Alex Waggoner's paintings are based on the traditional Southern urban landscapes and architecture that surround her. Alex graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Painting and Printmaking in 2012. She currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her boyfriend Chris and their two dogs, and she is a studio artist at MINT.
An award-winning artist, Amanda has gained clients from coast to coast including interior designers, art collectors and celebrities. Her work is shown in galleries throughout the country and has been placed in homes and corporate collections throughout the world.
Beastly Threads textiles incorporate timeless, elegant design, sustainable materials, ethical manufacturing practices, and a promise that with each product sold, a significant portion of the profits will go to habitat and wildlife preservation efforts.
Beste Ogan strives to create 'textures to touch' - intimate functional ceramic objects that make you not want to let go once you hold them; timeless designs that are a pleasure to use everyday. They celebrate 'the beauty of the imperfect,' reflecting colors, textures and forms derived from nature.
Bravery Magazine is a quarterly print publication for kids that features strong female role models. Full of illustrated stories, fun DIYs, and educational activities, Bravery is a tool that empowers kids to dream, do, and become their own kind of brave.
Field Trip's elevated shirting essentials are designed to help women spend less time getting dressed and more time confidently making their mark in the world—without sacrificing their personal sense of style, comfort, or quality. Field Trip's mission is to create clothing that goes further for women who go farther.
Kathryn Bondy creates stunningly lifelike botanical keepsakes entirely by hand in her Toronto studio. With refined techniques developed over many years, every element is made in faithful realism, using a material that captures the essence of the example that nature provides. Crepe paper is often dyed by hand, wire is delicately shaped, and petals and leaves are sculpted and curved just-so, creating pieces that are rooted in beauty and offer a quiet study of nature's wonder.
Like the ghost tales of the Carolina Lowcountry, Grey Ghost Bakery’s legendary recipes have been passed through their family for generations. Grey Ghost is a small family-owned baking company based in South Carolina. They use the highest quality ingredients to create made-from-scratch, hand-formed cookies, cakes, and pies in a range of truly addictive flavors.
A Charleston, South Carolina based artist with a background in costume design and a career in fashion retail, Haley's main field of subject is not surprisingly, the female form. Characteristic of her work is an expressionist style and layered media ranging from charcoal and chalk to acrylic, watercolor and gouache.
HART is a premium line of fashion jewelry focused on soulful adornment. Founded in 2016 by Hart Hagerty, a former fashion editor and trend forecaster, HART’s mission is to bring positivity and beauty into the world with joyful, meaningful jewelry that empowers a woman to feel her highest sense of self.
Herb + Flora's clean beauty products are powered by science and formulated with clinically-proven naturally-derived ingredients to mimic the anti-aging effects of exercise on skin, hair, and nails. They are designed to help enhance skin’s natural energy supply and support lower oxidative stress.
Jahde Leather Atelier is a Charleston-based design studio founded by Andrea (Andy) Jahde. Using age-old leatherworking techniques and high-quality, American-sourced materials, Andy creates one-of-a-kind, handcrafted, and thoughtful leather goods. Her collections are all designed, shaped, sewn, and created by hand in her Queen Street studio.
Jane Pope Cooper is the designer and creative director behind Jane Pope Jewelry. She has been designing and making jewelry since 2001. JPJ has been spotted on the red carpet at the Emmy's and is a favorite of chic celebrities, including Natalie Portman and Sienna Miller. Jane Pope Jewelry incorporates imperfect and organic lines for the modern woman.
The love of bandanas started early with Jenni Hopkins. Growing up in West Virginia, she loved working in the garage with her grandpa, Earl. He always had a bandana tucked into his pocket that he’d use to wipe the sawdust off a piece of furniture he was building or clean his hands after coming out from under the hood of a car. He never said, “you’re too young to help”, or “you’re a girl, so probably shouldn’t run the drill press.” When he wasn’t looking, Jenni would swipe that bandana and hold it, trying to channel all his strength and bravery into her being. The bandana became a talisman for her, a symbol of bravery.
Julie King officially launched Julie King Studio in 2017, offering a wide range of custom paper goods and illustration services. She is based out of Charleston, South Carolina but is quickly growing her clientele across the globe. Julie has both her BFA and MFA. She has received multiple awards in the arts and has been a part of several juried gallery shows, as well as solo and group exhibitions.
Mother-daughter duo, Lori and Kirsten, are the beauty and brains behind fashion accessories brand Klas Squared. Born from a need to be creative, to leave an impact, and to build something to call their own, the pair teamed up to develop jewelry that makes women feel joyful, feminine, and powerful.
Madame Gabriela creates flawless, non-toxic, high-performing lipstick in three perfect hues. Her formula is bursting with antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes and vitamins to create healthy, gloriously pillowy lips.
Marc Ellen is an abstract oil painter, printmaker and collagist living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 1993 she has had her studio at the Hunters Point Shipyard Art Community, the largest group of artists in the US.
Founded in March 2015 in New York by Ukrainian stylist Roberta Mishchenko, March11 combines old world culture and high quality craftsmanship with modern silhouettes. Signature pieces can take up to 2,000 meters of thread and up to 14 days to create.
Mercado Global is a Brooklyn-based accessory brand and non-profit that empowers rural Latin American women to become entrepreneurs. The women they partner with are incredibly talented weavers and sewers, whose main barrier between a life of poverty and unlimited possibilities is access to a market. Through donor-funded business education and leadership programs, Mercado Global helps women create community businesses to support themselves and their families.
Navy Hill is a premium, all natural mixer - the first "sonic" to market (blend of club soda + tonic) and the only mixer on the market with electrolytes. Super carbonated, pairs well with any spirit, and only 17 calories per cocktail (0 for the Club).
While out for dinner a few years ago, Molly Fienning encountered one of Charleston’s culinary urban legends: a hot sauce that patrons were stealing right off the restaurant table. She was amused by the sauce’s lore and added a few dashes to her meal. The Fresno-based sauce was full of flavor, subtle heat and complemented every bite. Soon thereafter, she partnered with Chef Geoff Rhyne to bring his sauce to tables across the country.
Rigby creates modern and timeless tableware for the everyday. Handcrafted in Portugal using techniques that have been passed down for generations, the quality of their products is something you can both see and feel.
In her latest project, Rossana discovers the versatility and preciousness of leather, combined in an unusual way with resin beads or metal chain. Materials are exclusively made in Italy, as is the production.
Rossana Fani was born and currently lives in Florence, Italy.
Soleil Toujours's mission is to erase the divide between luxury skincare and serious suncare, making protection from the the sun’s harmful rays a daily routine, not just a beach-day consideration. As a mother of three, founder Valerie McMurray became increasingly aware of the harmful ingredients in sunscreen and felt she either had to accept the harmful chemicals or succumb to chalky white residue on her skin. She resolved to find a better way.
StyleChild is a fashion forward sneaker brand for kids. Designed with style and ease in mind, StyleChild offers convenient easy-to-wear styles with elastic laces, velcro, or side inner zippers. StyleChild can be dressed up or down, from school to lounging at home, giving kids a little extra sparkle.
Founded by two sisters, The Circle Collective is a resort-inspired line of little girl clothing influenced by the bright color, print, and craft traditions of India, and vintage childrenswear of the 60’s and 70’s. Ethically and sustainably crafted in India.
The Dough Project creates a world of kid-powered playing that parents can feel good about. Made with simple all-natural ingredients, dough and DIY Mixes come packed with everything you need to inspire endless possibility.