17th & Granville is a clothing line for anyone who wants to look like the best version of themselves. We are a brand that celebrates the beauty and uniqueness of all people, especially those in our BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities.

An image of 17th & Granville owner Donny in the purple choices t-shirt featuring a graphic on the back of the shirt of a man holding a deck of cards that say life coach, generational wealth, support system and therapist. Donny also has a short curly afro with sunglasses on while talking with a masculine customer at the 2023 Capital Pride Festival in DC. The conversation is about 17th & Granville being inclusive, gender neutral and a brand for everyone. We advocate for and empower BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities. In front of Donny there is a table with various 17th & Granville products including the Love You More Summer Edition T-shirt, Black Queer Excellence T-shirt and Orange 17th & Granville Signature Shorts. In the background there are various patrons enjoying the festival.

Everyone deserves to feel comfortable and confident in their own skin. We believe that everyone deserves to wear what makes them feel good about themselves, no matter what anyone else thinks. Our goal is to provide affordable clothing that allows you to do just that—to express yourself without breaking the bank.

A photograph of the lobby of Arena Stage during a BIPOC event called "Melanincon". There are various people setting up their vending stations, and Donny is in the lower right hand corner with a brown short sleeve shirt. To the right of Donny is a clothing rack filled with 17th & Granville merchandise.

17th & Granville is for the risk takers, the creatives, and everyone who feels like they don’t fit into society’s narrow view of what it means to be human. When we say “For Those That Are Out There,” we mean it—because we know there’s no better feeling than discovering your own personal style and knowing that it reflects exactly who you are.

Relationships: BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and Community Engagement