Based in Brooklyn, New York, we design and build handcrafted one-of-a-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 by experienced hands, through the meticulous process, to ensure quality and originality. Our products are intended for everyday use and made to last you a lifetime.
Behind the scenes of Untitled Co, we are a Sculptor & Art Director duo Partners in life & in our love of well-curated spaces and thoughtful goods. Cody has been a woodworker since he was young honing his craft as a sculptor and later finding a love for functional forms. He makes everything by hand, with hand tools and recycled wood, in his shop in Brooklyn so every piece is one-of-a-kind.
Ali is a photographer & Art Director making sure every one of Cody's pieces is represented in all its beauty. Untitled Co is our collaborative passion project that we are hoping to turn into a lifetime of rewarding work.
Hello my name is Victoria King. I am Fashion Design Graduate from The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago.
As a designer, I am inspired to create garments with meaning and purpose. I design clothing that showcases one’s inner beauty and confidence. These garments accentuate the body and allow one to feel unique and confident. My fabric choices, design details and finishes, allow me to create more than just a garment, it allows me to create a mood and feeling.
I draw inspiration from my surroundings. I believe beauty is all around us and can be found in the most unlikely of places. Besides finding inspiration in the everyday, I find it through different decades. I enjoy researching the decade and seeing how different events influenced fashion.
My interests outside of fashion include; going to local art and music festivals, drawing, painting, photography, looking at classic cars, vintage shopping and repurposing materials.
JCH creates handmade accessories that have a clean and balanced aesthetic. Organic, modern shapes and patterns, and a muted color palette evoke a sense of quiet endurance, with a nod to nautical and macramé knotting techniques. All pieces are conceived and produced solely by Brooklyn-based Jen Cogliantry.
Luxurious, all natural and organically derived skincare inspired by the beauty, botanicals and bountiful healing traditions of St. Lucia and the Caribbean.
Brooke is a woodworker and artist based in Gowanus, Brooklyn. A classically trained dancer, she performed for many years with Cincinnati Ballet, and continues to thrive on mind-body labor through woodworking. Brooke gained experience working in design/build studios throughout New York City, most recently contributing to custom furniture and installation projects with Aardvark Interiors.
Brooke draws inspiration from wabi-sabi aesthetics and metaphysics, maps and cartography, interiors and spaces, and the sense of place. Brooke personally gathers salvaged and reclaimed wood from across the U.S., and hopes that the pieces she makes both evoke their place of origin, and contribute to the consonance of their place of rest.
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.
Metal Mingle's design focuses on mixing metals - with each other as well as with alternative mediums. Brass, copper, and sterling silver are the lifeline of the brand (as they are fundamental natural metals), but all metals are appreciated and subject to a little mingling. Overall, the pieces have a modern, stylish, minimalist feel and are made using metalwork techniques in our Brooklyn, NY studio.
Our purpose is to adorn you in adaptable mixed metal jewelry that'll suit your jeans (in both t-shirt and late-night mode) or your favorite new dress. We offer staple pieces that'll work with your constant on-the-go way of enjoying this thing called life.
I'm Tiffanie Drayton, owner and lead designer at Metal Mingle. Out of college, I was ultra bored with my first "real" job in NC. Needing to feed my always present creative appetite, I decided to take a metalwork class. The instructor told me I was a natural, and that my final bracelet project looked like it was made by someone who'd been doing it for years. Those assurances must have gassed me up (or maybe I just needed any nudge to move on) because not too long afterwards I decided designing was my destiny, moved to NYC to prove it, and never looked back.
Since then, I've launched a couple of popular, non-design centric lines and eventually fulfilled my dream of becoming a full-time jewelry artist. As rewarding as that's been, I've always wanted to create a jewelry line that embarks on my love for aesthetics, fashion and design. And so, Metal Mingle was launched as my outlet to do so.
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.
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.
Ombrato offers unique, useful and high quality Japanese food and lifestyle products made by artisans and small companies.
The word ombrato derives from the Kanazawa dialect meaning “to relax” or “ to unwind” and reflects the founder Masako Shirokawa’s love and admiration for her parents’ hometown.
