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Mon, 28 Sep 2020 - Recent 12 Posts
1

Versatility is key for @jadeswim founder Brittany Kozerski. 👙 “I saw a void in the marketplace for high-quality swimwear that could also double as great layering pieces,” says the former fashion editor and stylist, who launched @jadeswim in 2016. Brittany’s designs are all meant to go beyond the beach and pool. 🏖☀️“I wanted my styles to shape and accentuate the body, give minimal tan lines and also seamlessly pair with your closet essentials.” 👙🆒

2

Former cashmere obsessive Lyndie Benson founded her Malibu-based luxury basics line, @bleusalt, in 2017 after discovering modal fabric. (What’s modal? It’s durable, affordable, eco-friendly—and as soft as cashmere.) 🧵💚🧵 All of Bleusalt’s size-inclusive pieces, including chic three-yard-long wraps, joggers and slouchy V-necks, are made in the US from Tencel, a modal that’s formulated from vegan, beech-tree-derived fibers. “If I was going to do anything, it had to be conscious—and sustainable,” says Lyndie. 🥰

3

“My team jokes that my inspiration is the construction worker sitting across from me on the subway who doesn’t even realize he’s wearing a perfect pair of jeans,” says @stillherenewyork’s Sonia Mosseri. Sonia’s line of L.A.-produced, vintage-vibe, hand-embellished denim launched in 2018. Her signature style, the Tate, is a classic high-rise, cropped, 100 percent cotton button-fly—but she’s also become known for her hand-painted pieces, which often feature bold stripes up the back. (“The stripes elongate your legs like crazy!” she says.) 👖😍 👖 “Denim is one of the only fabrics in a woman’s wardrobe that holds memory,” she says. “It changes color, it evolves.”

4

“Flint, Michigan is Everytown USA, and the issues that are happening here are happening everywhere,” says @genusee_official eyewear founder Ali Rose VanOverbeke. 👓🕶 @genusee_official glasses are made in Flint from upcycled single-use water bottles and are Ali’s way of giving back to the community, which has been so hard hit by its ongoing water crisis. “I'm really hoping we can create something impactful and powerful here,” the Michigan native says. “Our business model can be a case study for other communities. In the future, maybe we'll launch Genusee 2.0 in Newark, New Jersey or another city.” ❤️👓❤️

5

@linguanigra designer Alicia Goodwin has an eye for the unusual. “I’ll take something really, really odd or unconventional and then work around it,” says the FIT grad and jewelry industry veteran, whose nature-inspired accessories label regularly incorporates off-kilter materials like mollusk shells and Swedish krona. 💰🦞 The brand’s other defining feature? Artisanal metalwork. “I’m a perfectionist, but each piece needs to look made by hand,” says Alicia of intricately textured standouts, like etched gold-plated hoops and reticulated brass pendant necklaces. “I want everyone to know that I touched every single piece.” 😍 #ShareBlackStories

6

@dearannabellenyc founder Marcie Pantzer wants you to embrace your handwriting—no matter what it looks like. ✍🏽✍🏻✍🏿✍🏼“Handwriting is so soulful,” she says. “Some people will tell me, ‘My handwriting is ugly.’ That’s OK! How you write says a lot about you.” Formerly an editor at “Town & Country” magazine, Marcie launched the luxury stationery line (named after her daughter) in 2019 to “encourage people to send love and joy through paper.” 📫✉️📮 “Writing a letter has a sense of permanence,” says Marcie. “You can't really hang an email up on your wall.” 💌📷: @korenasinnett

7

“I was putting products together piecemeal to try to heal my skin,” says Desiree Verdejo, founder of beauty brand @gethyperskin. “As a woman of color, I didn’t feel the products were speaking to me and my concerns.” This realization motivated her to create something from a more inclusive place. That something is her Hyper Clear Brightening Clearing Vitamin C Serum. Packed with vitamins C and E, plus skin-soothing ingredients like turmeric, bearberry and kojic acid, the serum works to lighten dark marks and give complexions an overall glow. 🧖🏾‍♀️🥰 #ShareBlackStories

8

“You can open a book and be in a life totally different from your own,” says Emma Straub, best-selling author and co-owner of the Brooklyn bookshop @booksaremagicbk. 🏖📗❤️Opened in 2017, the Cobble Hill store is beloved not only for its expertly curated collection but for its optimistically hued tees, totes and baseball caps, which are emblazoned with the shop’s name and ethos. “We had a million different options,” says Emma on deciding what to call her business. “But Books Are Magic was the one that always made me smile.” 📚✨📚✨🥰

