Fruity Hoops was born for no other reason than FUN, because we should all have more of it. We make well humored statement earrings featuring fruit, words, sushi, rainbows and much more. All earrings are hand made locally in Brooklyn using Hama Beads and nickel free metals.
Sometimes life can get too serious. Dangle a pair of FRUITY HOOPS on your lobes and watch as all your troubles turn into bananas.
In 2011, during the summer of my sophomore year at the University of Georgia as a marketing and fashion merchandising major, I took a trip to Ghana for a study abroad program. During my trip, I visited various programs that take in girls and empower them through educational opportunities to equip them with the tools to live independently. I immediately fell in love with the girls that we met and was in awe of the girls’ spirit. Despite the material possessions they seemingly didn’t have, they had so much joy and love to give. Forever changed by my experience I shared my admiration of the girls with my best friend Sasha, a mathematics major at Florida A&M University. Together, we marveled at the hope of the girls in Ghana. More importantly, we knew we had a part to play and decided to work together to make a positive and sustainable difference in the girls’ lives, the lives of their families and their country. In 2013, Bené was born, a collection of scarves, inspired by the culture where this all began and committed to providing an education to girls in Ghana by sponsoring tuition, books, supplies and the uniforms for the girls to continue their education and fulfill their dreams. Sasha and I hope to inspire others to do good in their communities and the world at large in their everyday lives. When choosing a name for our company, we scoured the dictionary and thesaurus for words that would reflect the spirit of our mission. We came across the word ‘Benevolent’ meaning ‘characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feeling; Desiring to help others’. Bené is derived from this word with a simple meaning- 'good'.
AVANDI is a Brooklyn-based contemporary studio that designs and manufactures a selection of home goods and jewelry inspired by sustainable solutions and modular systems. AVANDI stands for honest design and well-crafted objects that add curiosity to everyday life. A selection of home goods & jewelry designed and produced in America, uphold the qualities of minimalism, sustainable design and timeless value.
Ariane van Dievoet is the designer and creator of AVANDI. Heavily influenced by her Belgian roots, her designs are honest and sophisticated. Ariane’s passion for traveling and discovering different cultures brought her from Brussels to London where she studied Interior & Spatial Design (Chelsea College of Art & Design) and to North America for her Interior Architecture studies (RISD). Ariane felt inspired and attracted to New York City’s energy, diversity and hands-on production principles which led her to her next venture, working with Brooklyn-based product & furniture design studio Bower. During that time she started developing her own ideas by pushing boundaries with different techniques and materials.
AVANDI generates durable products that seamlessly blend technology and craft. AVANDI's profoundly versatile designs thrive in a nomadic space, shifting their function to meet your needs, merging with your lifestyle while adding a bit of fun and playful elements.
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.
Harlem Soap is an All natural cold process Goats milk bar soap brand based in Harlem, New York. All Harlem Soap ingredients come from sustainable companies located in the USA. Our soaps are handmade in batches of 180 bars to ensure quality. Owner Jammie Waldron created the brand a means to remediate his eczema and soon began gifting to friends and family to rave reviews thus he decided to turn Harlem Soap into a brand and began selling the soap from his home online in November 2014 and within a year has grown incredibly. Harlem Soap is now sold in 19 stores across the country and recently debuted on the shelves of New York West Elm stores.
We design and make fun, whimsical soap entirely by hand in our Brooklyn studio. Our designs include retro ice pops, dog breeds, Day of the Dead skulls, vintage Christmas ornaments, and more— there's a Soapso set to fit any style! Every set comes with four bars of soap, each with a different design.
Soapso is made from 100% glycerinbased soap. You can use the whole thing, including the part with the design. Soapso soaps may be fun, but we take the quality of our ingredients very seriously. Our soaps are vegan friendly, never tested on animals, and they're phthalate and paraben free.
We make the bars layer by layer, carefully cutting out the designs, arranging them together, and then topping everything off with a clear soap layer. It's a long process, but we love it.
Soapso was started by two friends who met working in retail. We wanted to make something simple that could bring people joy and make them smile. We make soaps that fit your style and add a bit of cheer to your day, every time you wash your hands.