Ombrato selects products with contemporary designs as well as traditional items made or re-interpreted by a new generation of artisans.
By introducing these products to a new audience, Ombrato hopes to make their customers’ lives richer and more meaningful. It will also sustain and expand craftsmanship and the cultural and culinary heritage of Japan.
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!
FROM OUR HANDS TO YOURS.
The objects in our lives should be thoughtfully designed, expertly crafted, and accessible to all. Our designs are modern, beautiful, functional, and affordable, and our products are 100% handmade with your daily routine in mind. Jonathan Castro Designs products are made from porcelain clay and finished with lead-free, original glazes. We make each piece entirely by hand, one at a time, in our New York City studio. We make them with love, and we know you will love them too.
Meaning “star in the hand,” Izaskun was always destined to create jewelry. Her eye for spatial composition was nurtured in the Basque Country where she grew up with parents who socialized with artists and often brought her along to museum openings, studios and performances.
She eventually moved to New York, where she achieved Summa Cum Laude in the Jewelry Design Degree at the Fashion Institute of Technology, was awarded the Elsa Peretti/Tiffany scholarship for excellence, and later earned a Business Degree and Creative Enterprise Ownership Diploma.
Working with nOir, Izaskun designed trendsetting jewelry collections distributed worldwide whilst creating customized runway pieces for Gwen Stefani’s L.A.M.B. and other performers, such as Rihanna. Her knowledge in fine jewelry translated to her work with Stella & Dot, and later to her own brand, where she now designs insightful collections inspired by the world around her - the natural forces with which we live, the subtle influences of the cosmos and the unique creations of the universe.
Two sisters born and raised in Paris. Aline was successful in stylist school while I, Sophie, was in medical school. But I was totally captivated by the impressionist artists specially Monet. I admired and was attracted by his flowers, and his own way to use the light and colors.
As an american dream, I decided with my sister's help, to make her work known beyond the ocean. So now, like a team, Aline and myself are working together, sharing the same love for nature, colors and beauty, and this makes us closer than ever. Aline teaches me her art and techniques for creating elegant colorful and delicate fashion jewelry. She guides me to use amazingly her original and delicate beads. We love each other so much that doing this project together is an immense happiness.
After many years of dreaming about it, our founders, Joshua and Madeleine, partner in life and in business, decided to jump in and started their own socks brand.
Our goal at L'énoncé is to provide you with affordable high quality socks. Because being comfortable in your socks shouldn't be a luxury but a right that your feet deserve.
Really details oriented we keep at heart to offer stylish outfit for your feet, while providing you with a really premium quality socks.
We are De Islas, a duo of artists creating original hand-drawn patterns. Our patterns are available in fabrics, limited editions of ready-to-wear, original items or anything you can think of covering in our patterns! We hope that our patterns can create spaces and objects that can change your experiences and resonate in your memories.
De Islas patterns are original collaborative illustrations. We believe that original is everyone and everywhere, just about as unavoidable as the difference in the way people walk. Just as no 2 seeds are (naturally) identical, the challenge in this age of biological engineering is to access individuality. The way we approach each new imagery and theme is a process of tapping into and revealing, which is why we consider De Islas a labor of discovery. Amid a frenzy of influences and inspirations in our environment- those consciously acquired and those helplessly consumed, among learned skills and intuition, collective experiences and personal habits - we try to uncover buried uniqueness.
T-Roots is a handcrafted line of hair and skincare products made from the very best in nature. Developed for a range of hair and skin textures, our products are filled with soothing butters, rich oils and nourishing botanicals.
We understand that the relationship with our hair and skin goes well beyond what's on the surface. So it's our mission to create affordable, gentle products that are free of unnecessary fillers to allow your inner beauty to shine through.
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.
Winnowing is the act of sifting, extracting the most desirable part of something from the rest.
Winnow curates estate and antique jewelry pieces to exhibit among new studio jewelry of today. It is a space for antique and modern pieces to shine on the same platform; pieces which have stood the test of time with the new ones that will be able to.
The aim of the Winnow is to present a point of view that both the young and the old can coexist and amplify one another's beauty.
