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A duo creating hand made textiles and fine goods by developing and exploring printing and dyeing techniques. Handmade in Los Angeles, California.
Based in New York City the company was started by Scott Morrison, co-founder of Paper Denim Cloth and Earnest Sewn. Learn more about the beginnings here. We love them because they fit well and the denim has a soft feel. Made in USA.
Designed and handmade by Amber Lea in Louisiana. Her products, which range from sculptures to vases to jewelry are made of porcelain. She uses a traditional mishima process to create line and pattern by carving the clay and inlaying vivid colors. She then adds details of hand painted silver or gold.
 A 100% California born & raised lifestyle brand created by Isadora Alvarez. Modern basics infused with vintage-inspired details and made with sustainability in mind. 

San Francisco based producer of coconut wax candles owned, made, and operated by Travis Troyer and partner Allen Chen.  

Los Angeles-based and American made, Bella Dahl is known for their ultra-soft woman's essentials that embody a laid back vibe by creating it’s own exclusive fabrication and wash process called Tencera™. This brand is a customer favorite.

This Los Angeles based brand is known for cozy sweaters and boyfriend-style fits. Unique textures, materials, and techniques make their knitwear special, versatile, and timeless with an effortless style for cool girls everywhere. Made in China.

A collection of jewelry designed and crafted by Carolyn Keys Hanisch in Bucks County Pennsylvania. Carolyn's designs artfully combine forms that have a unique style while at the same time imparting a feeling of timelessness.  She's inspired by natural forms, architectural geometries, and ancient traditional arts.  
Designed and made in a single studio in Los Angeles, CA. Susan Kim's mission is to create pieces that have Individuality and Versatility using comfortable fabrics that are dyed and knitted in the USA. 

Oakland maker of hand dyed and sewn scarves. They use natural dyes by using plants and plant pigments without chemicals. Their GOTS certified organic cotton is milled in Tamil Nadu, India using fair labor practices.

Based in Los Angeles this company combines coastal and minimal styles. Garments are constructed in USA, China, or India. 

A line with casual femininity, interesting details, and in-house prints that's made ethically in Canada. 

A woman-owned line with a desire to make timeless, impeccably crafted clothing from completely conscious materials that transcend trendy and were made to make history. Vintage inspired clothing designed and made in Oakland. 
Since 2010, Fortress of Inca has worked with family-owned and operated factories and workshops to maintain the quality and craftsmanship that first inspired the founder, Evan, more than ten years ago in Peru. The working conditions of the people who create the shoes are safe and hey are paid fair wages.
Created by Lisa Elliot-Rosas, owner of eM Productions and co-founder of the Coeur tradeshow partnered with Kirk Nozaki from Cattywampus Crafts in Ojai, CA, both having a love for travel and craftsmanship of refined style in unique and comfortable fabrics. This brand has timeless designs in unique, loomed fabrics made in conscious factory in India. 

A line of caftans made in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded by Nanette Mervin and Lisa Fontaine. With emphasis on beautiful textiles, Ginger offers a flattering silhouette that works for real women. 

An independent, woman-owned design collective in San Francisco, California. They create original designs and prints that are made locally. "We hope that the things we make encourage the freedom to be kind to strangers, fierce to foes, and gentle under the sea."
I first saw Gray Market Designs at the Temescal Street Fair. The prints, designed by Hallie, caught my eye because they are both modern and natural. They use natural fibers that are woven, hand blocked, and sewn by artisans in India for fair wages and treatment.

They offer great basics in an array of garment dyed colors, but this company does much more. All of their products are made from either organic, renewable, or recycled materials. Their production and factory practices are ethical and fair. Made in Los Angeles.

A small-batch clothing company by Jennie Lennick. Jennie makes cheerful clothing by hand and creates prints using block printing, painting and dyed techniques. All items are made with natural and organic fibers like linen, cotton, hemp, and denim chambray. Made in San Francisco, California. 

Julia paints and hand blocks prints onto canvas before sewing each bag by hand.  She creates each piece in San Francisco, California.

Scandinavian contemporary ready-to-wear brand with a clean approach to design based on sophisticated core and easy-to-wear styles that have the ability to shift from day and night. Made in China. 

Kelsi Dagger Brooklyn is committed to delivering innovative products that capture the thoughtful quality of American Craftsmanship and evoke a true Brooklyn culture and lifestyle. This brand is owned by parent company, Millennial Brands.
Owner, Maria, started Korina making natural deodorants and lip balms. She has now expanded the line to natural skincare and body products. Everything is made in San Francisco, California. 

Family-run, they have been manufacturing socks for over twenty years at a small mill, located in Fort Payne, Alabama. They use organic cotton and low impact dyes. 

Designer Danielle Ribner shares our love of French culture. She is inspired by Parisian art, fashion, and film icons to unite classic cuts and vintage details with contemporary design and a modern attitude. Made in New York City's Garment District. 

