these necklaces are pretty.
but out of my price range
i’ll have to browse 41 perry st for more
December 13, 2010
October 28, 2010
kickstarter is a kicka$s website that helps small businesses earn investors – lots of them with small contributions as opposed to one with a huge donation.
i love the clever chain usage
pre-order these and more here. go on, support small design duo liz kinnmark + kegan fisher. small businesses are rad, women run businesses are fab and small women run businesses are my favorite !
September 7, 2010
August 30, 2010
beautiful flash o spiral necklace: neon + muted gray duet highlighted by hard plastic + soft satin. i like what’s coming out of manchester and want to see moreo
July 13, 2010
these remind me of a technique learned years ago in a very early metalsmithing class i took @ the baum school of art. there, i made rainbow metal jewelry with ann lalik
May 5, 2010
i *think* that these necklaces are junk+ion – whom i friggin ADORE/borderline obsessed
makes me want to go on my delayed honeymoon to morocco/egypt/israel even more so to buy up all the junktion i can fit in my suitcase
April 30, 2010
necklaces, scarves, statement pieces — call them what you will, i am in love.
find more on the webbysitey
January 20, 2010
available @ anthro
December 9, 2009
global goods partners is an organization very near to my heart – they are wonderful nfp org ‘dedicated to empowering women, alleviating poverty and promoting social justice’ <from their mission statement> i feel grateful that they bring unique handmade and free-trade products to the american market, thereby promoting independence and providing support to artisans worldwide. now through dec14, ggp is offering free shipping on orders over $50! -or- if you prefer a tactile shopping experience, there is an upcoming opportunity to do just that:
the holiday fair will take place next thursday, dec 17 in the urban zen center at stephan weiss studio : 711 greenwich st, from 12pm to 8pm. download a copy of the invite here. in eager anticipation, a few personal favs from their site:
perhaps my absolute favorite are these vibrant totes made of recycled rice bags <and lined with sturdy cotton> specifically supporting landmine and polio victims in cambodia:
having recently hiked the inka trail – i suppose i am partial to the following three selections and can personally attest to the warmth + softness of alpaca wool – which is attained similar to sheep shearing, no animal cruelty!
each photo is linked to the relevant product site – or browse the entire assortment here