The Lodge is a Men's Accessory and Grooming company with a focus on American craftsmanship. We make and sell our own line of Leather Goods, Cold weather Accessories and Fragrances, as well as curate from approximately 75 different makers across the United States. We have a shop in NYC's East Village, an online business, and do occasional popups to bring our Men's Goods to new audiences.
TM1985 is a Brooklyn based Designer and maker of men's and women's fine leather + canvas accessories inspired by utility, quality and longevity. Started in 2010, TM1985 uses only top quality, US sourced materials and produces every bag in the united states, just over the Hudson River in New Jersey.
When Brooklyn-born Nick Rozar visited Ukraine to learn more about his roots, he was exposed to Hutsul wood art in the Carpathian Mountains of western Ukraine.
Amazed by the craftsmanship, Nick was inspired to find a way to bring this art into a Western context. While most of the art produced in Ukraine is ornamental — decorative plates, jewelry boxes, tables — Nick knew this was not the way to reach people back home.
After a trip to Ukraine, Nick was with friends in Brooklyn. One of his friends was wearing a pair of wooden sunglasses. They looked cool, were sturdy, and … bare and unfinished. The idea struck him: they were blank canvases!
And so the idea was conceived later that day: Hetmans Sunglasses — art you wear.
I started making pillows because I was trying to decorate and couldn't find anything that fit my style... I'm would say I'm mostly inspired by textures and fabrics but one of my pillows is inspired by one of my favorite mugs :)
We are Byk & Fisch and the pursuit of luxury compels our every endeavor; it is our singular motivation from the first stitch to the last and each and every thread pass in between. We strive to blend traditional techniques with modern materials to provide a new pocket square experience.
Byk & Fisch are a husband and wife team with over two decades of combined sewing, design, and international luxury expertise. Fueled by curiosity, the couple spends much of their free time traveling and discovering the world. Along with their three rambunctious cats, the couple calls New York City their home.
Africa-inspired Furniture, Accessories & Designs. Soured from artisans on the continent as well as handmade in Brooklyn, NY.
SOFIA RAMSAY WAS BORN WEARING PEARLS.
Pink ears tipped with tiny frothy orbs, secured with screw-backs carefully lacquered shut with clear nail polish to dissuade fidgeting, to teach permanence. Tiny white dots punctuate large family portraits, generations of women who never left the house without something on their ears. This pointedly feminine virtue showed her the inherent sentimentality of jewelry; and it was the immediate bond between object and wearer that forms in that space so close to your skin, that drew her to the art of metalsmithing. Upon discovering the magic of metal, her aesthetic matured through geometric constructions. She strives to push the boundaries of conventional taste through the manipulation of this material.
Sofia graduated from Pratt Institute in 2010 with a BFA in Jewelry and Fine Metals. She excelled in the world of mass market fashion jewelry before leaving the industry to pursue a private studio practice in Brooklyn. Here, the designer is able to explore techniques and create original designs in production for her namesake label. The brand continues to grow through partnerships with organizations like American Design Club and Young & Able, as well as collaborations with accounts like Of a Kind and Lou & Grey, to name a few.
The concept of MeDusa came to life in 2009, when Israeli designers Gili Rozin Tamam and Adi Gal searched for a way to bring innovative textiles into the fashion and accessories industry. They were driven by the desire to create something completely new in the fashion accessory market, to take a relatively well-known material and use it in a groundbreaking and innovative way.
Medusa offers contemporary urban designed bags and accessories, playing imaginatively with contrast between classic shapes and non-traditional materials. We have a unique engraving technique that results in a distinctive, 'one of a kind' look. MeDusa seamlessly blends vintage shapes with modern textures, designing contemporary urban styles with a knack for the edgy details.
Beyond style, MeDusa takes pride in the fact that all its designs are handmade and manufactured locally (in Tel Aviv) from recycled materials (vinyl flooring recycled PVC) that can be recycled again in the future
All our bags are 100% vegan, cruelty-free and made in eco-friendly environment.
Named after the infamous Greek deity, and the Hebrew word for “jellyfish”, MeDusa is dominantly influenced by the all the beautiful colors and patterns found in sea life.
We won the first prize of handbag de sign award in NYC then moved on to work with Jennifer Lopez, Lily Collins, and a few bloggers. We are always looking for excitement in our work.
We are classic souvenir shop with a Gowanus twist. Most everything is custom made by local artists and makers, and everything celebrates the toxic beauty and history and legends of the canal.
Every piece of Muddy River’s knit armor – the staples and the statements – is handmade, designed, and crafted with care by Allison Becker. Born in suburban St. Louis, land of the Birkenstock and North Face, it took many pimply, awkwardly years for Allison to harness the power of being different.
