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Shop Alex & Ani
Carolyn has created a $1B empire and an even bigger impact. From humble beginnings in Cranston, RI - she’s built a jewelry movement that is a global force for good.
Carolyn believes each piece holds a special energy that can have a positive effect on its wearer. If even a tiny bit of her energy is in every bracelet, we’re going to load up our wrists 🙌
After years of wanting to work together, Cara + Lisa landed on the perfect idea: they were going to bring back the necktie to highlight notable women of the past and present.
They released their original seven pussybows under the name Andieanderin in 2017 and have slowly added to their lineup over the years to include icons like Beyonce, Frida, Dolly Parton, Malala Yousafzai, Melinda Gates, and Oprah.
Each necktie is made of 100% silk and comes with a beautiful illustrated storyboard that highlights the accomplishments of each woman.
AWE Inspired Jewelry's signature piece is the AWE Medallion. Its four teardrops represent the blood, sweat and tears (of sorrow and joy) that define each survivor’s journey. She hopes that by displaying this symbol, it will connect a community of survivors to each other.
What's more to love is every time you buy a piece of AWE, they will donate 20% to a charity of your choice.
Kiley grew up making string friendship bracelets and playing in the woods. As she grew older and after attended art school, she felt a longing to return to creating with her hands. She started integrating things she would have found in the woods like twigs and shells into jewelry pieces and her company, Bainiel was born.
Bainiel is her line of handmade, nature-inspired jewelry and crystals that captures the beauty and darkness of the woods. She mixes in bright colored crystals, rough metal bezels with dark gunmetal patinas to create pieces the Dough team can’t wait to get our hands on.
Shop Beck & Boosh
Beck was an elementary teacher in Alberta, Korea and Nova Scotia for over a decade before she started her brand, Beck & Boosh. She started by selling her jewelry at festivals and now owns her own storefront in Nova Scotia.
Together with her team, they have created a thriving online community and their followers call themselves Booshes, and help her get the word out about the brand and their mission to empower women through unique pieces, some created in house and designed in house then made by companies they know and trust.
Shop Bing Bang
Anna’s background in the blacksmith’s shop inspired the locally-made, Black Label collection. The seasonal statement pieces feature hand-forged details, semi-precious gemstones and beautiful textures for just the right amount of downtown chic.
If you’re looking for something really special, check out her Celestine collection. She’s a big believer in spirituality and was inspired by the stars and celestial bodies. The line launched in October just before the Super Moon. Beautiful work and a beautiful soul. We’re in love.
They currently have over 25 styles, ranging from pom pom slides to leopard smoking slippers.
Vlada believes everyone in the world should wear a hat. She took that belief and created a line of headwear mixing vintage with modern shapes, vibrant colors, and the highest quality of materials.
Growing up in Ukraine, Vlada’s always had a passion for textiles and design, a tradition passed down from her mother. She wasn’t in the hat business exclusively until she took a course at The Fashion Institute of Technology, where she found her true calling.
As she points out, “During the Great Depression, hats were the perfect wardrobe refresher. The stylish accessory allowed women to update their wardrobe without the hefty price tag that came with a new dress or coat”.
ByVlada styles considers her line unisex.
Amy created The Crescendo Group to work with female survivors of armed conflicts and gender-based violence (GBV) to help them gain financial independence by helping them develop a marketplace for their handmade items.
They partner with local NGOs to provide support with shipping logistics, promotions and sales. Empowering these women helps to build up not only their lives, but also attracts more investment into their communities, creating more opportunities and increasing quality of life.
They have 3 partner NGOs in Kosovo and 3 in Washington D.C.. They plan to expand to Albania, Bangladesh, Turkey and Jordan in the near future.
Crossbow has a storefront in downtown Telluride, curating a unique retail experience located. All production happens in the shop, allowing visitors to interact with the makers as products are designed.
Shop Dagne Dover
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Ever find the perfect work bag, only to realize your laptop doesn’t fit inside? Thankfully, those days are over due to the work of Deepa, Jessy, Melissa #squadgoals⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Dagne Dover crafts beautiful bags with intuitive, functional pockets, designed for life in motion. Dreams do come true 🙌🏽⠀⠀
Shop Daniella Shevel
After college, Daniella gathered her belongings, left her hometown of Johannesburg and moved 8,000 miles away to NYC in pursuit of her dream: to become a shoe designer.
She didn’t know anyone in the city and had no formal shoe design experience, but Daniella’s determination brought her to a job in digital marketing. She worked with fashion brands and grew her network and knowledge of the industry.
Now, at 29, she’s launched her namesake shoe brand, all handmade in Italy and dedicated to functional footwear options for the modern, on-the-go woman.
Doxahlogy started in East Nashville (now settled in Seattle!) and boasts some of the most beautiful handmade jewelry for both men and women. Created by Nashville native, Danica, the brand is dedicated to creating an unique and inspiring line of jewelry.
Doxahlogy by definition is an expression of praise. The team over at Doxahlogy believes what you wear can inspire confidence and individuality, therefore the majority of their pieces are one of a kind. The styling team has styled stars like: Kenny Chesney, Darius Rucker and Eli Young Band.
Sister duo, Emily & Anai, have always had a slight obsession with bright, colorful, hand crafted accessories. When they started trading and selling pieces from their personal collection in LA, they didn't realize Emiluna would quickly develop into a brand.
Influenced by the arts and traditions from the Wixarika and Huichol people, Emiluna specializes in artisan made and inspired pieces from Guatemala and Mexico. All of their accessories are ethically sourced, one of a kind, and often feature collaborations with the artists themselves.