We are an international team of young designers who produce unique handmade products. All of our products have a unique nature and are made with unusual materials or technique.
Home & Loft brings together the craftsmanship of Mediterranean artisans with an urban design aesthetic suited to modern day living. Their sophisticated line of textiles is produced in pure materials, cotton, linen, and wool on traditional handlooms, maintaining the artisan tradition that is reemerging as a vital part of living in the 21st century.
Founded in 2013 by Handan Kayisoglu Anlar and David Pugh, this experienced pair combine their backgrounds in international fashion branding, with a global sensibility and a tasteful eye. Traveling frequently to Istanbul and Bodrum, the two seek out local artisans to create their designs.
Brooklyn-based candle company Keap blends escapist fragrances, developed by master perfumer Christophe Laudamiel, with a pioneering approach to sustainable materials.
The secret to a perfect scented candle is a simple set of materials: wax, fragrance, a wick, and a container.
Having burned many candles as roommates—on Keap Street in Brooklyn—we decided to investigate why things were the way they were. What started as a pet project, turned into something more. We Googled things, took perfumery courses, began making candles in our kitchens, and toured candle manufacturers. We discovered an archaic industry with massive incentives to use cheap, unsustainable materials (like paraffin); one that hid truths behind opaque branding.
So we started Keap to make candles better: a return to a purer product made with the best materials available at a fair price—nothing more, nothing less.
Founded as a benefit corporation, each of its candles supports the distribution of solar lamps to communities in need through its Buy a Candle, Light a Home program.
Collective Hand is a textile design studio specializing in naturally dyed fabrics. Founded in 2015 by Keely and Danielle Angel, CH was born from a desire to share products that celebrate the ancient tradition of fiber art. We specialize in sustainable and ethical dyeing practices, using various botanicals, ancient natural dyes, food waste, and minerals. Collective Hand is devoted to honoring the timely process of this art form, considering the integrity of each and every piece.
Everything is dyed and sewn by hand in Brooklyn, NY
I Lost My Dog is a family-run company delivering great design around the world from our home base in Brooklyn, NY. Inspired by a love of travel, typography, the ocean and with a good dose of Americana, our artwork has been loved by loyal customers since 2009.
Creative Director turned CEO James McDonald is the talent and vision behind ILMD. James grew up on Long Island’s Suffolk County and has been a proud Brooklyn resident for 12 years. He graduated from the University of Farmingdale with a degree in Visual Communications and traveled to Europe several times to study art history. He began his design career at Jive Records in Manhattan, where he produced album art for various bands. His next ventures had him designing anything from packaging to high-end watches, with clients such as Kenneth Cole and Freestyle and many eye wear manufacturers. James loved being able to pursue his love of travel thanks to his design work, participating in design conferences around the world.
You can find us at over 150 locations around the country. You can also see us in person at NYNOW, Americas Mart, National Stationary Show, pop-up art shows and local markets. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay up to date about upcoming shows, new designs and more good stuff.
ABOUT THE DESIGNS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
Every little detail of our type maps is drawn by hand - that means every letter is different, giving it an original and organic feel. Hundreds of hours have gone into creating our unique cartographic signature. ILMD’s art is registered with the U.S Copyright and carries a unique registration number and certificate.
We produce gallery-quality giclee prints in Brooklyn on an HP z3200 ink jet plotter. To make it easy and affordable for you to display your art, all our prints and posters are made to fit common frame sizes.
The illustrations displayed in A Duck Amuck are all done by me, Erwin Ong. I draw fish, dinosaurs, birds, and other creatures that have very distinct shapes and patterns. Although I use a computer to assist in finishing some pieces, my work always begins as drawings with ink on paper.
A Duck Amuck was born in 2013 out of my desire to draw things that make people pause, think, and smile. I have loved nature ever since I was a child and I have always been curious to learn more about them. I explore secondhand bookstores to find illustrated books – like those of Charley Harper – to use as inspiration. I have also had a life-long romance with stationery, and this is my chance to be around quality paper all the time!