Winnow was established in Brooklyn, NY in 2012 by Emily Bute and Kevin O'Leary who wish to provide a unique retail space for both new and old jewelry.
Each piece of Tessa Bridge Designs jewelry is made by hand in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Tessa's interest in jewelry began at age 8 crafting earrings and necklaces from Koosh Balls and Fimo clay. Today, Tessa's simple, organic and elegant designs are inspired by Victorian
chains, Egyptian scarabs and New York City sidewalk scaffolding. TBD jewelry is designed to be an indulgence worn every day. Tessa enjoys working with clients on unique projects of personal significance.
Artikal founder, Holly Slayton, was born in Washington D.C. and grew up in northern Virginia. From a young age she was inspired to create; growing up with her grandmother, an award-winning dressmaker who loved to crochet, and her entrepreneurial, crafts woman, mother.
Like many other young designers, Holly Slayton, spent her formative years exploring and defining her creative impulse. “As a teenager I was always making jewelry and sewing. In high school I was passionate about couture and beauty; taking cosmetology and fashion merchandising classes.” After completing her secondary education, Holly chose to pursue cosmetology and began her first carrier as a colorist in an upscale Georgetown salon. “I loved being able to make people feel beautiful. I loved the craft and skill involved but I felt that something was missing.” Inspired by her artisan legacy, Holly checked out a few books from her local library and taught herself to crochet. Her first project was hat for a supportive friend. Soon, other friends and family were clamoring for her hats and the seeds of Artikal were sown.
Bolstered by her success, Holly, moved to New York to launch her brand, but uncertain of how to go about it, Artikal incubated for a few years while Holly got her New York footing. “I met a designer who had his own label and store. We taught each other quite a few things. While he taught me to hand knit I taught him how to use the knitting machine.” Holly was inspired by her friend and turned that zeal towards making Artikal a success. “I started my own line and selling at boutiques in the East Village. In 2002 I began to master millinery techniques incorporated them in my line. I finally was able to get a workshop space” Bolstered by her success Holly ambitiously pursued expanding the reach of Artikal. “ I taught my self to build a website. My line was carried at more and more boutiques. I built my own online clientele and now I am shipping my hats all over the world.”
“I’m really excited about the future of my craft. ‘Handmade’ is becoming more and more popular, Artikal is being featured in fashion shows and designer showcases and I’ll be doing some great trunk shows this spring.” Holly has been working with other hot young New York designers to get their craft to the public. She has recently been featured in the Daily News and has been hosting her own designer get togethers, Happy Hour Bartique and The Urban Designer Collective, every month. Look for Artikal to release more millinery innovations in leather, fur and straw in the up coming season.
After 15 years of taking photographs, Jessica began publishing her work for the first time in 2014, along with her writing on documenting her photographic experiments. Her love for cinema inspired her return to shooting with film and using old cameras from the 60s and 70s. Her work has since been in group exhibitions across the country, including the Soho Photo Gallery, the Sidney Mishkin Gallery inNew York City, the Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn and the Davis Orton Gallery in Hudson, NY. She has also exhibited at the Vermont Center for Photography, the RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco, Los Angeles Center of Photography, and is currently on view at the PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, VT and the Catalina Art Association Gallery in Avalon, California. She is a member of ASMP, APA, the Los Angeles Center of Photography and The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO. She was recently awarded the 2017 Emerging Award by APA National, American Photographic Artist.
Jessica is a graduate from the University of California, Davis, with a B.A. in Studio Art and a B.S. in Environmental Design and Visual Communication. She received her M.F.A in documentary and narrative film, from Parsons, The New School for Design in NY.
I am an artist living and working in Brooklyn. I design tee-shirts, all original designs and hand print them in my studio. I am influenced by old Brooklyn and evolving Brooklyn. I love vintage imagery and combining current ideas into the design. I create the screens and hand print using water-based ink to insure a soft touch to the tees. They are high quality cotton tees, soft and a great fit and style.
CASTLECLIFF is a heritage costume jewelry brand, established in 1918 and manufacturing in NYC from 1940 through the 1970's. We are picking up where the iconic brand left off, with bold 1970's inspired silhouettes, poured glass stones and a natural history museum vibe.