Her designs are inspired by the individuality and uncommon fashion of Bushwick, Brooklyn where each Muddy River piece is made. A cozy earth tone palette compliments each unique and versatile design. A piece from Muddy River Knits will help you define your style and defend your voice. Because cozy doesn’t have to mean cushy.
loloplant is an independent, small business selling cacti and other succulents potted in vintage and repurposed vessels. we're obsessed with cacti and hope to spread that obsession with these perfectly potted, apartment sized (and cute!) plant friends. All loloplants are potted in vintage or repurposed vessels. This means not only are you helping the environment by purchasing reclaimed items, but each plant/vessel duo is one of a kind. Every plant is thoughtfully placed in a unique, handpicked vessel. loloplants are sourced in various places, including Texas, California, and Colombia. They are cared for by the founder in an apartment setting, allowing the plants to become accustomed to an environment similar to where they will eventually call home.
loloplant was founded by Lauren Williams a long island native, now living in Brooklyn. After spending dozens of weekends collecting interesting cacti and obsessing over unique pottery, her apartment quickly filled with prickly friends. She started giving them as gifts to (human) friends who didn't want to deal with the whole process of buying soil, pottery, etc to put together a store bought cactus. Turning hobby/obsession into possible new career, Lauren created loloplant. Working full time in the fashion industry, she decided to use loloplant as a respite from her daily life and as a way to ground herself after a rough day.
Querencia Studio uses a multidisciplinary approach to address the social, environmental and human rights issues within the fashion industry. Using the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals as framework, our projects utilize a “Place Based” approach.
Who, what, where, why and how are all considered in the creative and production process. We’re collaborators by nature and our network crosses through the most important industries and sectors that, together, can help bridge fashion and sustainability.
The process, to us, is the product. What we create is not just the physical pieces we sell. It's also the change we leave behind, the people and places that got us there and the impact we've had on them.
Querencia is a metaphysical concept, an idea, that within us all, and within the natural and supernatural worlds, we have a safe place, a haven. By bringing together the scientific and creative communities, we're facilitating a dialogue on the future of fashion.
Vitae London is the watch brand changing lives. With each watch sold we support a child through education for a year in South Africa.
We are MAKERS MARKET, a place for handcrafted home goods with a focus on textiles.
We are makers, but more importantly we are longtime friends who met in NYC, live in Brooklyn and hail from Scotland. Having spent years working together for an iconic fashion brand, we share a deep knowledge of the industry. Wanting the chance to create something for ourselves, we sought a platform to develop and celebrate our shared unique design sensibilities, passion for home goods, and textiles.
Thus MAKERS MARKET was born.
Our goal is to create products that are modern, functional, pleasing to the eye, and thoughtful in every aspect of their fabrication. Using environmentally friendly materials and producing our goods locally are important values for us. In a seemingly endless market of seasonably disposable accessories we wanted a place to go for functional home goods, that could be produced locally with responsible and craft driven methods in mind.
Our website serves as a showcase for our products and in time those of other like-minded Makers. We believe in the power of community, hence our name, and through collaborating with homegrown suppliers and vendors we seek to encourage a ground-based network of design, creativity, trade and fabrication.
For now, we launch with one product; The Cosy - used in every Scottish household to keep the contents of the teapot warm, a job it’s been doing since 19th century Britain.
We’ve updated the cosy to make it a staple in 21st century American households. Inspired by the Heath Ceramic teapot, Chemex® pour over coffee maker, and the Bodum® French Press, we want to re-create the cosy with our modern aesthetic.
Our prints are designed in Brooklyn and screen-printed by us upstate and at times here in Brooklyn. We have both spent years developing print driven collections, Olga is a designer with a particular love for denim and Angela is a textile designer so prints are part of our DNA.
Eventually we will have a full collection of Handcrafted Home Goods, but in the meantime we are designing one room at a time - Kitchen first.
-Olga Joan + Angela Martin
Nothing damages your pride—or ruins your outfit—faster than wiping out on an icy sidewalk. Mynxx lets ladies rock their cute shoes in wet weather without the risk of a fall. These flexible, water resistant, rubber ice grips for shoes fit snugly over flats, loafers, and boots with low heels to help gain traction in slick conditions. Unlike snow boots, they don’t add bulk. Mynxx are streamlined and low profile— often barely noticeable. Though they are compact, they have enough stability to keep you upright. Stainless steel spikes— coated in titanium nitride, to extend their life—line the soles to help anchor you in a dusting of snow, or in icy or rainy weather. Founder Veronica Barrow is a fashion conscious architect who was tired of navigating icy New York streets in her fashionable footwear. After she AND two friends all wiped out together on New Year’s Eve, she began drafting ideas to solve this style versus safety problem. Mynxx fold up easily and store in a travel pouch—perfect for commuters to stash away when they arrive at their destination. Thanks to Mynxx, you and your shoes will still look good while avoiding a wipeout.
Qetia is a collection of jewelry and accessories designed and crated by Katie Shindela.
The Qetia collection had created in 2012.
Qetia signature line is Raindrops. Delicately hand-crafted with 14k gold filled, fine beads and gems. These simple design requires experience fine work to reach Qetia peaces look.
