What We Do

We are a skateboarding brand entirely made by women.

We design ungendered clothes and accessories for everyone.

We support all the minorities including women, LGBT community, POC and people with disabilities, aiming to create a bigger space for them within subcultures, specialising in skateboarding. 

Part of the profit of everything we sell goes to different organisations that help women and disadvantaged youth through skateboarding, education and other types of support.

Part of the profit of the Autumn collection will be donated to Concrete Jungle Foundation.

CJF is an international non-profit organisation that uses skateboarding as a tool to stimulate positive personal and social development for underprivileged youth. Our donations will go towards their next full-scale international project, which will take place in Luanda, Angola. The Luanda Skatepark Project will involving constructing the country‚Äôs very first skatepark in the capital city of Luanda, providing complementary boards and safety equipment to the community and implementing a skateboarding programme for local youth in the area.


Part of this collection also a special collaboration with Visibility, a local charity that supports people with sensory loss in Scotland. A percentage of the profit of one of our collaboration T-shirts, specifically designed for Visibility, will be donated to this organisation to support people with blindness and vision loss. As part of their programme for young people, Visibility organise activities to build new skills and encourage independence, and we will be working with them to provide skateboarding sessions for blind youth.

Interviews: 

Highsnobiety

i-D

Skateism

Refinery29

Kink

Skinny Mag




Please e-mail us at doyenneskateboards@gmail.com if you need any information about sizes and international postage.