Salone Monet Launches “Nude is Not a Color” Window Tee Collection to Promote Color Equality

Salone Monet, a female-founded and Black-owned color-inclusive footwear brand, today announced the launch of the “Window tee” with the slogan Nude is Not a Color. Available to purchase today, the “Window tee” is meant to celebrate the wearer and promote color equality in the fashion industry.

The newly launched tee places the message directly on the shirt with “nude is not a color” printed diagonally across the front and a rectangle cutout that allows the skin underneath to show – highlighting that you are your own shade of nude. It features the flock print slogan on 100% Sueded Cotton and each shirt is cut-out detail.

The “Nude is Not a Color” shirt joins Salone Monet’s footwear collection featuring three staple styles available in 6 shades of “nude” that speak to the variety of skin tones seen in the world.

The “Window tee” retails for $68 and is available in both black and white and is available online at

In addition to the launch of the “Window tee,” Salone Monet is currently hosting a crowdfunding campaign on With less than a month left for funding, the campaign can be found here.

About Salone Monet

Salone Monet is the founder and creative behind the color-inclusive nude shoe brand Salone Monet. A lifelong passion for shoes turned Salone away from political PR and into a shoe designer. After receiving a degree in Public Communications from American University in Washington, DC, she created digital content for the federal government and trade associations while working at a shoes and accessories boutique.

There she realized the need for color equity amongst nude shoes. Salone learned shoemaking in Brooklyn NY, where she made her first pair of nude heels from scratch. Her color inclusive line has adorned the feet of Beyoncé Knowles, Gabrielle Union, Keke Palmer and a host of other influential people.


Source: Salon Monet, Michele Marie PR