Merging the beauty of sustainable fashion and classic design, the accessories by this Brooklyn-based entrepreneur are anything but disposable.
From unicorn-emblazoned pins proclaiming “Magic is real,” to starry scarves and botanical prints, this sunny shop has something for everyone.
This NYC designer creates eye-catching, easy-to-wear statement jewelry that goes with everything from T-shirts to cocktail dresses.
From her studio in Lithuania, Evelina Dedel crafts beautiful—and durable—handmade children’s clothing using sustainable, eco-friendly materials.
From her just-built yurt in rural Vermont, lingerie designer Hanna Broer stitches up eco-friendly bras and underwear to suit any shape.
Living out his passion for one-of-a-kind and handmade crafts, this self-taught leatherworker creates a dapper line of wallets, belts, and key rings.
Hoping to spend more time on the mat this year? Get inspired with this all-cotton yoga apparel line, named after the Sanskrit word for truth.
Husband and wife team Lucas and Hayley Lepola find inspiration for their upbeat accessories line in the happy events they live through together.
New York jewelry maker Nadirah Bostick believes beautiful things shouldn’t be saved for special occasions—and her ultra-wearable designs are proof.
When the recession knocked them down, these high school sweethearts persevered to keep their family together—and a leather goods business was born.
This eco-friendly metalsmith combines a passion for wedding jewelry with a deep knowledge of sustainably-sourced gemstones.
Two creative sisters with dreams of running their own businesses finally joined forces, bonded by love and a shared passion for leather goods.
For sisters hailing from antiques-centric Lancaster, Pennsylvania, selling vintage jewelry together is as natural as finishing each other’s sentences.
Geography, history, and personal identity come together in this modern, map-focused jewelry line.
Perfectly pared-down pendants, slim stacking rings, and unconventional stud earrings set this chic line of ultra-modern jewelry apart.
Hand-sewn, all-natural, heirloom-quality bags and accessories from beekeeper-turned-leathersmith, Dani Caltik.
When her dad refused to buy her yet another lip gloss, 9-year-old Zandra Cunningham decided to make her own. Today she’s 17, and business is booming.
For this multidimensional Mexico City jeweler, finding her artistic voice meant learning to trust her intuition.
When an economic crisis forced this mother of two out of her business and her home, she used her sewing skills to construct a new life for her family.
Following stints as a miner, waitress, ceramicist, and scallop shucker, Jessica Kramer hit her stride designing ethically sourced raw crystal jewelry.
Toronto-based designer Ashley Alexis McFarlane reimagines traditional African textiles to create her line of modern, playful, multi-purpose garments.