Shop Finola Jewelry
Accessories have always filled Veronica’s life: teaching classes, sorting supplies, designing for displays. In 2016, she broke out to design her own line of trendy, but unique pieces of jewelry any woman would be proud to flaunt.
All of Finola’s gorgeous jewelry is made by hand and she uses 14 karat gold-filled wire (hypoallergenic and extremely gentle for skin!) as her base metal. This metal is more expensive than gold plated materials, but less expensive than real gold, which helps keep the prices reasonable without sacrificing quality.
Shop Indigo Pony
At Indigo Pony, Sheena creates handmade, minimalist jewelry. She ensures all of their materials are locally sourced, including precious stones and metals with a mission to provide stylish and affordable jewelry to strong, independent women that want to slay every day.
Shop Jaxx Hound
Tennille has re-imagined the travel dog tote. Her totes offer functional and stylish carriers that not only keep your hound safe and ready for any adventure with you but they also are the perfect compliment to the fashion conscious dog owner.
They also create matching accessories like collars, leashes and waste bag pouches and all of their products are made in the USA.
Shop Jen Zeano Designs
Jen is an adventure seeking flower child. Mexicana and proud, she believes any occasion is good enough to celebrate and will never turn down an opportunity to spread kindness. Her clothing line is a celebration and we've all got an invite to the party. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
In her own words she creates rad things, for free spirits. From tees, to stickers, from throw pillows, to dad hats, there is something for everyone with a wild heart. Gina Rodriguez has even been spotted wearing her Latina Power tee.
Shop Johntines Boutique
Meet Tia. She’s taken her talents for fashion and started Johntines Boutique, an online clothing store that specializes in flattering plus size clothing. Tia hopes that by doing this, it will create a space where women can go to feel and look just as good as their smaller counterparts.
Shop Ladyboss Glasses
Being passionate about empowering women in their careers by supporting their health and well-being led Lauren to create Ladyboss Glasses, a line of gorgeous anti-blue light glasses for the savvy working woman.
This someone ended up being a buyer for the store and she asked if Amanda had a jewelry line. She lied and said yes. A week later, Amanda was back at Fred Segal, with all of the buyers, presenting over 50 new pieces she had made after the initial meeting.
Fred Segal picked up her entire line and soon, she was in all of her favorite LA boutiques including Ron Herman, Madison, Lisa Kline, Kitson. Today, Amanda has made the Forbes 30 Under 30 list and her designs are selling world-wide..
Kaye-Iank doesn’t think that power lies within ourselves. She believes it comes from a higher power, and this is why she created her business, LVB Creations.
LVB stands for Living Victoriously Blessed and her company’s mission is to inspire each person who selected and purchased a bracelet and wear it on their wrist, to remind them where their power lies and reminding you that there is always hope through life’s journey.
Each unique bracelet in her collection stands to be a daily reminder to you that are all victorious and blessed.
Shop Marie Mae Company
After spending a decade advising Fortune 100 clients on how to conduct and facilitate responsible investments in Africa, Jillian created Marie Mae Company, a company that creates gorgeous office supplies for the modern woman.
You can snag her monthly subscription box that includes office goodies along with one hour of business training.
With each piece's organic imperfections, Mahnal's mission is for us to be inspired to slow down and feel again.
Noura and Justine founded mejuri, a Toronto based jewelry venture, that puts the purchasing power in the hands of women, giving us the opportunity to buy contemporary, fine jewelry for accessible prices.
While researching the market, the duo realized it was segmented into two main categories: classic, expensive fine jewelry versus affordable costume jewelry that doesn't last. They designed their brand to give women something in the middle with their collection of rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. The collection starts at only $30 and is capped at $365 for their gorgeous solid gold and diamond flower-shaped studs.
Shop Milo Creations
We’re crushing on Milo’s hand painted jewelry and her statement wool blankets. Her inspiration comes from studying her culture's, the Pueblo of Acoma’s, illustrious potters and her work often shares the stories of her ancestors.
Pictured: the "Whispering Blossoms" wool blanket tells the story of Spring in the Acoma Pueblo Valley, when the land yearns for moisture so the vibrant blossoms of the wildflowers can rise and bloom.
Shop Night Time Holiday
The phrase Night Time Holiday started out as a joke between Brooke and her friends as they dreamed of a time independent from parents and bus schedules.
As Brooke grew older she decided to start a jewelry business to showcase the fun side of accessories and the name Night Time Holiday stuck. She started selling pieces on Etsy and now has a brick and mortar store that ships worldwide. #goals
Shop Our Nomad House
In 2015, Erica and Sara hopped in their trusty turquoise ‘83 Chevy van and hit the road. Loving life with the wind in their hair, the two started making and selling guitar string jewelry to extend their nomadic lifestyle. Our Nomad House was born.
The two continued to create jewelry and roam for several months in their van until Sara decided to return home to Seattle. Erica now continues to create jewelry, each piece a reminder of their epic nomadic adventure. Her collection includes bracelets and rings all made out of guitar strings.
Shop Nu Market
Meet Carolina. She was in China on a Fulbright Grant to write a research paper on ethnic minority women artisans and their impact on the local economy when she came up with the idea for Nu Market, a marketplace featuring traditional handicrafts with modern designs.
With every purchase at Nu Market you reinvest in a women artisan, supporting her traditions handed down from generation to generation.
Shop Inspirations by Jess
Nestled in the mountains of Colorado, Jess spent her days dreaming of starting her own business. When she was diagnosed with cancer, she realized life is too short not to chase your dreams.
She now spends her days creating handmade pieces like dread coils, handmade malas, string art and DIY jewelry kits for her jewelry business, Inspirations by Jess.
Her jewelry kits are especially neat! You can be a novice or an expert and you will be able to create a new piece of your own with ease.