Not in the mood to purchase a rainbow flag t-shirt you’re probably only going to wear once? There are so many ways to support the LGBTQ+ community without turning to large corporations. Here’s a list of five ways to put your money directly where it counts.
Maayan Alper-Swan is an illustrator and textile designer based in New York. With a long list of countries traveled to and unique collaborations with political organizations, her work is informed by the many cultures she has experienced and issues she is passionate about. Read on to learn about what drives Maayan’s work and her tips for those trying to break into the freelance illustration world!
Jen Fleischer of Ibu Textiles is a full-on textile aficionado. With commissioned work, classes all over New York and an ambition to keep her business authentically her, this interview will inspire you to pick up a new hobby or build a brand that stays true to you.
Kimberly started her natural soap line out of a desire to bring real ingredients to those suffering from eczema and other skin issues. She comes to her work with knowledge about commercial brand skincare products and creates hers with truth and community in mind. Read on to learn about her and her brand!
While there are a lot of trendy plant shops popping up all over New York, it can be hard to find the good value, helpful staff and products to facilitate the growth of your green babies through our cold winters and apartments full of forced heating. I’ve rounded up my 10 current favorite plant shops in NYC:
A brief history on the limited government restrictions that have been placed on the types of ingredients and manufacturing practices of our home health and beauty products, and what you can do about it.