9

In 🎥 and 📺 a “meet cute” is when two people who are destined to be in a relationship first encounter each other in an often charming or humorous way. 💞🎬 In the story of Aminatou Sow and her best friend, Ann Friedman, the meet cute happened at a “Gossip Girl” watch party, circa 2009. (❌⭕️❌⭕) (@annfriedman noticed @aminatou ’s “Chuck + Blair” shirt from across the room, and the rest was history.) Eleven years later, the pair, co-hosts of the hit podcast “Call Your Girlfriend,” have just released their first book, “Big Friendship: How We Keep Each Other Close.” 📞✨ 📚In writing jointly about their own friendship, they discuss why platonic attachments aren’t treated as seriously by society as romantic or professional relationships. (“It’s very much tied into capitalist and patriarchal ideas of how people should organize their lives,” says Ann.) But anyone with a BFF knows that there’s nothing better than that spark of mutual understanding—and nothing more painful than a rift. 🎭Aminatou and Ann have experienced both over the last decade. “Before we started writing @bigfriendshipbook, I had some broad ideas of what could be in it,” says Aminatou. “Of course, we were going to write about race, and, of course, we were going to write about how we met…But every single word that ended up on the page was a surprise to me, because we had to do that work together.” 💗

10

“My grandmother believed that a lady should wear the right shade of lipstick, always have a hanky in her purse and know how to write a wicked thank-you note,” says @effiespaper founder Kalyn Johnson Chandler. Kalyn’s stationery and gifts brand is named for her family’s matriarch, a greeting card industry veteran. 💌 😲 💌 A former lawyer, Kalyn launched her company in 2011 after finding joy while designing her own wedding invitations. Today, in addition to cards and notepads, she offers everyday items emblazoned with affirmations, like “Black girl magic” and “The future is female.”  🙌🏾🙌🏿🙌🏻🙌🏽🙌🏼

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1

“I often test a recipe 15 to 20 times, which means my diet for the past three years has basically been butter and chocolate,” says “100 Cookies" author @sarah_kieffer.  😯 🍫 😂  As a self-taught baker, Sarah’s penchant for baking started at 14, when her love for cookie dough inspired her to perfect her own chocolate chip recipe. 👩🏻‍🍳 🍪 “100 Cookies,” her latest book, is a mix of classic recipes and modern takes on old favorites. “Baking can be really intimidating,” says Sarah. “But even when cookies don’t turn out right, they still taste good 99 percent of the time”. 🍪❤️✨📚

2

“You can open a book and be in a life totally different from your own,” says Emma Straub, best-selling author and co-owner of the Brooklyn bookshop @booksaremagicbk. 🏖📗❤️Opened in 2017, the Cobble Hill store is beloved not only for its expertly curated collection but for its optimistically hued tees, totes and baseball caps, which are emblazoned with the shop’s name and ethos. “We had a million different options,” says Emma on deciding what to call her business. “But Books Are Magic was the one that always made me smile.” 📚✨📚✨🥰

3

In 🎥 and 📺 a “meet cute” is when two people who are destined to be in a relationship first encounter each other in an often charming or humorous way. 💞🎬 In the story of Aminatou Sow and her best friend, Ann Friedman, the meet cute happened at a “Gossip Girl” watch party, circa 2009. (❌⭕️❌⭕) (@annfriedman noticed @aminatou ’s “Chuck + Blair” shirt from across the room, and the rest was history.) Eleven years later, the pair, co-hosts of the hit podcast “Call Your Girlfriend,” have just released their first book, “Big Friendship: How We Keep Each Other Close.” 📞✨ 📚In writing jointly about their own friendship, they discuss why platonic attachments aren’t treated as seriously by society as romantic or professional relationships. (“It’s very much tied into capitalist and patriarchal ideas of how people should organize their lives,” says Ann.) But anyone with a BFF knows that there’s nothing better than that spark of mutual understanding—and nothing more painful than a rift. 🎭Aminatou and Ann have experienced both over the last decade. “Before we started writing @bigfriendshipbook, I had some broad ideas of what could be in it,” says Aminatou. “Of course, we were going to write about race, and, of course, we were going to write about how we met…But every single word that ended up on the page was a surprise to me, because we had to do that work together.” 💗

4

@dearannabellenyc founder Marcie Pantzer wants you to embrace your handwriting—no matter what it looks like. ✍🏽✍🏻✍🏿✍🏼“Handwriting is so soulful,” she says. “Some people will tell me, ‘My handwriting is ugly.’ That’s OK! How you write says a lot about you.” Formerly an editor at “Town & Country” magazine, Marcie launched the luxury stationery line (named after her daughter) in 2019 to “encourage people to send love and joy through paper.” 📫✉️📮 “Writing a letter has a sense of permanence,” says Marcie. “You can't really hang an email up on your wall.” 💌📷: @korenasinnett

