Hella Bay Clothing is a lifestyle brand incepted in 2015 out of the bedroom of owner Teresa Kimbrough. With clothing that mixes sophistication with street culture, Hella Bay Clothing draws it's inspiration from the spirit and streets of the Bay Area. Our clothing is both designed and printed in Oakland, where you can usually find us on the weekends at any one of the local festivals including The Buck at Jack London Square and TreasureFest, amongst others.
This year we had the pleasure of sponsoring the SF Black Film Festival as well as partnering with Make Westing to hold a Fundraiser for the Oakland LGBTQ Community Center. By partnering with other local businesses like Oakbrand USA, 997 NOW, Make Westing, and Solespace, we feel we can add something positive to our community. You can also find Hella Bay Clothing in local stores like Key To The City, and Eye and Hand Society.
We pride ourselves in designing and making quality clothing. We use quality materials and put a lot of love and work into our clothing. Every piece is printed and/or put together with these hands. In 2018 we started selling kids clothing, and love the fact that we now have something for the whole family. From our popular 'Definition of Hella' tee to hats, jackets, and a variety of other styles, you can always find something for that love one that likes to rep the Bay!
Danny Glover showing off his Hella Bay 'Black By Popular Demand' shirt, with SF Black Film Festival organizer Katera Crossley.
Shanberries of 997 NOW in her 'Definition of Hella' shirt. Shan has been supportive of Hella Bay from the jump.