All of our pieces are designed and responsibly crafted in NYC. As an initiative to reuse the waste of our industry, all of our stones are vintage glass from 1940's and 50's, and many of our chains are reclaimed vintage chains found in warehouses around the US. Our selection of deadstock vintage earrings are from the 1960’s and refinished in our Brooklyn studio.
Love Bubby is a kids fashion brand that specializes in stylish graphic t-shirts for little ones who want to make a statement. Established in 2016, Love Bubby was born in the hip kids urban paradise of Brooklyn.
Our brand uses premium quality tees for all of our designs. Tri-blend, the main fabric for our tees, makes them super soft and kid-approved. The tees are unisex, focus on comfort, and make great conversation starters. With a monochromatic color palette for our line, mamas love how there are so many creative ways to style them.
Love Bubby designs are inspired by the life of a little one and sometimes are statements exclusively out of the mouths of babes. We love hearing stories from our customers about the amount of compliments their little ones get when they wear our tees. It also boosts our kids confidence level as who doesn't love a compliment!
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.
Dirty Mermaid Beauty is a natural beauty and lifestyle collection, assisting with your voyage to nourish your skin with pure ingredients by sea + land.
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.
EFFORTLESS, INDIVIDUAL STYLE THAT HELPS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST PARKINSON'S DISEASE.
SARA HARARI-BUCHNEA, CREATOR OF SQUAR'D AWAY.
Originally from Canada, Sara has been a part of the art world for more than ten years. Using her eye for aesthetics, she began Squar'd Away to create simple objects that make people happy whenever they look at them or hold them in their hands.
With its ability to soften a look or give it an edge, and countless ways it can be styled, reinterpreting the classic bandana became an endless source of fascination for Sara and the focus of Squar'd Away's first collection.
Squar'd Away will donate 20% of the proceeds of the sale of each square (that is a lot, most companies start at 5-10%) to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
I had an instant infatuation with clay when I took my first ceramics class with Mr. Morello in high school, circa 1975. My school offered a summer internship at the Long Beach Island Foundation for the Arts and Sciences and I was lucky enough to have that job for two summers and got to see a different side of the alchemy by working with professional ceramic artists.
I continued to randomly but enthusiastically dabble in clay over the years but didn't really pursue my passion until 2002, at Union Square Ceramic Center in NYC. When USCC closed, I landed at La Mano Pottery in Chelsea and began teaching and playing around with who I wanted to be as a potter. When I look back as the forms I was throwing, apparently I wanted to be about a hundred different potters!
In the last 2 years I've hunkered down to do what it takes to develop my ceramic voice. After fracturing my arm in an accident and being extremely limited in my abilities, I found the only way I could throw without pain was "off the hump". On the surface, what might have seemed a real roadblock turned out to be a pointer in the direction I was looking for. Instinct combined with deepening skills led me to shapes and colors that you see on these pages.
I primarily create functional ware - cups, mugs, bowls - with occasional vases or decorative bowls popping up. Custom pet bowls have also become part of my repertoire thanks to inspiration from my pretty little dog, Tallulah Barkhead. I began working in porcelain last year and am pursuing that direction because I love the way it feels and looks. I've recently developed a love for wood-fired finishes and will be adding more as I have occasion to participate in that process at Tony Moore's noborigama and anagama kiln firings in Cold Spring NY.
I am a Japanese national who relocated to New York last year. I first started designing and producing my own line of bags 3 years ago and sold them through a Japanese site (similar to Etsy) and at select handcraft markets in the Osaka and Tokyo areas. I currently use a Japanese high quality canvas to construct my bags, which are always circle-shaped.
Balbec skincare is a system of clay and probiotic-rich yogurt based cleansers, single-ingredient hydrosols, and moisturizing oils designed to promote your skin's natural acid mantle and skin barrier integrity. The acid mantle is that lovely fine lipid layer made up of amino and lactic acids that gives skin resilience and protects it from harmful bacteria and environmental stress. When intact, it brings the skin's ideal ph to about 5.5. A beautiful acid mantle is yours, you were born with it, and it is forgiving. If you ruin it, you can get it back. When properly cared for, it is among your most cherished beauty assets.