Each Qetia peace blends couture elements, years of experience from luxury jewelry and next new design that quickly attracts customers.
The collection features fine glass seed beads, semi-precious stones, sterling silver and gold filled components. Each design is backed with suade that makes pieces exceptionally lightweight and comfortable to wear.
MADE IN US
Qetia is proud to make all off our products right here in the U.S.A.
By making things at home we make jobs here too.
One small & stylish step for mankind, one giant leap for socks.
I make ceramics, jewelry, and home goods out of various materials. A small percentage of my business is focused on selling vintage goods and clothing to round the whole thing out. I'm currently working on ceramic jewelry, along with some textile design such as marbling.
Based in Brooklyn, New York, we design and build handcrafted one ofa kind furniture and home goods made from high quality ethically sourced materials. We design through an artist's lens to create furniture that is the meeting point of utility and art. Untitled Co offers wood products that are personal: made meticulously by experienced hands with hand tools, to ensure quality and originality. Our products are intended for everyday use and made to last you a lifetime.
Behind the scenes, we are a Sculptor & Art Director duo partners in life & in our love of well curated spaces and thoughtful goods. Untitled Co is our collaborative passion project that we are hoping to turn into a career of rewarding work.
Natural Abstract is your one stop shop for beautiful handmade silver and gold designer jewelry Inspired by the complex beauty of nature and the abstract lines of modernism, and made for everyday wear. From simple stack rings to a one of a kind pendant, there is something for every jewelry lover.
We are a Japanese artisan design duo handcrafting metal-art by Masumi Hayashi and woodwork by Ryu Iida in our Brooklyn-based studio.
As artists, designers and craftsman, we share over 10 years experience in the art of metalwork and woodwork. We honor the process of “thinking with our hands” and embrace fine detail found in art, craft and design. We work in unison, creating metal and woodwork merged into jewelry, objects and furniture designs that engage the spirit of personal adventure. Through an exchange of ideas, we experiment with organically inspired materials to fashion fresh forms and evoke curiosity.
LIO and LINN is modern by nature of its organic evolution. We honor unique materials, as well as the collectors who live with and wear our artisan designs. Custom design is a welcome option for all our collections.
Thinking with our hands...our creative curiosity lives in our designs.
“Iʼm going to see the world”...LIO and LINN handcrafts and explores our life joy.
I have always been a hunter gatherer of vintage furniture and enjoyed refurbishing and reupholstering of my finds as a hobby, which first lead me to do projects for friends and eventually to start my own refurbishing/reupholstery business. Breathing new life into old furniture pieces is my passion.
I've been designing and making ceramic housewares for over 8 years in New York. The pleasure of making things by hand shows. I make planters, lamps, bowls, trays, and other durable items designed for daily use. All items are made by me right here in NYC. Craft brings life into a world of manufactured goods.
rayo & honey combines black popular culture with a clean modern design aesthetic.
My intent is to create goods that not only add adornment to patrons personal spaces but also to craft:
Text that prompts emotion in a work space.
Words that conjure sentiment in a living space.
Phrases that inspires magic in a children’s space.
Bold crisp text reminiscent of pop art motifs while incorporating a modern element, my pennants are each cut, pieced and designed by my hands, in a Brooklyn NY studio, utilizing 100% organic cotton for pennants, black cotton bias tape for hang string, oak for hang rods and laser cut felt for letters.
where are the phrases from?
With rayo & honey, I dip into the crates for iconic hip hop lyrics, Black & Latino pop-culture references, inspirational mantras and wondrous quotes that are motivational to Me.
Each product combines cultural consciousness, subtle hand crafted details, and a mixture of textures.
Black & Latino popular culture is rarely seen in interior home decor.
The affirmations tucked into the frames of mirrors, taped on the inside of cabinet doors and hung on the walls of my childhood home were encouraging but it never felt like they were for me.
Those beautiful accolades did not “speak to me”.
It is my hope that rayo & honey decor will compliment patrons spaces as well as encourage and inspire one to surround themselves with things that speak to our collective past & socially conscious future.
how are pennants crafted?
Each pennant is cut from a pattern, a double seam is made by pressing, then sewing, and pressing again. Letters are die cut from felt, laid out, measured, then permanently affixed.
Oak dowels are cut and sanded into hang sticks.
Black cotton twill is measured, cut, and double knotted onto the hang stick.
Hello and welcome!
I am an artist and tote bag designer in 365ohproject.
365ohproject means how to overcome homesickness in 365days.
I would like to share the positive message and want to encourage people through my work.
I draw different cities that I visited and print tote bags by my hand using fabric silkscreen ink. All work is limited edition and very special.
-Yousun Min, Founder & Artist
I am a passionate creator. Crystals and jewelry I make using eco friendly materials are always different one from another. I love the idea of creating one of a king pieces for unique people, since we are all one of a kind as well. I stand for self discovery. Wishing to people to look inside and explore our soul like the universe with all those galaxies and planets and stars. Also in my work I use real flowers and crushed stones. Those are as well have a stories of inspiration and beauty.
