Catherine and Nate’s designs are inspired by nature and their off-the-grid lifestyle in British Columbia.
For illustrator and screenprinter Jessica Duthu, the path to success wasn’t a straight line, but the journey was well worth it.
Organic shapes and sustainable materials set Melissa Tyson’s dazzling jewelry designs apart.
What’s inside these terrarium necklaces? Real moss and feathers, of course.
Never underestimate a determined woman with a sewing machine.
There’s a reason Angela’s feminine, ruffly lingerie evokes ballerinas: before launching her collection, she worked at the New York City Ballet.
Jill started down her creative path with one question: “Which career designs cereal boxes?”
Take a tour of metalsmith and maker Leah Staley’s studio.
What started as a self-taught exploration in making feathered jewelry led to a full-fledged fashion line for this Montreal-based designer.
After being stopped again and again about her monogrammed pouches, accessories designer Jill Brodeur decided to open shop.
With a focus on creating jewelry that inspires change in the wearer, Amy Waltz and her team hope to inspire change in the world.
The seed for Emma’s thriving leather goods business began with inspiring behind-the-scenes photos shared by makers on Instagram.
After learning the complex art of making handbags in Italy, Abigail created her own signature line of modern, minimal accessories.
When Inga felt the warm and fuzzy texture of alpaca wool for the first time, inspiration struck.
A knitting machine and a lot of inspiration were all this maker needed to launch a line of unique accessories.
Meet the creative trio behind the artful screen-printed apparel line, Carousel Ink.
This children’s clothing designer has come a long way since teaching herself how to sew back in 2007.
From antique engagement rings to vintage lockets, this Brooklyn-based jewelry enthusiast has amassed quite a collection.
“When I see a beautiful locket, I imagine the girl it belonged to. What was she like? Who was her best friend? I’m hopelessly nostalgic.”