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.
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
Michadoodles celebrates the cute and quirky in the form of handmade greeting cards and paper goods. Doodler Mich found her inspiration from the classiest and most refined category of jokes, dad jokes. Like the ones that usually come with a single "HA!" and then two elbow nudges. As a pun enthusiast, she started to bring these play on words to life with playful doodle illustrations. From pen to paper to ipad to the internet, we now have Michadoodles – sending you greetings, doodles, and good vibes from Brooklyn.
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.
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.
AM MMXIV – modern-classic leather goods for guys.
Born in NYC 2014, JAM is a collection of genuine leather bracelets in classic tones and pops of color with bold color blocking and laser perforated details, rich suedes and pony skins. From subtle to statement making, each piece is intended to be well-worn,well-loved and oft-discussed.
Functional, fun handmade ceramics.
I design and make ceramics in the city. Mostly wheel thrown or hand built. Love minimal design inspired by nature or little things that I discover in everyday life.
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.
Petite Soul is a baby and toddler accessory brand owned and operated by two NYC mamas. We believe the bonnet is the staple of the modern child’s wardrobe. Every item in our collection compliments our bonnets and is just as sweet. We combine simple shapes and versatile color palettes on high-quality fabrics, and our playful prints capture the whimsy of childhood. Our products provide your little one with soft, cozy protection without compromising style.
Whether you’re planning baby’s first moments, packing for an outdoor adventure, or cuddling up with a favorite book, it starts with a Petite Soul bonnet.
We are proud to be ethically manufactured in the USA.
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.
DroppingSeedsTM Multi-use Herbal Blends give you control of your state of being. Our herbal formulas are crafted for use in tisane (herbal tea), bath, cooking, baking, aromatherapy vaping & smoking. We source our ingredients with priority on fair trade, kosher, wildcrafted and USDA Certified Organic farms.
Our mission is to connect you to nature by offering non-addictive alternative formulas for smoking cessation, anti-anxiety, meditation and respiratory support. All our blends contain no tobacco, cannabis, K2, Spice, pesticides or preservatives.
Native New Yorker Michelle Parascandolo’s modern aesthetic evokes the sophistication of her home city while still incorporating laid-back, organic undertones that are distinctly West Coast. Michelle graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology, majoring in Textile/Surface Design, and minoring in Art History. She currently works as a freelance illustrator and surface designer in New York City.
I started my ceramic journey almost 2 years ago out of Brooklyn, NY. I have been making art in many different forms since childhood. Today I am mostly drawn to clay and fibers. In my ceramic work, I am focused on hand building, texture, and pattern. Each piece is a blank canvas and I am not finished until I sit and meticulously decorate each one. I am working on building my ceramics brand and I am branching out into the custom and wholesale markets. I am the mom to an 8-year-old daughter who I love sitting and getting involved in craft projects with. I am always making something.
My hashtag motto is #nevernotcrafting.
I’m Qian, a multidisciplinary designer and illustator living in New York. I thrive on helping creative entities cultivate their brand to create meaningful experience, and over the past decade, my awardwinning work has achieved just that.
Originally from Shanghai, I now dance to the rhythm of New York City, which is where you’ll find me engaged in my latest project, Architype New York. Archetype was born from a combination of my passion towards architecture, typographic lettering and illustration. The project depicts frozen moments of dancing typography akin to musical notations of melodies. Each piece of Architype starts with wonders and then a research of the architecture, locations, architects, design decision, history, as well as fun facts and secrets.
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. Designs begin by casting a found object, often from nature, which is then manipulated into something new. Sometimes the final piece resembles the cast object but often it is so far removed from the original casting that it is unrecognizable while still retaining an essential organic quality.
Renee's love of travel is often a source of inspiration and an opportunity to find interesting materials. The first collection made this way, Tonkawa Trail, was created by casting part of a pine cone and using the cross sections as "material" to build the collection. Subsequent collections are based on castings from objects found in LA, Bhutan, and New Mexico, and other locations around the world.