Jammie Waldron is the owner and maker of Harlem Soap, An all natural goat milk soap company. He also co-owns Harlem Heirloom with boyfriend Tyler Trinh. Together they curate scents from plant based essential oils that scent their amazing soy candles. Both companies are based in Harlem, NY with ingredients sourced locally and organic where possible. Tyler and Jammie share a passion to create beautiful things for the home; with backgrounds in visual merchandising and years of experience.
Lil' Icon is a design company to make you think...and wink! Founded in 2017, much of the inspiration comes from the background of its founder, Rajiv Fernandez. Ethnically Indian, born and raised in Iowa and Nebraska with an Hispanic last name (oh yeah, and his middle name is John), Rajiv was raised to embrace the diverse perspective. He's lived around the world from Buenos Aires to Bangalore to Brooklyn, where he currently resides and is a practicing architect. One Christmas, he made a bespoke book for his nephew Ramsey comparing their idiosyncrasies. It was a hit! Two-year old Ramsey read it cover-to-cover and his parents laughed at the tongue-in-cheek jokes. This was the spur for a series of comical books comparing kids' and adults' play on words. An array of products is in the works that combine humor, culture, and iconographic imagery. Lil' Icon sets out to make you laugh, make you think, and make you wink!
Locknesters are a new kind of designer toy. They are the result of a fascination with unconventional geometries and a desire to make toys that encourage interaction. They could be thought of as three-dimensional jigsaw puzzles, each model can be taken apart and assembled, used as a challenge to friends or a distraction from work. Locknesters love to be displayed and are great at livening up a room, we hope you like them.
Made in Brooklyn.
A handcrafted line of hair and skincare products.
Iwona Ludyga Design is a journey of color, texture, and shape. As a Brooklyn-based company creating unique handmade jewelry locally, each piece is made with care and skill using inventive combinations of materials and styles distinctive to the ï LD look.
Through the years Iwona kept studying and broadening her skills, learning ancient braiding and weaving techniques to enrich her designs. Mixing various textures and elements including solid gold, glass, bone, horse hair, and brass, are just some characteristics that define her trademark style. Through this evolution, Iwona has always stayed true to her aesthetic core and beliefs: creating beautiful hand crafted personal jewelry.
At Perry Boyce, we believe top quality home goods and textiles shouldn't be out of a modern professional's price range. That’s why we’ve developed a lifestyle brand that offers high-caliber products that both you and I can afford. By using the finest hand-poured materials and crafting our items in small batches, we’re able to achieve our vision of giving style conscious individuals access to an affordable urban luxury lifestyle.
Meaning “star in the hand”, Izaskun was always destined to create jewelry that aims to capture the subtle influences of the cosmos.
Born in the Basque Country, she moved to New York where she was awarded the Elsa Peretti/ Tiffany scholarship for Excellence in Jewelry Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology, and later earned a Business Degree and Creative Enterprise Ownership Diploma.
In 2013, with several years in the industry behind her, Izaskun Zabala set out to finally design her own jewelry line the way she envisioned it: chic, but with an edge. She now designs insightful collections inspired by the world around her and the cosmic forces that impact our daily lives.
THE LABEL is a minimalist fashion brand offering a capsule collection in modern, simple styles. The collection offers authentic quality clothing for women who want to build a classic wardrobe with timeless pieces. THE LABEL is designed and based in New York City.
Lucia Pearl Jewelry blends fashion with contemporary design plus a bit of engineering to offer unique jewelry pieces that are smart, elegant, versatile, and completely handmade.
The debut collection, aptly titled "Pipe Dreams" is a direct reflection of the designer's urban surroundings- inspired by sparkling skylines, subway tunnels, and street style, Pipe Dreams is all about having high hopes for the big city.
Lucia's latest project "Maalem + Maalema" (Arabic for "master + master") is a collaboration with Moroccan master engraver, Mohammed Benjebara. The two met during an artist residency in Fes, Morocco, and have been collaborating on jewelry pieces ever since.
I have always loved to engage with design, technology and materials, including clay, glass, plaster, wood and paint. Working with these materials has always felt like a celebration.
Studying Industrial Design at the Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem was a natural and logical choice for me. We studied product design, focusing on purpose, function, proportions, context, materials and explored production technologies.
After graduation, I worked in set design in theater and television for 10 years. At the same time I began to devote more and more time to ceramics with a direct hands on approach to design.
The majority of my work is done on a potter's wheel: bowls, cups, plates, vases, teapots etc. Once the piece is thrown I add my own photographs, choosing images of texture and recognizable images from nature. The photos that I take and use, feature my hands, my beautiful cousin Tal’s mouth, a woman’s eyes, trees, spiderwebs ,and dry cracked earth. Humor, has always been a serious matter for me and I am looking for that extra wink to add to my work. I hope you will appreciate the joy this brings to my work.
From start to finish, my work is handmade in Brooklyn, NY and my focus is on the overall design and functionality.