Sustainability, collaboration and fairness have always informed my life decisions, and A Duck Amuck is no exception: I try to work alongside local vendors and businesses as much as possible in bringing A Duck Amuck’s products to life.
Byk and Fisch is a husband-and-wife team creating hand-sewn bespoke pocket-squares for men and women. They have been in business since 2014 and do a lot of custom orders for weddings and special occasions. They love to travel and bring back fabrics, we let inspiration flow from our experiences.
Born and raised in small town in Finland, now living in Brooklyn, NY, my love for all things Nordic is truly my inspiration. I am a big fan of style that is centered around functionality, simplicity, clean lines, earthy muted tones, and perfectly imperfect craftsmanship. I come from a family of sewing enthusiasts, knitters, carpenters, and woodworkers, and have always loved the idea of knowing who made the special pieces you add to your home.
Nordic Gnome gnomes are handcrafted, traditional Scandinavian gnomes with a modern twist. Every gnome at NORDIChrista shop has been created from start to finish by me; from creating the original designs, selecting materials to use, to sewing and hand-stitching. These gnomes are one of a kind items that treasure the Nordic culture and tradition, but have a modern twist of today. My wish is that my gnomes will become well-loved heirlooms that will fill you and your family with everyday joy when you see them.
I have been living and working in Brooklyn for some 30 years surrounded by a creative environment. Over the years I have made functional ceramics and branched out into wall art.
I have begun making works inspired by my surroundings and memories. Using images from old family photographs, movie and television images, and my own collection of photographs, and ones that I have admired that other people have taken, I translate them to my ceramic tiles and functional work. Using my knowledge of ceramic firing and application of glazes I have embarked on making this exciting wall art. Using my slip-cast box tile form or commercial tiles to recreate these images in clay and glaze I have opened up a new avenue for my creative exploration.
Challenging myself to create larger and larger wall pieces has been part of the process. I design my work in my Brooklyn studio, which involves much planning and research. Learning new ways to translate and interpret the images that interest me has been an exciting adventure. I hope that you will enjoy what I have produced so far.
I have now begun bringing the new techniques that I have been working on with the wall art back into my functional ceramics. This has been rewarding in opening up new possibilities.
We are located lovely Upper West Side in Manhattan NYC, and started an online baby kids New York kawaii concept children store in 2017.
It runs by Rie Miyamoto, Japanese New Yorker, Dreamer, Believer.
We love special handmade crafts original unique products made in NY, USA, and Japan.
We are so happy to buy and sell locally grow our business together❤︎
We’d love to create lots of smiles happiness love everyday life❤︎
Spreading love together!
That's we are here "LOVE FACTORY NEW YORK"
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. Immediately drawn to the unique look that resulted from sculpting a compound of industrial plastic in vibrant hues, the designers found the basis to their signature style of bags, purses, and clutches. 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 cruelty-free, eco-friendly, and incredibly durable. 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.
I paint the landscape of New York City. I am fascinated with rollercoasters, architectural details such as cornices and anything kitschy Americana like roadside signs. I combine literal representation with abstract elements to focus on what I want people to see I find interesting about a place. What I find interesting are often details and the beauty in patterns like the Spanish tile on the house in “Ovington Avenue” or the ironwork on the Manhattan Bridge. Brilliant and vibrant color combined with a wonky sense of perspective bring movement to my paintings and a fresh view on city landscapes. Unusual cropping and framing of images add to the overall look of my artwork. I often incorporate text and imagery I find in street signs to give a narrative sometimes ironic or humorous to my artwork. An example of this is the Nathan’s hot dog man wearing a little apron and pointy shoes or the balding chubby man hoisting a burger above his head atop “Paul’s Daughter’s” on the boardwalk in many of my Coney Island pieces. I work in a variety of mediums including Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Pastel and Linoleum block printing. My work works ranges from tiny watercolors to large scale murals I have done on site in various businesses.
love from brooklyn specializes in baby mobiles, tooth fairy pillows, holiday ornaments and home decor. All designs are hand cut and sewn from my original designs. A perfect accent for a nursery and delighting moms to be.
An original collection of crochet and hammered Sterling Silver & 14K Gold wire Jewelry & Accessories.
