Metalsmith and wax carving are Cristina Duarte Veronese's primary sculpting methods to create the stunning geometrical silver and gold jewelry line, Studio Duarte. The pieces have an almost architectural feel to them and are modern while still feeling timeless. Love!
NW Lovely Style is fine handcrafted jewelry made with semi-precious stones from all over the world. We love the mix of delicate sparkling pieces and bold statement jewelry. We also love that the company was created by two like-minded friends designing and creating their line from different parts of the world (New York and Caracas).
R. Nichols' colorful designs begin as intricate collages created with scissors, colored paper and glue – a skill he learned in 6th grade from a favorite teacher. The results are bright and cheerful prints, luggage tags, totes, and more; if you're lucky, you may even catch him making one here in person.
Lunacy Design's cotton tees for kids and adults are organic and handprinted in Brooklyn with adorable graphics. (We're especially in love with the bulldog onesie – and the close runner up, the gnome!)
Lungta Handicraft's gorgeous silk, cashmere, wool and cotton scarves are designed, printed and handmade in Nepal. We can think of a million ways to wear these super soft and flowy scarves, especially great for unpredictable New York weather.
Handmade all-natural coffee body scrub? Detox face mask? Aromatherapy bar soaps? Check, check, check. Add a little Netflix and a bottle of wine and you've got yourself a stellar at-home Spa night courtesy of Soap for Sinners!