This London jewelry maker went from selling other designers’ work in a popular shop to designing her own line of unique and understated accessories.
Gender equality and an appreciation for children’s imaginations inspire this Swedish designer.
Step inside the magical world of Israeli milliner Maor Zabar.
Etsy sellers are an inventive lot — a fact proven by these wildly creative items crafted from repurposed materials, from guitar strings to book pages.
Meaningful connections with her customers are a constant for this Bay Area metalsmith.
Cindy found her calling for metalsmithing later in life; now she spends her days working with sterling silver in her backyard she-shed.
This bold boho jewelry is made in Athens, Greece, by a tax consultant-turned-metalsmith.
Maternity wear never looked so stylish.
Learn how this laser-cutting designer and machinist got her start.
These BFFs met while studying fashion in college. Now they co-own Vaux Vintage – a collection of timeless minimalist pieces perfect for everyday.
Whimsical creatures and mystery stories inspire this Melbourne maker’s line of jewelry, ceramics, and patterned home goods.
This Haifa, Israel-based designer makes nature-inspired statement jewelry in sizes big and small.
This maker’s passion for wood carving was sparked when she discovered a 2,000-year-old olive tree at an archaeology dig in Turkey.
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?”
Unlucky opals? Soothing emeralds? Joyce and Jenn of Bellflower Bay share a sampling of the fascinating legends attached to traditional birthstones.