome to xoNecole, the leading digital lifestyle brand for Millennial and Gen-Z women of color. Your growth, joy, and curiosity matters—and xoNecole is here to make you feel seen.

xoNecole.com is all about utilizing the tools of self-discovery, transparency, and fearlessness in order to live your best life. Our engaging web and social content, multi-city events, and one-of-a-kind experiences help us serve our audience on the web and IRL. Whether you're looking for the courage to make a major life pivot or considering leaving a relationship that no longer serves you, our content will inspire you while reaffirming that you're not alone on this journey we call life. At xoNecole, we give our readers a safe space to let their light shine at full wattage.

Today, xoNecole has evolved into a 24/7 community with millions of digital besties looking to grow and glow together. Stop by for the leading entertainment stories, get the tea on the latest dating trends, level up your career strategy, indulge in new wellness rituals, and so much more.

We're more than just a media platform; we’re your biggest cheerleader in everything you do.

Brand Partnerships

Our custom brand partnerships combine the full power of the xoNecole voice, talent strategy, and the wants and needs of women. We're proud to have partnered with dozens of brands across beauty, entertainment, lifestyle, and consumer goods categories.

Contact Us

For all sales and brand partnership opportunities, please email advertising@xonecole.com

For all editorial pitches, please email editor@xonecole.com




As they say, create the change you want to see in this world, besties. That’s why xoNecole linked up with Hyundai for the inaugural ItGirl 100 List, a celebration of 100 Genzennial women who aren’t afraid to pull up their own seats to the table. Across regions and industries, these women embody the essence of discovering self-value through purpose, honey! They're fierce, they’re ultra-creative, and we know they make their cities proud.


Growing up in Brooklyn, New York, Caribbean culture has always been all around me, from the food to the dancehall and soca music to traditions carried out by all of the Caribbean people living in the city. As a youngin, I loved attending the West Indian Day Parade every September because the floats, steel drums, extravagant feathers, and upbeat music made me feel free and gave me a deeper appreciation for the culture.

As I got older, I learned that the yearly Carnivals happening across the Caribbean put NYC’s little festivities to shame. Traveling to the islands themselves and experiencing the people and culture first-hand really gives you a deeper understanding and appreciation for Caribbean culture.