Krishna Chavda is an illustrator who creates compelling illustrations and patterns for print, web, and textiles. She loves illustrating puns, food, architecture, birds, reptiles, insects, and animals in general. Her work calls upon the inner child and humorist inside us all; the one who dwells in a whimsical world where fish can paint and steaks have feelings. Close observations of the people, the conversations, the colors, and the life around Krishna serve as her inspirations, providing a spark for the next play-on-words illustration. Krishna also has a passion for surface design, creating patterns and prints for fabric, apparel, and home decor. Krishna’s patterns depict people, animals nature, and abstracted motifs, which can be found on a variety of apparel including yoga attire. Her palette is bright, playful, and her lines are brisk and wonky.
BigLip was found it by I-Nu Yeh. She is a Brooklyn based character creator. Her work merges digital art with motion across a range of fields including traditional art media, video, silkscreen print. and computer art.
Her personal experiences are embodied in her Biglip Characters – playful, colorful, eccentric creatures that represent nonsensical possibilities coming to life.
She works/lives in greenpoint Brooklyn and often can find her at the local coffee shops.
I'm Sue Ann a self proclaimed thriftaholic with an eye for aesthetics. Rebel30 evolved from my love of vintage thrifting. I am always in search of hidden treasures, every treasure is curated by me. Rebel30 represents the eccentric thriftaholic whose style choice separates them from the rest. Thank you for shopping / browsing my store! Stay beautiful and stay true!
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.
OMY is a creative design studio that specializes in fun activities for everyone. It all started 5 years ago with our XXL coloring roll, the giant format brings everyone together for a fun and creative project.
We developed our coloring range to placemats, pocket maps, pocket rolls and now to mini DIY kits, great for creative minds.
We are Derya Aguday from Turkey and Fotis Merakos from Greece. We now live in Brooklyn, but we grew up surrounded by the traditional ethnic art of the Mediterranean. We stayed warm under handwoven blankets, our mothers would bring out handmade lace tablecloths for family holiday meals, embroidery decorated our grandmothers’ homes and our grandpas could make tables out of wood. That is how we learned to appreciate the “hand-made” and how our passion for traditional ethnic craftsmanship was born.
Later when one of us became an architect inspired by local wisdom and the other an entrepreneur with sustainable living sensitivities, we found that our combined expertise and interests have created the perfect environment for anatoli.co, a brand connecting conscious customers from the world with unique handcrafted Anatolian art.
We spent months traveling around the villages and towns of south-western Turkey in order to find the most authentic local artisan families, who run high-quality, eco-friendly and ethical productions. With their traditional looming techniques and our garment and pattern design, we are happy to be able to introduce the world to these unique items. In the age of robots and machines, we are proud to be bringing thousands years old authenticity from the hands of the masters to yours...
We are a tech fashion start up fusing programmed light sequencing with quality design. Our premier product is a Story Scarf™. It blends quality fashion design and knitting with LED technology to awaken those special memories while creating new ones. Our goal was to create a fun scarf and a personal experience - and we feel that we have succeeded. Each product perfectly combines design and light sequencing to describe a 'snapshot in time' of an occasion or event from your past, or to be there with you as you experience new ones.
Degrees Of 360 is a creative house established on the ideals of freely expressing oneself. Being siblings and artists ourselves, we (Austin and Katie) understood the need to curate a platform/outlet for people to create and collaborate together. We believe in encouraging and promoting each others unique talents. The journey of self-exploration does not start and end without the experience of your neighbors perspective. Through uplifting togetherness we aim to make a positive difference within our communities and in turn the world.
D360 includes not only a variety shop but also a series of art projects. Our store offers vintage clothing, original artwork, and wearable/functional art pieces. The vintage items are primarily acquired from our home base, NYC, as well as our travels around the world. 360˚ wearable/functional art consists of hand-painted apparel and decorative household items, such as, sculptural custom planters. The artwork we sell is derivative of the art projects we conduct collaboratively and individually.
I am a crochet artist living in Brooklyn, New York.
