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We're fangirling over Nexus and her nail elixirs from 25th & June. "I've always had big hair, a big heart, and big ideas. So when I started 25th & June Nail Elixir on my bedroom floor, I did it with nothing but a passion for all-things-pretty, my pure obsession with nail polish, and a desire to create something bigger than myself."
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She wanted something effective, safe, non-toxic and cruelty free to use in the bath, so she went to her kitchen and started mixing. Little did she know, she was creating Abida’s Essence.
The line features body and feminine care products perfect for every woman without all of the extra chemicals.
She’s passionate about spreading knowledge on holistic feminine wellness so more women are empowered to make informed decisions about their bodies.
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Scouting for fashion finds at the age of 10, Angela, encountered her first fashion fix: hot pants. Determined to turn her passion into a career, the native New Yorker later enrolled at FIT and simultaneously landed a job at one of NYC’s premiere boutiques where she would eventually become the head buyer. She went on to found the iconic Alice & Trixie.
Fun Fact: the collection was named as a playful tribute to the heroines of the 1950’s sitcom, The Honeymooners.
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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 🙌
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While teaching one of her daughters the alphabet, Beck decided to create a more personalized A to Z to create meaningful conversations around each of those 26 letters we all know and love.
She shared her alphabet illustrations on Instagram and soon Alphabet Legends was born. There is an entire collection of books, each with their own themes such as Fashion Legends and Little Legends. Our favorite should be no surprise, it's The Lady Legends.
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.
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At Andie, Melanie and her team are on a mission to design swimsuits with fabric, cut, details, and, most important, an at-home try-on experience that guarantee smiles and comfort rather than tears. Designed with the input of thousands of women, Andie offers free shipping, exchanges and returns so that you can try on at home and keep only what you love.
Ambika and her team make it simple to refresh your wardrobe. As a member you rent four curated pieces of clothing for $149/month, delivered straight to your door. Exchange for new styles of high-end items whenever you’re ready. The result: a polished style, without any of the time or effort.
Since the business opened, it’s become more than that and has blossomed into Meagan’s own way of slowing down to spend some time with herself and to create products that encourage other moms to do the same. Her hope is that her products will be what stops moms at the end of a hectic day so they can take some time to relax.
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.
A few years back, Jennifer asked herself, “Why can’t I find the best selection of fashionable activewear all in one place?” To find her answer, she did what any woman would do if she wants something done right—she did it herself.
A holistic approach to your health, BellaBeat is so much more than steps and sleep. Taking into consideration your mental health along with your physical health, the app features guided meditations, stress sensitivity, and a menstrual tracker. What’s more to love, you can wear BellaBeat as a necklace, bracelet, or clip without sacrificing your style.
Shop The Bee and The Fox
The Bee and the Fox was created by wife and husband duo, Ashley and Willy, the first project they've collaborated on, besides raising their two boys.
While Ashley was creating stunning photographs, Willy craved a career that allowed him to feel as happy as his wife's photography made her. With their talents combined The Bee and The Fox was born. Together, they create clothing for adults and little ones, home decor and one of a kind photography prints.
In 2011 Beauty Bakerie started as a passion project while Cashmere was battling breast cancer. Before she started crafting cruelty-free, makeup, she put herself through college and nursing school, while being a single mother. Through all her hardship, her mission is to be sweet and sweeten the lives of others.
Now, she's grown the indie makeup brand to a $5M empire and her makeup has been spotted on both Beyonce and Cardi B. She embodies positivity and the girl boss hustle.
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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.
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Meet Janeya of Be Transcendent. She hand crafts skincare products with 100% natural oils and organic ingredients with no preservatives, added dyes, fillers or unnecessarily added fragrances.
Their collections are crafted for three skin types and feature ingredients like honey, ylang-ylang oil, safflower oil, linoleic acid, frankincense oil, aloe vera gel and white beeswax.
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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.
Shop Blue Sage Eco Boutique
Inspired by the way candles have the power to change the energy of a room, Christina started hand pouring her own. Her eco-friendly and handcrafted candles promote personal growth, peace and prosperity. What's not to love?
Passionate about our environment, Christina creates products that are earth friendly, made well and affordable.
Meet Taran and Bunny. Two sisters who asked themselves a few questions. Why is the way the world treats periods so weird, maybe even wrong? Is the silent treatment society gives periods and puberty, somehow connected to the shame girls grow up feeling about their bodies?
They founded Blume to de-stigmatize periods and create the next generation of confident, tenacious and conscious women. Their mission is to create a new generation of thriving, informed young women who are eager to become the very best version of themselves. Yes, queens!
At 53, after seeing all that the current market has to offer, she decided to create her own line of sleepwear that has support for women who have fuller bust lines and trim frames.
Leveraging her Kickstarter campaign to perfect the sizing, Sandra has created a product she is proud of and will soon introduce a new Busty Bride Nighty to her line.
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When a close friend got sick and they couldn’t find the right thing to send her to make her feel like they were there, Chelsea + Jenni + Sabena got the idea for their gifting company, BOXFOX.
The trio created a simple platform where you pick a gift that’s insta-ready and personal. Choose from a thematic option, expertly curated option or build a custom gift box. They top each gift with a handwritten note and ship around the world.
B.Yellowtail’s brand values reflect Bethany’s Apsaalooke (Crow) & Tsetsehestahese & So’taeo’o (Northern Cheyenne) tribal heritage. Their mission is to celebrate ancestral tradition through contemporary Native America clothing. It's all in their motto: Indigenously Designed for All.
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.
Lilly + My were having a glass of wine at dinner when the idea for Calivolve was hatched. With all of the new research on benefits of CBD and cannabis coming out, the pair wondered how to make cannabis as socially acceptable as a glass of wine.
My + Lilly combined their years of finance experience and dove into the new market to create Calivolve, a luxury cannabis marketplace that features dark chocolate CBD truffles infused with adaptogens and superfoods to make them restorative and nourishing.
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After the 2016 election, feminist besties Randi + Sarah joked about wanting a feminist clubhouse. Fast forward to to having a storefront in New York where they sell books, gifts, apparel and prints.
Not in New York? The pair also curates a subscription book box where each month you’ll get a handpicked book, a fun feminist-y gift, and activism materials outlining steps to create real change.
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Leah had been ordering them on Etsy when she realized she could buy fabric and whip a pair herself in twenty minutes. Soon, Chaboukie was brought to life.
Chaboukie is a responsibly made, fashion-forward, unisex, overall awesome baby and toddler clothes.