We celebrate the world's diversity of cultures; the people, their craft and their environment.
We go behind the hill, and we partner with local artisans to bring unique, handcrafted accessories to your home.
Haute Chocolate Brooklyn; a chic and decadent taste of #virtuoushedonism. She is made with all organic ingredients and sweetened with a coconut and maple sugar. She has 5 chocolate babes in her company all uniquely tasty and delicious (semi sweet, toasted almond, cinnamon chipotle, espresso, rosemary and earl grey.
Five | Six Textiles is a home decor brand that honors the heritage of traditional woven textiles from Côte d’Ivoire. We produce home goods in collaboration with the artisan collective of Waraniéné. The products are handwoven with 100% cotton sourced from local farms. The process is carefully crafted by hand and designs, based on traditional motifs, are constantly evolving, the same way cloth has been created for centuries.
Founded in Brooklyn in 2015 by Emma Wingfield and Laine Henry, Five | Six Textiles embraces time-honored weaving techniques, blending them with a modern aesthetic, and translating them into products that reflect your well-traveled home. It’s art with a function. Five | Six Textiles evolved out of a conversation with the artisans of Waraniéné in the summer of 2014. Emma, an African Art Historian, was on a trip researching artist workshops when she met Vali, the head of the collective. Vali expressed an interest in collaborating with someone who could increase exposure to consumers outside their community and consult on silhouette design. More business beyond the borders of their community means a more sustainable daily life and ensures the longevity of this practice. Emma went back to New York and told Laine, a designer, about the conversation and Five | Six started to develop. Emma and Laine formed a partnership with Waraniéné that celebrates their philosophy and approach to weaving with a desire to create a productive community that works, collectively, to keep the rich history of their shared craftsmanship alive.
Based on the philosophy "If it's good for sensitive skin, it's good for all skin!" Alchemy Holistics is an all-natural skincare line created by a veteran Esthetician with over a decade of experience in the skincare industry. Every product has less than 10 ingredients, including the finest blend of essential oils made to nourish, strengthen, and soothe your skin. Gentle but affective, made in small batches in Brooklyn, NY. Experience for yourself the Alchemy of natural skincare.
We design and make Stylish Green Items For You & Your Home: Housewares, Clocks, Toys, and More.
Tilly Doro designer Nogah Rotstein has been collecting charms, seashells and stones for as long as she can remember.
“My grandmother Tilly was a holocaust survivor, " Nogah says. "She taught us that nothing should be wasted or taken for granted. Her favorite gifts were the ones we made by hand and that value has stayed with me.”
Years later, encouraged to be creatively curious, resourceful and playful, Nogah founded Tilly Doro with the idea of creating modern heirlooms. Over the years of treasure hunting she amassed a collection of vintage jewelry, which she used to create one-of-a-kind necklaces that infuse old pieces with new life.
Guided by intuition and allowing for accidents, she began a career as a jeweler – creating a new story with each unique piece. She gained further experience working as an assistant designer making private label accessories for Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, and Free People.
Nogah continues to be inspired by history but evolved to working with different materials and techniques; sculpting and hand-forming wax into textured shapes that are then cast in metal. These simple totems are paired with fabric, dyed rope, or enamel, juxtaposing clean refined elements with an organic hand-made feel and bursts of color. Influenced by nature, symbols, asymmetry and balance, her jewelry reflects the spirit of the ancient past within a modern aesthetic.
Dedicated to sustainable and conscious business and production choices, Tilly Doro uses dead stock and repurposed materials as much as possible. Each piece is handmade with love in Brooklyn NY.
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.
Flynn&King is a small company based in Brooklyn, NY committed to creating an all-natural, organic, and multifunctional skin care and lifestyle collection for gender-neutral use.
We are conscious of everything we do, from the sourcing and quality of our ingredients to the packaging of our products. We are an ever-evolving brand that not only respects and values our earth and the inhabitants in it, but is driven by and designed for our modern lifestyles. Growing with our Do Good Collaborations, our perpetual journey of goodwill through a variety of projects, we work with organizations to find ways to give back to our community.
