This Aliya Wanek sweatshirt is cropped in just the right place. It's handmade in the Bay Area from organic cotton and comes in a gorgeous range of colors.
This is the body wash I brought with me to the hospital when my daughter was born. It's special in every way, including being sustainably made and certified organic.
Celebrated self-care storyteller Alexandra Elle's new book is a soulful guide to embrace all the beauty, love, and opportunity life has to offer.
Eu'Genia is hands down the best source for shea butter. Their nuts are processed in-house ensuring transparency and guaranteed quality.
One of the top producers of Zinfandel in California, Brown Estate Vineyards is the first and only Black owned estate winery in the Napa Valley.
A 2019 James Beard Foundation Book Award Nominee! This cookbook captures Jerrelle's food journey while using ingredients that make her feel connected to the world and the person she has become.
McMullen has become well known for bringing global fashion to the Bay Area. They support design and manufacturing that impact communities and empower women while also working to fill a market gap by supporting African and African-American designers.
Élan Byrd's exquisite wall hangings and art are a celebration of the connection between earth and hand.
Cafe con Libros (coffee with books) is an intersectional Feminist community bookstore and coffee shop. A place where everyone, especially females, are affirmed and celebrated.
Aligned Astrology was created to help people align with their highest selves. Aaya Samadhi uses astrology as a tool to help her clients gain self awareness, care and ultimately deep healing.
A soothing two-toned bath mat named after Omo Valley’s Karo tribe in Ethiopia. It's handwoven from 100% cotton making it both beautiful and functional.
Briana of Sun and Lace hand cuts and sews every piece in her Wisconsin studio. From hair accessories to shoes, these items are a beautiful addition to your baby's wardrobe or the perfect gift. These moccasins come with customizable soles depending on your baby's stage - genius!
Ron Nicole's ethereal, grounded artwork sells out almost immediately but we had to include anyways. We feel instantly calmer when looking at her work.
A personal favorite for sustainable baby and kids clothes, toys, books and more, including their own brand Le Petit Elle.
Natural and calming handmade stoneware that reveals the raw beauty of clay.
The recipes in Carla Hall's latest cookbook deliver her distinctive Southern flavors using farm-fresh ingredients.
Gorgeous and modern design on 100% recycled paper.
This series includes 7 audio meditations to introduce you to Tracee Stanley's transformational work.
Monrowe is a unisex line of ready-to-wear hats, made in the USA and created for the bold at heart. More timeless than trendy, the brims blend nuances from ‘40s and ‘50s Jazz Era styles with classic Western shapes and contemporary elements.
This approach to wellness is holistic, hedonistic, and real.
Beautiful, one of a kind, clay earrings handmade by founder Khadeejah Honesty. Soultry's designs embody an earthy, abstract representation of different cultures, traveled places and art styles.
An incredible vintage edit. These high waisted shorts are on our wish list.
Awesome digital and physical prints by artist Emma Hall.
We can say from personal experience that this is hands down the best razor on the market. Oui the People strongly believes that beauty shouldn’t come at the expense of our psyche. Rather than pursuing flawlessness, the company aims to build efficacious products, designed thoughtfully, that help you feel great in the skin you’re already in.
This blend consists of 6 organic essential superfoods to support skin glow, debloating, and immunity. We like ours mixed into morning coffee.
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