Amira Mednick’s first job was at a bead store. There, she helped customers custom-design their own bracelets, necklaces and earrings. So, it’s not too surprising that years later (with a painting and drawing degree under her belt), Amira returned to her jewelry-making roots with her handmade accessories line, Amira Jewelry.
When all you need to do is look through your studio window for inspiration, you know you’ve chosen the right path. Windows open, summer breeze blowing, Jessica Lee is filled with the creative spirit, which is exactly how we feel when we look at her hand-dyed Willow Knows silk scarves.
Stone & Cloth
Los Angeles, CA
Matthew Clough launched Stone + Cloth after returning from a trip to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro. There he learned that his porter, Benson, earned about a dollar a day — which was enough to live on but sufficient to send kids to school. Matthew decided to do something about that.
Tracy Locke Castro
Fair Morning Blue
Before Tracy Locke Castro began Fair Morning Blue, she was a nursing instructor teaching public health to students. Struggling to find a way to turn her creative drive into a viable business, it took a life coach instructing her to “just go for it” (Thanks, Katherine!) to make her leap.
Jonelle Maira Jewelry
Jonelle Maira’s jewelry is the result of carefully selected vintage and reclaimed materials and her well-trained eye for what makes an eye-catching accessory. She’s been making jewelry since she was a little girl, and now as a woman with a daughter of her own, she’s sharing the results.
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