Makié Yahagi designs womenswear and children’s clothing with an incredibly discerning eye. Sweet details and delicate accents make these pieces completely unique. A thoughtful simplicity and inherently Japanese aesthetic make Makie a truly special collection.
Stainless steel clothespins designed in 1969 by Louis Violet and still manufactured today by the Violet family in their workshop in the South of France. Guaranteed to never rust, break, or loose their spring.
Sand formed glass paperweights modeled after jellyfish.
Made in Oaxaca / 4.5" / Glass / Choice of swirl or bubble
After moving to the United States from South Korea, Christina Kim started Dosa, a label inspired by handcrafted materials and traditional textile techniques from around the world. As a cornerstone of Dosa, content is rigorously considered. The materials that go into each garment are specifically organic, naturally-dyed, hand-loomed and employ hand-stitching. Silhouettes are based on vernacular uniforms from across the world, particularly India. The focus for the collection is to create pieces that are versatile, functional and travel easily.
Illustrated tarot deck that includes 78 cards filled with beautiful imagery. Great for seasoned readers or those totally new to the Tarot. The cards come in a printed box with a black lifting ribbon and fold-out guide to get you familiar with the cards. Open your mind, draw a card, and have fun on your journey...
The Wild Unknown
Made in LA / Intricately illustrated by Kim Krans /78 cards
Breed specific wool sheep, handmade from recycled wool and virgin wool fleece. Each sheep comes with a tag that tells the breed, the state where the sheep and shepherd reside, and care and storage instructions for wool.
Made in Portland / 3.5" long x 4" tall
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