My ceramic work is designed for everyday use, including the oven, dishwasher and microwave. All the glazes and colors I use are completely food safe.
Seed To Stitch is a thoughtfully curated collection of women's clothing and accessories.
We feature Indian brands that are dedicated to ethical and sustainable practices in the fashion industry. Our goal is to make ethical more approachable and affordable by providing a better alternative to modern shopping. Clothing and accessories featured here can be traced from seed to stitch in the entire production process: inclusive, fair, and responsible sourcing of handmade fabrics to in-house design and assembly of products.
Seed To Stitch is based in Northern New Jersey.
Nitelyfe Pins offers a diverse and high quality line of metal lapel pins. Our designs are rooted in and inspired by Pop culture, Comics, Anime, Graffiti & New York culture.
Simulacra are representations of a thing, or representations of representations, lost from the original idea. Perhaps in this space of artifice lies truth that can either resonate with the original or completely disavow from it to create something new.
We wanted to be honest that everything in the present is shaped by the past and continues to shape the future, paying homage to the influence of time. A proud humility.
Our brand sources environmentally sustainable materials produced in Montreal, using organic cotton, bamboo viscose, and recycled polyester. The cotton is grown and spun in India, GOTS certified. The bamboo is grown and processed in a closed-loop system from China. The polyester is recycled from the USA. They are incredibly luxurious, comfortable, and beautiful materials. Our clothes are manufactured in NYC’s very own Garment Center. We have developed a relationship with a 3-person team of pattern-maker, sample-maker, and sewing contractor who could not be more dedicated and talented.
Dirty Mermaid Beauty is a natural bath, body, skincare range blended in Brooklyn.
Born and raised in Charleston West Virginia, I grew up with a passion for nature, movement, and making things with my hands. Upon graduating from West Virginia University with a degree in Fashion Design, I moved to Brooklyn, NY and had the privilege of working for incredible design houses such as Tibi, Nicole Miller, and Vince Camuto. In 2014 I fulfilled my 200 hour RYT certification with Yoga Vida, and continued to teach Vinyasa at Crown Heights’ Brooklyn Yoga Collective.
In 2015 I took a break from the garment industry in order to follow my passions of teaching sewing and yoga, and work on my own custom design projects. I launched Shop R.Arceneaux on Etsy and participated as a vendor with Brooklyn Artists and Fleas, Brooklyn Maker’s Market and FAD Market.
My designs are a combination of accessories and jewelry inspired by recent travels to the southeastern United States, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and the National Parks of Utah; articulating my experiences through fresh prints, pops of color, clean lines, and utilitarian shapes.
Brooklyn Based ethically sourced earth magic. 100% synthetic Free Aromatherapy Candles, Ritual Salts, Infused Palo Santo, Holistic Remedies, Diffusers, Synergies, Natural Perfumes and Crystals.
Brooklyn landscape painter specializing in brownstones bridges and Coney Island. I have an every growing array of close to 100 my images on coasters of iconic Brooklyn spots. I also offer prints on paper and canvas as well as originals.
Luca Chiara is a New York City and Hudson Valley based company specializing in fine accessories for men and women. Our Italian-inspired, American-designed products are made of proven durable materials such as water-resistance nylon, cotton canvas, water repellent acrylic coated rip stop and soft grained vegan leather.
We craft all of our products with great pride and ingenuity. Most credit cards, ATM cards and passports have digitally-coded computer chips that contain sensitive information that can be unknowingly stolen from a distance. That said, our wallets and passport cases offer RFID blocking from identity thief, unauthorized credit card use and other cyber banking crimes. These products are soft, flexible and thin despite being literally lined with steel.
As an environmentally conscious company, we only use soft-grained vegan leather. Oftentimes, real leather uses a tremendous amount of dyes, chemicals and tints to get shades even. These treatments are extremely polluting and harsh on the planet. Our products are designed to be fashionable and functional for the hectic lifestyle of the 21-century but are based on 19-century old-world quality. The owner's great grandfather and great great grandfather, Luca and Donato Chiara, began their business in 1902 when they opened a small shoe store in Italy. Many years later after coming to the United States, they continued their craft in the New York area.
Fast forward 100 years to the current owner and grandson of Luca Chiara. After having worked for over 25 years with several big name brands like; Kenneth Cole, Ben Sherman and Bloomingdale's, he decided to translate his experience in the accessory industry and continue the family tradition by launching the brand to honor his ancestors.
Bird + Stone is a made-in-NYC socially conscious jewelry brand that uses jewelry as a funding vehicle to donate to organizations fighting inequality. We work in partnership with the UN Foundation to help fight the barriers that 62 million face getting to school and most recently, with Planned Parenthood of NYC to help fund reproductive healthcare for all people regardless of income. We are proud to use jewelry and gift-giving as an opportunity to spark conversations for social causes and we provide information, stats, and ways to engage with these organizations on every piece of packaging.