Using only the best elements sourced from all parts of the world — natural, organic, sustainable, or wild crafted — we hand-make our products in small batches to maximize freshness and effectiveness without the use of chemicals, cheap fillers, or preservatives. When we can, we buy only unrefined and undeodorized ingredients, which ensures the most pure and impactful formulations.
Muny is a collection of contemporary kids' clothing, women's clothing and accessories, all designed in Brooklyn, NY. It is characterized by natural fabrics that are made using ancient techniques of wood block printing, handloom weaving and hand dyeing. The fabrics whether handwoven or block printed, are of utmost quality and softness. The silhouettes are simple and classic, focusing the attention on the beautiful fabrics. We believe that the kids clothing should last hence all dresses can be worn as tunics later. The styles are easygoing and comfortable, with room to grow and play.
Muny is founded by a Brooklyn mom, who has combined traditional Indian textiles and hand printing methods with contemporary graphics and colors to create a unique clothing line. Greatly inspired by the creative energy and the diversity of new york city and the beautiful fabrics she grew up with, Samara embarked on this venture in 2011. She has studied and practiced architecture and interior design in New York city for the last fourteen years. She has a bachelors in architecture and a masters in communications design but no prior experience in fashion or textiles. Even as a young person in India, she was drawn to handloom fabrics and loved India's tradition of textile handicrafts. With this company she attempts to not only promote the beautiful fabrics but also modernise and contemporize the prints and patterns. ‘Muny’ pronounced moo-nee is MU for Mumbai and NY for New York, a brand born out of convergence of these two parallel worlds.
We work with amazing artisan groups that realize our modern patterns on to the cottons and silks used in our products. Handwoven and hand block printed fabrics are naturally eco-friendly as they require minimum to zero electricity during its production. Our patronage helps preserve these age-old traditional techniques of printing and weaving that also provide livelihood for many rural artisans.
Roxann Astra Slate grew up in a family of glass artists. Exploring the magic of glass fuels her inspiration. Each unique piece is created by heating rods of glass in a 2,000 degree flame.
Roxann creates her glass at UrbanGlass in Downtown Brooklyn New York.
We are a classic souvenir shop but with a Gowanus twist. Most products are custom made for us by local artists and makers and all products of the celebrate the toxic beauty and local flavor of the canal, its history and legends.
I run JamJamsJam, a small shop that sells fun & quirky baby clothing and accessories that are perfect for gift giving. I started JamJamsJam after my son was born, I was a stay at home mom but still needed to use my brain and keep busy. I have a background in textile design from Academy of Art in San Francisco. All the applique for the onesies and shirts is eco felt which is made from 100% post consumer recycled plastic bottles (CPSA compliant) so it makes a cute way to recycle. I love to make items that are silly, fun, and of course anything food related! In addition to onesies and kids shirts I also make bibs, teething toys, hats, and decor.
GOLDHENN is a philosophy epitomizing a wellbalanced life. It juxtaposes simplicity with luxury, old with new and fun with serious. By blending unexpected materials, Goldhenn echoes your uniqueness and through this its aim is to empower and inspire you on your journey. Simply stated, Goldhenn provides accessory and lifestyle options that celebrate the luxury of imperfection. You're golden.
We produce custom designed 3D printed products that lighten up your living/work environment.
I have worked as a designer in NYC for 10 years. But, as a closet environmentalist, I have been recently looking into the effects of fast fashion and finding it going against most of the values I hold dear. I have joined communities of designers, shop owners, writers, and teachers in NYC that are spreading awareness of the waste and exploitation that go along with fast fashion. Now that my eyes are open I have decided to move forward with trying to start my own slow fashion and ethical line.
As I followed my dreams of traveling through India, I was inspired by meeting the artisans along the way. The amount of craft that is embedded into the culture there is truly inspiring. I fell in love with the art of block printing, and Have Love, Must Travel was born. Sophisticated boho-inspired clothing for women hand printed in by artisans in India. I collaborate directly with artisans in India to carve and print my own fabrics. I only use natural fibers and different viscose qualities in my line and it is produced at an ethical factory I have visited and worked in myself.