5

@linguanigra designer Alicia Goodwin has an eye for the unusual. “I’ll take something really, really odd or unconventional and then work around it,” says the FIT grad and jewelry industry veteran, whose nature-inspired accessories label regularly incorporates off-kilter materials like mollusk shells and Swedish krona. 💰🦞 The brand’s other defining feature? Artisanal metalwork. “I’m a perfectionist, but each piece needs to look made by hand,” says Alicia of intricately textured standouts, like etched gold-plated hoops and reticulated brass pendant necklaces. “I want everyone to know that I touched every single piece.” 😍 #ShareBlackStories

6

“My skin freaked out in my 20s,” says @peetrivko’s Johanna Peet, who launched her nontoxic, plant-based skin-care brand in 2017. 🌱🧴Johanna’s line is fragrance-free and doesn’t use any essential oils—and she regularly refines her formulas to make them even better. “I spent the last year switching all our products to a plant-based preservative system,” she says. 🌿 “I’ve come across very few people who have skin as sensitive as mine. So I feel like if a product works for *my* skin, I have a lot of bases covered.” 🧖🏾‍♀️🧖🏻‍♀️🧖🏽‍♂️

7

Versatility is key for @jadeswim founder Brittany Kozerski. 👙 “I saw a void in the marketplace for high-quality swimwear that could also double as great layering pieces,” says the former fashion editor and stylist, who launched @jadeswim in 2016. Brittany’s designs are all meant to go beyond the beach and pool. 🏖☀️“I wanted my styles to shape and accentuate the body, give minimal tan lines and also seamlessly pair with your closet essentials.” 👙🆒

8

“I was putting products together piecemeal to try to heal my skin,” says Desiree Verdejo, founder of beauty brand @gethyperskin. “As a woman of color, I didn’t feel the products were speaking to me and my concerns.” This realization motivated her to create something from a more inclusive place. That something is her Hyper Clear Brightening Clearing Vitamin C Serum. Packed with vitamins C and E, plus skin-soothing ingredients like turmeric, bearberry and kojic acid, the serum works to lighten dark marks and give complexions an overall glow. 🧖🏾‍♀️🥰 #ShareBlackStories

9

Former cashmere obsessive Lyndie Benson founded her Malibu-based luxury basics line, @bleusalt, in 2017 after discovering modal fabric. (What’s modal? It’s durable, affordable, eco-friendly—and as soft as cashmere.) 🧵💚🧵 All of Bleusalt’s size-inclusive pieces, including chic three-yard-long wraps, joggers and slouchy V-necks, are made in the US from Tencel, a modal that’s formulated from vegan, beech-tree-derived fibers. “If I was going to do anything, it had to be conscious—and sustainable,” says Lyndie. 🥰

10

“Flint, Michigan is Everytown USA, and the issues that are happening here are happening everywhere,” says @genusee_official eyewear founder Ali Rose VanOverbeke. 👓🕶 @genusee_official glasses are made in Flint from upcycled single-use water bottles and are Ali’s way of giving back to the community, which has been so hard hit by its ongoing water crisis. “I'm really hoping we can create something impactful and powerful here,” the Michigan native says. “Our business model can be a case study for other communities. In the future, maybe we'll launch Genusee 2.0 in Newark, New Jersey or another city.” ❤️👓❤️

11

“My team jokes that my inspiration is the construction worker sitting across from me on the subway who doesn’t even realize he’s wearing a perfect pair of jeans,” says @stillherenewyork’s Sonia Mosseri. Sonia’s line of L.A.-produced, vintage-vibe, hand-embellished denim launched in 2018. Her signature style, the Tate, is a classic high-rise, cropped, 100 percent cotton button-fly—but she’s also become known for her hand-painted pieces, which often feature bold stripes up the back. (“The stripes elongate your legs like crazy!” she says.) 👖😍 👖 “Denim is one of the only fabrics in a woman’s wardrobe that holds memory,” she says. “It changes color, it evolves.”

12

“My grandmother believed that a lady should wear the right shade of lipstick, always have a hanky in her purse and know how to write a wicked thank-you note,” says @effiespaper founder Kalyn Johnson Chandler. Kalyn’s stationery and gifts brand is named for her family’s matriarch, a greeting card industry veteran. 💌 😲 💌 A former lawyer, Kalyn launched her company in 2011 after finding joy while designing her own wedding invitations. Today, in addition to cards and notepads, she offers everyday items emblazoned with affirmations, like “Black girl magic” and “The future is female.”  🙌🏾🙌🏿🙌🏻🙌🏽🙌🏼

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