Kate Durkin illustration is a design studio that focuses on clean, modern illustrations with a playful sensibility. Our line of plush toys and modern decor is perfect for the nursery, living room, or bedroom, and make ideal gifts for baby showers and birthdays.
Our plush animals feature Kate's original illustrations digitally printed on a linen cotton fabric blend, with a sweetly matching cotton print on the back. Our printer uses non-toxic, water-based inks that are child safe, and each pillow is stuffed with a super soft, all polyester filling.
Our fine art prints are Kate's delightful illustrations done in pen and ink and digitally colored. They are printed with archival inks on a 100% cotton rag paper, giving each image a smooth, soft and vibrant look. prints are available in two sizes to accommodate any wall.
Kate works and lives in Queens, New York. She is inspired daily by her husband Lenny and daughters Lily, 4 and Ada, 2.
Hello, I'm Christina Scott designer and creative director of Gra Designs, a line of fine and beaded jewelry founded in 2013. I was born in Ireland and Gra means 'love' or 'beloved' in my native language. Each unique piece combines the bohemian and modern aesthetic that defines the line. Inspiration ranges from tribal aesthetics to the history of amulets and talismans across the globe. Each distinctive piece is crafted by hand with materials sources from around the world. Our motto is "Designed Locally. Inspired Globally. With Love.
Brooklyn Barn features limited edition apparel and accessories designed by visual artist, Derolus. With the creation of Brooklyn Barn it's our goal to make art viable and practically appreciated to the average Joe on a day to day basis. Hence the tagline, "Art made practical. Style made functional."
Brooklyn inspired and hand printed t-shirts for adult and kids.
Stefan Hepner Studio's present you mainly with the small series, one-of-a-kind pieces and prototypes. We create objects with a unique personal approach that places them on the crossover between art and design.
Working with clay has always been a part of my life, but I fell in love with the wheel about 8 years ago when I moved from NYC to DC. Now, back in NYC, almost all of my production centers around the wheel. For me, the wheel represents unlimited functional and sculptural possibility.
My goal for this line of pottery is to fit seamlessly into a kitchen in a way that heightens the cooking and dining experience. Many of my pieces have a very specific usage, sponge holders, garlic scrapers, juicers, and spoon rests and coming from an art and sculpture background, I strive for pieces that are fully functional but also pleasing to look at.
I named my shop "Pixiu" after the Chinese mythological creature. Growing up, I was given crystal pendants carved into the shape of a Pixiu. My mother told me that it was for protection and good luck. I wanted the same sentiment to go with the pieces that I make. I hope each one finds a great home and will bring you luck as well!
I started making jewelry for myself. I wanted unique, high quality yet affordable pieces due to my particular taste and skin sensitivities to specific metals. I am careful to use only 14k gold fill and sterling silver, so rest easy if you have nickel or brass allergies!
Moozega is a fun children’s brand that celebrates the creativity of childhood. Inspired by my son, I strive to design unique items that both kids and parents love.
We launched in summer 2014 in NewYork City (Queens baby). Our design work is done in our home studio and when we outsource our printing, it is done locally in Brooklyn.
Where’d the name come from? It was the nickname for my childhood dog, Candy. It may seem like a random choice but it reminds me of my own creative childhood.
Travel + Home Accessories. Ethically + Sustainably + Mindfully. Dyed + Manufactured in NYC.
The Studio Nook is a textile-arts shop that uses only natural fibers and is 100% plastic free and cruelty-free. Everything is carefully and lovingly made by hand with natural materials purchased from small and often women-run businesses in the United States (and one alpaca farm in Canada!). All items are 100% cotton, linen, or a blend of the two. The spring collection will include cotton flannel scarves (perfect for those still chilly spring days!), crochet baskets, linen totes, zipper pouches, and decorative embroidery hoops.
My name is Tatiana and I am a self-taught fiber artist based in Brooklyn, NY. I am very passionate about supporting small, local, and (whenever possible) women run businesses. To me, shopping small and local is woven into every step of the creative process. Additionally, I firmly believe in the importance of developing sustainable, environmentally friendly practices. I put a lot of thought into every stage of the creative process, from deciding what materials to use and where to buy it from, to the level of detail that goes into every stitch.
I’m a mom, art director, graphic designer and an artist from Brazil living and working in Park Slope, Brooklyn. For the last 10 years I have been sketching people in the NY subway. In 2016 I started to reproduce those drawings on silk screen or linoleum block and print them on posters, tote bags, posters, coats and t-shirts for men, women and kids. I created the NYC Underground Portrait Series to spread the love and share the appreciation for others around us. Drawing, observing and really seeing people makes me understand, empathize and feel them. In times of distractions and intolerance, my work invites us to reflect, celebrate, honor and value diversity.
Melati Bath & Body is the outcome of Leah Adhihusada's quest for a vegan alternative to commercial soap and skincare products. Unhappy to learn the unpleasant truth that many of these products are made with animal fat, Leah embarked on a journey of discovery that led her back to her homeland.
