Fashion & Beauty

Since forever, people have been making jewelry to make themselves more beautiful, or wore it as symbols of different things like class and status, ethnicity, marital status, etc. Jewelry is often culture-specific, so we can see that in different parts of the world different materials are being used, and jewelry is being differently shaped and worn. Also, jewelry is the oldest archeological...
While the fashion industry is all about which look sells the most and not being seen twice in the same outfit, there’s a new hip fashion brand that combats these stereotypes and is looking to set up some new standards on the market.   Organic Basics are a company that values sustainability of materials more than anything else. They choose fabrics that are eco-friendly and made to last at the same time, and opt to collaborate with factories that have the same goal as...
ChattyFeet's Instagram bio reads: "Serious fun. That’s what #chattyfeet is all about. We create character socks with witty names to bring a little fun into your day." Indeed, you have to be a truly uptight kind of person to not enjoy the serious fun the ChattyFeet offers. Created by Gil and Humberto (who met while studying Communication...
Britta Boekmann
What better way to capture the beauty of a country's ocean landscapes than using the same materials littered all over to create jewelry? Britta Boekmann is a German designer who uses authentic beach sand and resin to handcraft tiny, wearable beach accessories that wearers can wear to help remind them of the good times...
Jewelry, clothing, and bags brand Tuza is known for its bright, colorful, and quirky designs. Founded by Suzzan Atala, the Mexican City-based brand has an ethical core and works with sustainable ingredients. "Tuza has become one of the most sustainable and ethical brands of its kind by maintaining a made to order model in...
Bristol-based designer, stylist, and illustrator Sophie Filomena creates wearable art that you can either hang on your wall or your ears. Inspired by '80s aesthetic and the Memphis Milano cultural phenomenon of Italian design, her work is made to evoke feelings of confidence that let you take on the world. Graduating from the...
Melike Dez is a Toronto-based photographer who specializes in movement photography; she loves photography dance and circus arts. In her latest project, Dez collaborated with wedding and party dress designer Maria Arciero and launched a new poetic photographic series. “It’s been a long time since I wanted to “marry” (!) ballet and wedding dresses,” artist...
Here's a reminder: life's too short to take fashion seriously. So why not add a little something, something to your outfit? Layla Alter's quirky jewelry could be that something, something. A heart-shaped choker? Check! Cherry shaped earrings? Why not. Launched in 2018, Alter's jewlery brand (based in NYC), Alterita, is known for it's whimsical, beachy...
What do nails and trainers have in common? Jessica Washick, apparently. After relocating from New York City to Portland, the highly sought after nail artist turned sneaker designer now works as a Senior Color Designer at Nike and is behind some of our favorite Air Force 1 styles. According to Washick, she started painting her nails in...
How unique can a person get? How many limited editions sneakers can you order until you realize that those pairs are limited, yes, but not unique, you are not the only person in the world who has them. If this is a problem in your every-day life, it’s about time you meet The Shoe Surgeon. His job is exactly what...

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