Herd of Giraffes

The fabric of NL.


Image by Katsia Jazwinska


based in Brooklyn, New York


women owned • AAPI owned • handmade • social good


Brooklyn Candle Studio is an eco-conscious company produced by a small team in Industry City Brooklyn, a hub of makers, designers, artists, & small businesses. All of their employees earn at least $15 an hour with benefits: paid time off and subsidized healthcare, dental, and vision. They always opt to use recyclable packaging and shipping materials with as little plastic as possible.

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based in Kansas City, Missouri


women-owned • small batch • handmade


Native Atlas founder, Alexia, is a veteran esthetician and was born with the intention to provide simple, clean, & effective products sourced globally from their local origins. Hailing from Cocoa Beach, FL and her husband from Nairobi, Kenya, the pair strive to put travel in every bottle with their global experiences and evoking blends. Infused with wildcrafted & certified organic plants, alongside cold-pressed and unrefined oils for potent, modern holistic beauty solutions. Screams yes. Quality ingredients blended with slow-sourced products.

Natural Silk


based in York, Pennsylvania


women owned • handmade • small batch • social good


Creative Women is a fair trade home & lifestyle  company of makers. They have long-term partnerships with women-led artisans in cities across the world including Tunisia, Morocco, Zambia, India, Kenya, and more. Providing high quality jobs for their suppliers is their main priority, and only local, high quality fibers are used along with AZO-free dyes (AZO dyes can be contact allergens and carcinogenic). 


Each piece will have unique qualities in texture, softness, and dye. Creative Women believes that conscious consumerism — in which the act of buying is also one of giving — is a powerful way to effect change. 

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based in Austin, Texas


women owned • family run • handmade • small batch • social good

Slow North ia a women-owned, family run business that emerged from the belief that all the goods we invite into our homes could be beautiful, intentional, and natural. A true favorite, Slow North started as a side business in 2015 and has since turned into a vibrant small-batch manufacturing company. All goods are handcrafted in their Austin-based studio. Slow North believes in making their business a source of good in the world and donates 10% of their profits to the Central Texas Food Bank, The SAFE Alliance, RAICES, and KIVA.

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based in Charlotte, North Carolina


women owned • Black owned • small batch • handmade


Poppy Lane Organics was founded in 2009. As a natural cosmetic formulator and aromatherapist, PLO is passionate about creating effective and safe products that are plant-based and organic in order to protect ourselves and the planet. All products are carefully crafted in small batches to ensure the best in quality and consistency. Cruelty-free, organic, vegan, and chemical-free.



based in Calgery, Alberta


women owned • organic • small batch • handmade


Founded by sisters Dani and Lexi, The Gut Lab Inc. takes health for our bodies and communities seriously. With family and wellness at the heart of it all, TGL aims to help us all find joy in life, humour and light in it all, to take care of one another, and support their communities on their healthiest path yet.



based in Ottawa, Ontario


women owned • organic • B corp • small batch • social good


benefiting you, women, and the planet. founder Sheena believes that wellness rituals shouldn't be complicated. that’s why she created Tease to bring together natural, tea + botanical based products that compliment your goals without compromising convenience, sustainability, or impact.

a portion of proceeds from every order supports ambitious women founders through funding and mentorship programs.

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based in Oxford, United Kingdom


women owned • handmade • small batch


Established in 1996, Archivist Gallery has been combining a love for art with a good matchbook for decades. They understand that a match can be the start to something special - a memory to remember. All designs are printed on textured board and printed using traditional letterpress, while the matchsticks themselves are sourced from strictly controlled FSC-certified woodlands. Better for our bodies and the planet.

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based in Kansas City, Missouri


women owned • small batch • social good


Anaya designs unique home decor using natural materials from the earth. They partner with highly-skilled artisans in India, including some that descendant from the makers of the Taj Mahal. (That's seriously so cool). Lessons of such craftsmanship have truly been passed down through generations. "There's a level of craftsmanship and attention to detail that you will only find in India." Common travelers of the country, the founders of Anaya Home truly connect with their makers, and take pride in bringing their talents forward.

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based in Lakewood, Colorado


women owned • small batch • handmade


The term ‘hippy’ sometimes has negative connotations in today’s world. Moon & Ivy is demystifying the ‘hippy’ lifestyle, bringing it back to its roots through products that are 100% natural, hand-crafted, and carefully curated. Good vibes fuel them, which is why they work hard to source products that are free from parabens, animal cruelty, and animal products. Fusing old-age wisdom with a new-age twist.