Two creative sisters with dreams of running their own businesses finally joined forces, bonded by love and a shared passion for leather goods.
This designer makes kids the stars of their own imaginations with the help of her vibrant DIY costume patterns.
Great style is not a numbers game—and these five vintage clothing shops (with ample options in a range of sizes) prove it.
The careful, quality-conscious makers behind this handcrafted leather accessories shop know that all good things are worth the wait.
From a backyard shed in Somerset, England, Kara Leigh Ford creates her soothing line of nature-inspired ceramics.
April Rissell designs vintage-inspired flower crowns and hair accessories for brides who share her appreciation of bygone eras.
What started as an escape from the constraints of the fashion industry soon became a creative coup for this body positive designer and vintage seller.
Jayme Sloan Hennel finds her sweet spot with cheerfully cheeky greeting cards and gifts.
Graphic designer and recipe blogger Amy Roth has parlayed her passion for food into a thriving photography business.
Gemologist Gillian Griffiths stocks statement-making antique jewels in a shop beloved by new brides, diamond collectors, and vintage seekers alike.
Designer Katerina Gray encourages kids to develop a unique personal style at a young age with her line of whimsical, creative jewelry.
A passion for connecting current trends with timeless styles from the past shapes Amy Yee’s carefully curated vintage emporium.
Designer Lane Huerta’s colorful children’s playwear inspires kids to discover their own superpowers and imagine their own destinies.
Designer Erin Flett creates an eye-popping line of textiles that embody her love of color and pattern.
Reinvigorate your wardrobe with this collection of jewelry must-haves.