Simple and functional design with the use of natural fabrics. Made in Los Angeles by the hands of skilled craftspeople.
A sustainable vintage inspired brand that is ethically produced in Canada. Emilie Rioux launched Meemoza in 2011, after studying in design, communications and business, as well as travelling for inspiration in Oceania, Asia and Europe. 

Lovely one-of-kind pieces handmade by Mira in Oakland using heritage textiles. 

Created by Athena Hewitt, this natural and aromatic skincare line was inspired the tonics her grandmother used to make. Products made of whole, natural ingredients without salts and alcohol for a purifying and healing approach to skincare. 

Neva Opet offers original, handmade bags and accessories crafted in small batches out of Atlanta, GA.  Simplistic design and excellent craftsmanship.  

A native of Sweden, Nina Ziefvert launched her namesake label in 2008 to fill the clog void she experienced living in New York City. NINA divides her time between Brooklyn and Woodstock, where she lives and works with her husband, who works along side her at their Woodstock studio. Her husband's African decent and creative inspiration is an important design compliment to the current line.  The design philosophy behind the brand is to offer customers raw, but timeless designs easily paired with a minimalist wardrobe. Made in USA.

San Francisco ceramic artist, Kelly Beiermann is inspired by the natural beauty of the surrounding Bay Area and her midwest upbringing when creating Nola Mae pieces. The results are utilitarian goods that are also beautiful and of high quality. All materials used are non-toxic, sourced locally or within the United States. 

Based in Oakland, Nooworks is "by nice people for nice people". They work with different designers to create the textile design that they then turn into a variety of vintage inspired dress styles, shirts, and kids wear. Made in USA.

Designed in Portland, Oregon and made in the USA, North of West has a collection of easy separates along with dresses and jumpsuits available in solid colors or their original screen printed designs. 

Made in Oakland. Only Child is a handmade, limited edition women's clothing line designed, created, and sewn by Haley Tucker.  Born out of a desire for thoughtfully-designed, timeless pieces, Only Child focuses on simple silhouettes made with high quality textiles.

Swim wear designed for the actively minded. This line is made in San Francisco, California from sustainable nylon, Econyl® - a 100% regenerated polyamide fiber from post-consumer materials. This recycled fabric is chlorine and oil resistant and offers UPF 50+ protection.

A travel inspired lifestyle brand based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Everything is designed, cut, sewn, and packaged in their studio, giving them complete control over product quality. They use waxed and water resistant fabrics from a centuries old manufacturer in New Jersey and veg-tanned leathers from a Pennsylvania tannery founded in 1867. 
This collection of handmade textiles & wares is created by artist/designer Carla Venticinque-Osborn. PO-EM textiles are made from homespun and handwoven fibers, and use natural dyes for color. Traditional methods of artisan design are explored such as block printing, weaving and resist-dying. Textile works are proudly made in partnership with established fair trade artisan cooperatives in India, Guatemala and Mexico. 

Thoughtfully crafted high-grade organic & wildcrafted essential oils for perfume and aromatic use. Run by two sisters and based in Boulder, Colorado, Rootfoot is founded on plants' wisdom, lunar cycles, aromatherapy, ayurveda, and yoga to facilitate a direct connection.

Designed by Cameron St. Clair. Her jewelry line is inspired by natural and earthly elements evoking an organic aesthetic to all her pieces that are simple yet bold.
Designed by Sarah Liller, the line focuses on clothes that feel good and that you can feel good about purchasing. Every piece is sewn in downtown San Francisco with fabrics that are milled in the USA whenever possible, lowering the carbon footprint and ensuring ethical labor practices. 

Sarah uses beads, stones, and vintage sequins pieced with brass shapes for organic statement jewelry. We can no longer say she is local since she moved to Utah, but they are still handmade in the USA. 

William Knopp and Jessica Tata are the husband and wife team behind Son of a Sailor. Much of the inspiration behind their handmade jewelry and accessories comes from the application of color, pattern, and geometry to materials with a rich history and story. They embrace the convergence of innovation, functionality, storytelling, and bright, bold geometry in all of their designs. Handmade in Austin, Texas.

The Good Twin is owned and operated by Katie Wilson, in Los Angeles, California, with help from a small team. Yes, Katie is a twin. She likes to think she's the good one, but it really depends on the day. All illustration and type work is hand drawn and printing is done locally using high quality recycled materials. 

Designed in Los Angeles by the adorable husband and wife team of Bucks and Does. The Odells have a nice collection of work and play pieces made from Ikats, fresh prints, and specialty dyed fabrics. Imported.

A minimalist style with a hint of light hearted fun.  Each hand crafted design is developed with simplicity in mind while drawing inspiration from architecture, math, science and the natural life around us. Base in Portland, Oregon and made in USA. 
Designed and handmade in Los Angeles, California, WKNDLA is a contemporary jewelry line that embraces empowerment through self-expression. Founded by Cindy Hsu Zell this line has quality and sustainability in mind. The collection is inspired by organic shapes found in abstract art, nature, architecture, and everyday moments. 
All of the artwork is illustrated by owner Sabrina Jackson and then screen printed on wonderfully soft Modal and cotton blend tees. Designed and made in Portland, Oregon.