A Mindful Curation
Mindful shopping, made personal. Discover the latest curation of artisan and handmade goods.
A global brand of quality, luxe jewelry complete with sustainable and reusable packaging. Thatch believes luxury should be attainable and jewelry should be handmade with care for everyday wear. As designers and creators, they consider what modern life looks like and how they can adorn it with a special touch, because the connection you feel to your jewelry should be a meaningful one.
Na Nin was started in 2009 as a vintage clothing line celebrating a love of nostalgia and kindness. Today Na Nin continues to expand its offerings with an in-house line of clothing, vintage, and fragrances alongside a curated selection of items by independent designers.
Abby Alley creates beautiful, modern, ethically made jewelry and handbags for your everyday life. Each product is intentionally designed and handmade in small batches in Kenya and Tanzania.
EIDYLLIA believes simplicity is beauty. That ethos guides them through every part of the design process, from sourcing clean and traceable fabrics, translating them into timeless styles that surpass seasons, and sewing with quality craftsmanship made to last.
Known for their beautiful play on classic shapes, modern detail & quintessential Parisian charm, Clare V. is a female-founded brand that has an enduring appeal that's all its own. With durable design in mind, each piece is part of an ever-growing collection that transports La Vie CV from their home-base in L.A. around the world.
Respect for product, people and the planet is at the heart of everything they do. As a brand, they are redefining modern, feminine style. Their products are handcrafted in family factories in Spain and El Salvador, where they mindfully source the highest quality leathers for everyday wear, for years to come.
Coco Shop is an Antiguan brand that was founded in 1949 by siblings Pat Starr and Amos Morrill. Started as a crafts table in the island's capital of St. John's, its goal was to give local artists a place to sell their work. Its high-quality, cotton clothing in island prints, each the result of collaboration between many hands, made it truly representative of the island. In 2019, Taylor Simmons relaunched the island brand, preserving its history and bringing its product to a wider audience, while maintaining its pledge to support Antiguan artists.
LAUDE The Label
LAUDE the Label empowers women around the world to find financial freedom through safe and meaningful employment at living wages. They offer a slower and more conscious approach to fashion and production to alleviate the impact the conventional industry has on climate change and cycles of poverty. Their model moves the fashion industry toward a more humane approach, where the Earth and the maker are valued equally to the customer.