Olivia Rose The Label is a one woman show. Olivia Havelock is founder, designer and sole seamstress for Olivia Rose The Label, the cult Instagram brand that makes to-order your dream wedding guest dresses. Every item is completely designed and handmade to order by me in my studio in Edinburgh, UK. The making process includes the designing, fabric sourcing, cutting out, sewing, stitching, steaming, labelling, packaging and sending of each individual item, along with its own personal hand written note.
Elizabeth Suzann had one mission: to create high-quality, fashion-forward clothing. Her self-named line does just that while remaining transparent with consumers. Suzann has proved that sustainable and ethical processes are totally worth the cost.
The clothing and accessories brand was co-founded by Melanie Bolin and Lina Dickinson with the hopes of creating a brand that embodies utility, tranquility, and simplicity – mindful products and minimal packaging are central to the brand’s development process. Plus, all of the products are tagged with words of wisdom that are carefully crafted to uplift you when you need it.
BAUCE is a lifestyle site for self-made women. We create and curate content that helps ambitious women from multicultural backgrounds build their empires, achieve financial freedom, and look good while doing it. We’re not just a publication. Being a BAUCE is a lifestyle.
Founder and owner Kai Avent-deLeon was born and raised in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, which is where she opened her sleek boutique and cafe, Sincerely, Tommy. She stocks a curated selection of womenswear, artful jewelry, and statement pieces for the home that represent an effortlessly elevated style.
Gaelle Drevet’s first fashion venture, Pixie Market, was an instant success with young New Yorkers looking for on-trend pieces at affordable prices. And her grown-up version, The Frankie Shop, also gained cult status for its unfussy, minimal, and wallet-conscious styles.
This Lower East Side shop immediately gained cult status for its line of bags and shoes that take you seamlessly from day into night. Designer and tastemaker MNZ, as she’s known in New York, designs her own It-girl essentials.
Judi Rosen sources premium domestic Japanese and Italian fabrics (in exclusively organic or natural fibers) and strives to keep her production footprint as small as possible, focusing on minimizing waste and travel. Her 100 percent ethically-sourced denim line is coveted for the way it truly flatters all curves.
Known for handmade, locally-produced clogs and beautiful dresses, No. 6 Store is the brainchild of founder and designer Karin Bereson. Tucked away in Little Italy in NYC, you’ll find classic designs updated with quirky, on-trend patterns.
With a highly-curated selection of independent designers that are relaxed yet fashion-forward, Oroboro, founded by April Hughes, features unique accessories, beauty products, and home goods that enhance the spaces between the flowy clothes.