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ON THE BLOG:
When Lindsay Eyth, design brain behind The Mall, a trailer-cum-boutique parked behind the Museum of Human Achievement, set out to brand the space, she hoped to capture the spirit of hope and wonder those giant shopping centers inspired in us as tweens.
With a full day of panels, a killer venue and 💥kickass attendees💥, more than 2600 folks attended craftHER Market Spring 2017. Didn't make it out? No worries—we've got you.
By layering color and texture, paint and imagery, Xochi Solis' complex works are pure expression of "mood and vibration" — obscured renderings of the everyday source material from which she derives inspiration and raw material.
Haiku Press, a local handcrafted jewelry brand made using natural stones and beads, is the passion project of Libby Brennan, a babe "inspired by the geometry of color and design."
We're missing EMPRESS, our SXSW showcase hard! Listen to this playlist, featuring a selection of EMPRESS' artists, and relive the magic with us.
From a young age, Davonna Corzine has been interested in the metaphysical realm, learning the practice of tarot card reading — what she likens metaphysical therapy — in high school.
Available in a wide array of colors, Daisy Native's "Girls Support Girls" shirt could be seen across women's marches in January, worn as a sign of solidarity for all women.
Gender equity, of course, means the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes. But what does that mean to you?
On March 8, 2017, we'll celebrate International Women's Day, a call on the masses (and ourselves) to help forge a better working world—a more inclusive, gender-equal world.
“She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry,” directed by filmmaker and activist Mary Dore, is a wide-encompassing look at the second wave feminist movement — one that covers a broad range of issues tackled by women between 1966 and 1971, including reproductive rights, sexual liberation, rape consciousness, lesbianism, and women’s health.