In Jakarta Leah's Grandpa Fa, an industry expert with firsthand experience in soap manufacturing, was her guiding light. With his knowledge, her own painstaking research and the loving support of family and friends, Leah started production. Today, her line includes soaps, body butters, bath bombs, botanic perfumes and sachets. All made in NYC with natural ingredients and without animal byproducts.
In March 2016, Leah took the courageous step of opening a spot in Brooklyn's trendy neighborhood of DUMBO to showcase her full product line. Her eclectic shop is accentuated by uniquely Indonesian products together with other locally made giftware.
Sat Nam babe is a socially conscious kids clothing line of play and yoga wear for kids under five and babies. In Kundalini yoga, the words “Sat Nam” translates to “truth is my identity.” As our littlest kids go through life and are faced with societal pressure, family pressure, etc. may they always be true to themselves and what they were meant to accomplish in this lifetime. In other words, let’s let our kids live their wildest dreams and shoot for the stars!
Tees printed in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Recycled plastic bottle leggings partially made in Bronx! Pattern and sample maker resides in Harlem!
Natalie Jacob is a Brooklyn, NY native and Brooklyn based designer and artist. As the owner and designer for Etymology Jewelry, she is an alum from MICA, (The Maryland Institute College of Art) in Baltimore and the noteworthy fame school, LaGuardia HS of Music and Art in NYC. In her previous life, Natalie was (and still is!) a classically trained artist, having even had her work featured at the Society of Illustrators in Manhattan. With such a creative background, Natalie takes these fine art influences in her jewelry work, her main medium, today.
Every jewelry piece by Etymology is handmade by her and includes a "mixed media" aesthetic of different materials. From textured vintage brass chains to colorful recycled fair trade beads, Natalie extracts her inspiration from the very materials she uses.
Etymology Jewelry is sold in stores around the United States including Macy's, BonTon and Uncommon Goods, in addition to a myriad of other small boutiques. Etymology Jewelry has been featured in Refinery29, Time Out NY and amNY.
Renee Frances Jewelry is designed and made in Brooklyn, NY. The design process is intuitive and allows for accidental "surprises." Her designs are not based on a fixed blueprint but rather grow from a loose idea and a process of discovery.
We started Lymph Candy in anticipation of our son's arrival. We didn't want all of our snuggle sessions to be tainted with synthetic chemicals as he began his journey Earth-side. Pierre has done extensive research on the benefits of a lymphatic system that is able to detoxify properly and how much the proper functioning affects overall health.
We are located in Brooklyn, NY and have been making everything from deodorant & lotion to granola for friends, family & customers for a few years now.
“Hi, I’m Pantera, the hands and heart behind Brooklyn Mojo, Inc. I’m a textile-printing gal born and raised in (you guessed it) Brooklyn, New York.”
I love textiles, always have, always will. My love of hand printed textiles, especially kitchen towels, stems from a desire to beautify objects that I use everyday. I can’t resist the allure of a new kitchen towel. They’re like catnip!
My original designs are printed, via screen printing or block printing, onto 100% cotton cloth. I print with eco-friendly water-based inks. After the printing process, the fabric is heat set for ink longevity.
Bringing my designs to life, from first sketch to finished object, has been so fulfilling.
A friend of mine was having a baby & instead of my usual crocheted blanket gift, I decided to try my hand at making a quilt. Two of my aunts have been quilting for as long as I can remember, so armed with their advice, YouTube tutorials & a borrowed sewing machine, I was off! I have always been artistic & crafty, good at math, a perfectionist & a lover of good design, so quilting fell into place pretty naturally.
I love to combine modern design & quilting with vintage & upcycled fabrics. I'm a big fan of reusing & upcycling things that still have plenty of life in them that's probably the Iowa girl in me. I'm always up for thrift shopping to find fun & colorful men's button down shirts to incorporate. I also love to use vintage bed sheets in my quilts they are just so sweet & soft & well loved. I am always coming across floral patterns that remind me of sheets I had or that my parents had & there are several striped ones that I remember on my brothers' beds. I really like mixing that sense of the past with contemporary design & modern straight line quilting. I think it makes for a lovely combination of "now & then" with a classic & timeless appeal.
Three dotted lines - Home Accessories: Inspired by Fashion - executed in Cement. Three dotted lines offers Home Accessories that are unique and artistic as well as functional. Each piece is hand painted, resulting in unique colors and textures. A variety of materials are incorporated from up-cycled glitter to Mother of Pearl. Everything is hand made here in Brooklyn.
El Mercado Peru was created in 2015 by NY-based Peruvian Designers Andrea Bocchio & Michelle Peglau, looking to bring the best Peruvian products and designs to NYC. We work directly with artisans to create our own lines and collaborate with other brands that are based in or produce in Peru. We have items for men, women, baby, home, accessories, pets and even stationery.
Lifelong Crystal collector sharing a hand picked selection of crystals and minerals along with intentional and zodiac bundles.
