Specializing in handmade gifts for tiny humans, JamJamsJam knows clever. From witty onsesies to tees and more - all items are handmade in Brooklyn and are guaranteed to make you smile.
eLo founder Timothy George wanted a lip balm that moisturized for more than a few moments without feeling dry, sticky or bulky. After realizing that doesn’t exist, eLo was conceptualized. eLo is his blend of organic and healing ingredients that yields a luxurious and ultra moisturizing lip balm that you’ll instantly fall in love with.
Lisa Mignoli founded Metrix Jewelry in 2013. Growing up in New York City, and graduating the prestigious Fashion Institute, Lisa is used to a constant state of motion. Therefore, she takes solace in the few things that remain constant. Geometric shapes are at the center of all Metrix Jewelry’s creations.
Designing and making handmade wearable art jewelry since 2003, Urbanrose jewelry has beauty and a touch of whimsy, combiningelegance with cutting edge digital and media technology. Handcrafted in NYC, Urbanrose collections reflect the pulse and energy of New York, featuring rich eco-friendly patinas, as well as pieces embellished with altered art imagery and other repurposed materials.
CaraCruz Brooklyn sells jewelry made with hard-to-find objects such as handmade African beads, vintage chains and charms, and other rare materials. Founders Tania and Jimena find inspiration in the rich history of these materials, New York City and the Argentinian landscapes of their past.
Cecilia Greco found her love for fashion and jewelry design at a young age. Born in Argentina, she was exposed to many artisans. She ended up becoming a video editor, but found greater passion in sharing her jewelry-making talents with people. Thus, My Fork Art was born. All forks and spoons used in her products are vintage and the agate stones used are sourced from Argentina.
Paper Plane Coffee is a fair trade registered company, and the product of 5 generations of Colombian coffee cultivators. They roast in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. Their flagship single origin "Tatama" comes directly from their hometown Santuario, Risaralda in the mountains of Colombia, where the family farm has been for 70 years.
BERIQISU, created by Belkis Whyte, was inspired by her upbringing in Boston, her heritage in Ghana and her experiences as a young designer in New York. This variety of experiences, helped her envision a collection that made sense for her American lifestyle. It needed to be tailored, well crafted and incorporate the inspiring prints and rich colors of her Ghanaian heritage.