Celebrating the Inspiring Women of History

In honor of International Women’s Month, over the next few weeks we will be highlighting the accomplishments and impacts of our own female designers in our editorials. However, in celebration of International Women’s Day today, we would like to share with you the stories of a few incredible, awe-inspiring, society-shifting women from around the globe.

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Yasuko Azuma Diamond Muget Ring Stack

Introducing: Yasuko Azuma

The grace present in Yasuko Azuma’s work came to fruition through her time as a dancer in New York. Years spent seeking balance and poise have taught her how to create fluid lines that enhance the natural beauty of each stone.

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Danny Kaplan: Subtle Ceramics, Modeled After the Simplest of Forms

Inside a former bottling factory in Brooklyn, the artist Danny Kaplan creates hand-thrown lamps and objects that feel at once ancient and modern.

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Introducing: Catarina Riccabona

Catarina Riccabona is an award winning textile designer and weaver at the forefront of the UK craft scene. After winning the Cockpit Arts/Clothworkers’ Foundation Award in 2012, she established a weaving practice collaborating with interior designers and a few retail outlets. Her work is found at leading craft galleries, including FLOW and The New Craftsmen, and is regularly covered in publications like Selvedge, Milk and Hole & Corner. 

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Marsèll Presents: Persona

In honor of the brand’s 20th anniversary, Marsèll presents Eliot Sumner as the face of Persona, through a campaign shot by Federico Radaelli in Wiltshire, UK. Acting as a muse, Eliot is a multi-disciplinary artist the brand deeply identifies with, as they are the essence of natural beauty that pushes the boundaries of gender and labels.

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Homemade Sparkling White Wine Sangria with Peaches and Raspberries

Traditional White Wine Sangria

With summer in full swing, gather berries, an apple, some mint from your garden and white wine to create a refreshing sangria!

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Introducing: Prounis Jewelry

Jewelry creates more emotion than any other accessory, bookmarking life’s most valuable moments. Engagement rings passed through generations or the necklace a mother gifts her daughter are just a few keyframes in the screenplay of a woman’s life. With this in mind, Jean Prounis channels her love of antiquities and her family’s lineage of creating treasured memories and objects.

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Monies: Baroque Pearls

The obvious variations in the size and shape of baroque pearls were once seen as a disadvantage. Today, the one-of-a-kind qualities that they have to offer are a reflection of the personality wearing them. In this way, it is no surprise Monies often works with baroque pearls, the ultimate representation of uniquely elegant self-expression.

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Bertozzi: Rosa Antica Table Linens

World of Interiors: Bertozzi, Rosa Antica

Highlighted in the May 2014 edition of the World of Interiors, Bertozzi produces handmade home goods that are imbued with history and craftsmanship that spans generations. Once again, they have been mentioned thanks to their ‘Rosa Antica’ table runners and napkins. Block printed by hand, they are inspired by dominoté papers, the precedent to wallpaper by the roll.

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Sia Taylor Making Jewelry

Introducing: Sia Taylor

British designer Sia Taylor was a sculpture artist, originally graduating from London’s Royal College of Art. Spending time during her last semester in Botswana, she immersed herself in the art of jewelry making, inspired by the subtle intricacies of nature, creating work that is an impression of its essence.

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Introducing: Alix D. Reynis

Alix D. Reynis studied law much like her father, before devoting herself to her true passion: sculpture. In 2011, she began by designing tableware, eventually expanding her business to include scented candles, lighting, and most recently, jewelry.

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Mieko Mintz: The Transformation of Saris

Kantha stitching gives life to old textiles and creates work, a community and a voice for women. The creation of these textiles is transformative through folklore and their religious properties as well as physically, by transforming other peoples’ belongings into an item with a continued history. Kanthas are a synthesis of many lives and an […]

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Todd & Duncan Cashmere Swatches

Hania: Color Innovation

Hania New York offers a variety of sweaters, from machine to hand-knit. The yarns for their machine-knit collection are produced by the world-renowned mill Todd & Duncan, who are widely known for their quality cashmere in striking color stories.

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House Beautiful: Best Home Stores in America

House Beautiful’s list of Best Home Stores in America was formed in the spirit of America’s small business owners, designers and artisanal merchants. We are proud to be featured in their December issue as the Best Glassware Store in America. Material tactility is at the center of how we curate our glassware. Our designers possess […]

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Introducing: Deborah Ehrlich

A classically trained sculptor, Deborah Ehrlich, has been producing glassware defined by its ethereal form and weight since the late 1990s. The simplistic silhouettes she creates are anything but effortless – rather, they are a culmination of her life experiences.

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Trippen Winter Sole Styles

The Best Trippen Styles for Winter

Waw leather and elevated soles are well suited for winter, regardless of the climate. Whether you enjoy wedge boots, a platform sole, or something only slightly raised, there is a pair of Trippen that is perfect for you.

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Sabina Savage: The Treasures of Pompeii Drawings

View the collection illustrations in progress, and see how the drawings transform into detailed and intricate scarf designs.Sabina creates a story for each collection, as shown below, which is then illustrated and narrated through her elaborate handiwork. As catastrophe looms over the ancient city, which possessions will be valuable enough to save? The year is […]

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Biyan Fall/Winter 2020

Introducing: Biyan

Biyan Wannatmadja is a Chinese-Indonesian fashion designer born in Surabaya. He graduated from Müller and Sohn Private Modeschule in Germany, followed by the London College of Fashion after studying professional pattern-making. It was there that Biyan connected with Stephen Worth and Michael Talboys who tutored him before he returned to Indonesia to launch his first line in 1984.

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Sabina Savage: The Treasures of Pompeii Moodboard

The studio moodboard for The Treasures of Pompeii has a palette of antiqued, ancient hues taken from the walls of the historic city. Discover key elements of Sabina Savage’s research here, and view some of the images which inspired her designs. This collection references the beautiful artworks and artifacts uncovered during the excavation of the […]

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The Organic Aesthetics of Akiko Hirai

Hailing from Japan, London-based Akiko Hirai has been repeatedly heralded as one of ceramic’s most unique talents. Though initially she has studied cognitive psychology in Japan, her attention quickly shifted to immersing herself in traditional and nontraditional crafting of pottery and ceramic. She has since earned her degree in the field from Central St Martins […]

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Dancing with Péro Disco

Acting as a multi-color premonition, India-based Péro has delivered a line of playful and fun garments to lift our spirits through the end of the year. The line shines in sequined details and pops of candy red, blue and purple, complemented signature Péro embroidery and tailoring. Péro’s focus highlights the innate playfulness and joy that […]

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Lauren Manoogian and Axel Vervoordt

This season, Manoogian’s work found a home within the penthouse of the Greenwich Hotel. Designed by Axel Vervoordt, this particular space within the hotel boasts plastered walls and earthy wooden plank floors. Throughout the photography produced for this season, it is hard to tell where a sweater begins and ends, as shades of ecru, taupe […]

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Stamperia Bertozzi: 100 Years

Over the course of one hundred years, Stamperia Bertozzi has flourished at the hands of three generations, and solidified the foundation of their family legacy. Exquisite in its subtle opulence, each piece they create is fused with rustic traditionalism. Their products are a testament to meticulous handmade luxury, steeped in history, skillful artisanship and sustainable […]

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About Daniela Gregis

With an emphasis on high quality natural materials and exuberant splashes of color, Daniela Gregis marries modern sophistication and artisanal Italian craftsmanship. Her aesthetic is informed by fluidity, poetry and the balance of the natural world; it is a deeply human minimalism, fueled by humility and harmony. In a world where traditional artistry and meaningful […]

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