We believe that fashion should be personal, fun & about the experience. You want to make your mark on this world & we want to help you do it, by bringing you some pretty awesome DIY supplies, kits & tutorials that make it easy to do just that! Why settle for ready-made when you can create it yourself?
Wildflowers are our inspiration - they are beautiful, wild & color our world. We believe the same is true for makers, designers, DIYers. Creative sparks fly and spread untamed beauty anywhere & everywhere, in places and ways we might never have expected. Join us on this adventure & let’s see what we can make together. Get ready to color outside the lines, get messy & go wild!
I’ve lived in NYC for 8 years. I moved here to study Communicative Sciences and Disorders at New York University and went on to finish my Master’s of Science in Speech Language Pathology at Brooklyn College. While my love of science lives on, I felt a yearning to fulfill the other side of my brain, the more emotional and artistic side. I've been working with clay consistently for 2 years but I dabbled a bit during my childhood. I love that ceramics give me aspects of chemistry, physics, as well as emotional and artistic expression in one experience. I work with a white clay and a red clay. I utilize a pottery wheel to create the base for some pieces and with others I sculpt them by hand or by shaping clay slaps. When I create a piece I focus on the functional aspects as well as the decorative because I am interested in exploring the two parts of my brain. My favorite part of creating a piece is the feeling of finding something that is already there versus pushing to create a specific thing. I hope my pieces make people smile as they are meant to be whimsical and fun.
Yuiitsu is Japanese for "only one". All of my products are one of a kind and cannot be duplicated due to the euphorically natural dying process!
Yuiistu Dye Shop is an apparel and lifestyle accessory brand focused on creating high-end hand dyed products in unique patterns and colors.
Yuiitsu products are all created using the ancient Japanese pressure dying technique know as SHIBORI. This traditional dying method is complex and tedious in nature but exudes wonderfully unique results.
I make all kinds of stuff.
In doing so I wear a variety of hats, both literally and figuratively.
I tell stories using art, words, and sometimes a combination of the two.
I'm a producer, writer, visual artist, performer, teacher, and musician. An idea man, a jack-of-all-trades, a local kook. All of which often rolls into the proud and ancient role of storyteller.
I'm best known for making up The Sock Puppet Portraits, writing the related book, "Sock Puppet Madness," and for performing with rock band/art collective/giant monster/sock puppet, Uncle Monsterface. It's true, I do lots of other stuff, too, including (but not limited to) making really excellent sandwiches and walking my dog.
As an inter-disciplinary artist and creator, much of my work has a little story behind it. In my mind, I've built a giant world of stories that has co-evolved with my art and ideas using whatever medium(s) seemed appropriate or inspiring at the time. I'm fascinated by using characters, storytelling, narrative, world-building, and creativity itself as a metaphor and method for making sense of this crazy world we live in.
I'm a designer based out of Brooklyn, New York. I started my handmade pompoms line after a trip to Mérida, Mexico where I was so inspired by the beautiful colors and natural landscapes of the Yucatán. My first pair of earrings were made of pompoms from a local Mayan shop and reminded me of a shooting star, which inspired the idea of "Babe Comets".
-Joan De Jesus
Brand New! Panty Fresh™ is the worlds smallest 4in1 complete feminine hygiene solution for women on the go. Great quality reusable no show underwear, freshening wipes, and panty liner are packed in a compact sachet small enough to fit in the palm of the hand; to conveniently provide every women with the confidence to refresh, feel good and remain hygienically clean when they are on the go and away from home.
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4 WashMe Bag* (*To store previously worn underwear for later laundering)
Panty Fresh™ is compact, lightweight and a must carry everyday essential product. Easy to carry in the pocket, purse, travel bags, gym bags and anywhere else you can think of, to ensure you have access to complete freshness when you're on the go.
Can't stop arting!
A few years ago I never would have thought that I would be able to achieve my dream of working on my art full time, then, on a rainy day in March of 2015, everything changed. I made the decision to take one year of my life and dedicate at least one hour every day to creating a small painting. The 365 Day Challenge was born. Through this year-long journey, I not only improved my skills as an artist I also paved my way to making art my job and making my dream come true.
Now I work full time creating one of a kind works of art that make me happy and bring a bit of joy into the lives of the people around me.
NUS (pron. nūs) is inspired by the philosophical term nous, which describes the highest knowing. It's the divine intellect needed to understand what's real and true. It's the essence, the pure, the core. Nous is what remains when the excess is stripped away. It’s simple.
This is the intention with which everything at NUS is created. From our philosophy on beauty and wellbeing to our products made with the purest plant and mineral ingredients, we Never Underestimate Simple.
I created Never Underestimate Simple, a beauty and wellness company, to enforce the idea that beauty doesn't have to compromise wellbeing, and it shouldn't. The pilot product line is the NUS Goddess Collection a collection of 15 vegan lipsticks and liquid lipsticks made simply with natural and organic oils, waxes, butters, and mineral pigments. All of our products are hand-made and are free of artificial dyes, fragrances, and preservatives.