Matter of Clay was established by Einat Nemzoff, a ceramic designer with a degree in Industrial Design. She brings her training into her work on the potter's wheel with a constant focus on function, proportion, context, humor and the use of color.
When designing a piece Einat often adds her own black and white photographs, choosing images of texture, nature, or pop culture. Each piece is made by hand and unique while maintaining her strict design aesthetic. Her use of color is very specific, sometimes surprising. She selects high fire glazes which produce a deep saturated color with tonal variations.
Her work is made of white stoneware, is designed for everyday use, and is dishwasher, oven and microwave safe. Her carefully selected glazes and finishes are food safe. Einat lives in Brooklyn, NY with her family.
For nearly 10 years, Sol Proaño, formerly Sol del Sur, has been designing and creating handmade jewelry crafted exclusively with leather, metals, bamboo yarn, and silk. Items are made primarily of recycled materials that are purchased, whenever possible, from other US-based small businesses. But a commitment to the community doesn’t end there. A portion of all sales are donated to the UN refugee agency, UNHCR.
Founder and designer Sol Proaño creates one-of-a-kind jewelry that marries her South American roots with American minimalistic style. Her pieces feature clean lines, interesting shapes, and lots of texture, and many include elements such as leather braiding and metal hammering. The result is wearable art that is simple, elegant, unique, and crafted with love in New York City. Sol’s collections are available for purchase online, and have appeared in national retailers including Anthropologie, Macy’s, and West Elm.
She's had a great eye and a knack for creativity her entire life. A move from Chile to the US landed Sol in a Los Angeles based art program, which led her to design an original collection of jewelry and wall pieces. Soledad’s necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings are all masterpieces, waiting to complement your own individual style.
Maloca Alpaca is run by Chaim and Rachelle Tolwin along with their three year old son, Elijah. Our home is in the Catskill mountains where we run a hobby homestead and farm and our office and showroom is located in the beautiful Hudson Valley town of Stone Ridge, New York.
The Maloca Alpaca story began In the fall of 2014 when Chaim took a recreational trip to the Amazon jungle in Peru and while there, acquired a beautiful alpaca throw for Elijah who was just one year old at the time.
Upon returning, we recognized the opportunity to combine our love for design, our interest in Peruvian culture and heritage, and our interest in alpacas and their fiber. We set out on a journey to source the highest quality fibers and create a product and supply line that reflected our commitment to conscious and sustainable design.
Now two and a half years into the project, we're proud to offer our line of beautiful, high quality, and sustainable sourced alpaca textiles at great prices.
Our fundamental approach to our business is to always put people and relationships at the core of everything we do. We stand behind everything we offer and can always be reached by email or by phone.
Various Mediums Inc. is a Brooklyn based design studio working at the intersection of art and design.
The studio offers a unique array of limited editions objects all with a distinctive aesthetic and attention to quality and detail. The range includes textiles, accessories, prints and ceramics. With a focus on craftsmanship, sustainability and ethical production each object is created to be an enduring and treasured possession.
Hooks and Luxe creates everyday accessories including suspenders and jewelry, based in New York. Every product is handmade by Ryoko Kitazawa, the designer and owner of the brand. She moved to New York from Japan in 2009. After her graduation from Parsons the New School For Design. She has worked as a graphic designer in fashion and jewelry industries. The two different cultures in Japan and in the US gave her a broader perspective, and now sharing her creations to the world.
French-born DELPHINE LEYMARIE designs and hand sculpts her chic and modern eponymous fine jewelry line in NYC.
Born and raised in the south of France, Delphine has made New York City her home for the last two decades and her jewelry exudes both the warmth and playfulness of the beaches of her childhood and the modern architecture and energy of Manhattan.
Her unique designs are cast in recycled 18k gold & silver and set with post-consumer certified or ethically sourced gemstones, true to her desire to create edgy, mindful luxury. She creates her pieces as modern heirlooms to cherish for generations.
Dirty Mermaid Beauty is a natural beauty and lifestyle collection, assisting with your voyage to nourish your skin with pure ingredients by sea + land.