My love for craft began at an early age when I first learned to crochet at 7 years old. Eventually this lead me to the study of art therapy and then on to footwear and bag design. In New York City I brought this knowledge to the fashion industry working for such companies as Marc Jacobs, Opening Ceremony and Converse. Upon refusing a job offer to relocate out of New York, the decision was made for me to return to my art therapy roots and my craft and the opening of my design studio in Brooklyn.
Originally from Arizona, I combine a desert feel with Japanese influences to create natural, handcrafted goods to wear and for the home. My working process is personal and methodical. Each piece is truly
one-of-a-kind. I love teaching and sharing this process with others in my studio and around the country.
I'm Undra, this is my clothing brand. Wow it's been an entire two years since I launched UCNY. I love fashion and I love entrepreneurship but together, it can be a very difficult thing to grow and sustain. I'll admit, the internet makes it easier for small things to look grand and it also make it easier to reach you guys! I'm thankful for both because I absolutely LOVE this brand and it's organic growth over this short time.
Trying to define the brand and my aesthetic can be difficult to put into words. Not because I don't know, but sometimes words don't fully express the feeling, you know?! In 2015, I started the brand with 6 principles; Fashion, Dance, Persistence, Friendship, Timelessness and LOVE. As I look back on the 6 collections, all embodied each those principles. Look, I don't set out creating collection saying, "must be true to the principles of the brand - or else" it just happens, each and every time.
I see other elements that have evolved into the line and will hold true as we go forward:
BOLD (color and prints), MODERN (clean lines and silhouettes) and FUN (embellishments and metallics).
A natural evolution of the brand with all the things I LOVE!
Michiyo Shinohara (a.k.a. Shino) was born in Japan.She has been interested in nature's colors and shapes since she was a young child. She used to love mixing colors on a palette and creating her own colors..She majored in fashion design and handicraft at Bunka Fashion College, an art collage in Japan known for producing many prize winners in the Japanese fashion industry. Shino showed a deep interest in creating women's accessories. It was fascinating that the things which have the same shape would make different impressions by changing materials.
After graduation, she started as an accessory designer at one of the major wholesale companies.A few years later, She got a golden opportunity to become an instructor at her alma mater, Bunka Fashion College. She worked there for eight years.This opportunity allowed her to widen her experience in the fashion industry.It also gave her a chance to work with the younger generation. Shino also learned flower designing and how to incorporate fresh flowers into her idea's. This taught her to take care of the materials used in her works with respect and appreciation. This gave Shino a great feeling of Joy and Happiness.
Shino moved to the United States 3 years ago, and discovered "Weaving" at NYC. She's never had such an awesome encounter before. She never had the idea of being able to make her own materials. Weaving became her lifework. The fascination of her works is the novelty of combinations, which are made with various materials and colors. Black and white or steel and water become all one in harmony, Her works attract many people. She wishes people to have the pleasure of creating as she does. Shino says, "When I'm doing the works it is the greatest moment in my lifetime, which alwaysmakes me feel like supreme joy."
Fugitive Nature was born out of my desire to make the world a more colorful place. My color inspiration comes from the hidden spaces of the oceans and mysteries of space as well as minerals and crystal formations. All of my pieces are hand dyed in my Brooklyn studio, and many pieces are made within the studio as well. As part of my mission to contribute and better society, Fugitive Nature pledges a portion of profits to charity each month. Past contributions have gone to Planned Parenthood, Standing Rock NODAPL Fund, The Lower East Side Girls Club and The Sierra Club.
Africa-inspired Furniture, Accessories & Designs. Soured from artisans on the continent as well as handmade in Brooklyn, NY.
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.
Personal Space Tarot is an experiment in human intimacy. A project looking at how people take in the world around them. A tool for creating a narrative.
We silkscreen by hand t-shirts and prints with our original designs and have enamel pins and other merch that feature designs from the tarot deck.
Hunt and Gather is a mobile boutique based in New York City. We are a thoughtfully curated shop specializing in women's apparel, accessories and home goods. With a focus on local as well as up and coming designers, we hope to bring craftsmanship and creativity back to our customer. With fast fashion becoming such a predominant part of our culture, our hope is to create a sense of connection between our customers and the designers we feature by shifting the focus from quick and cheap back to quality artisanship.
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.
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.