We love the holidays, but know they can be hectic and challenging at times. This embroidered Zen T-Shirt is a beautiful reminder to stop and breath. It’s a great gift for your yoga practicing friends, family and kids. It is available in black and white and all sizes for men, women and children.

Shop owner David Zalben is a multi-talented Miami based artist. He is internationally renown for his skills in wire work, a minimalistic approach that reduces objects to their essential shapes using wire. A sort of poetry in line-art.
David translated this practice into fiber art embroidery where he designs sometimes irreverent and always beautiful motifs on t-shirts, denim jackets, totes, dresses, the ubiquitous face mask and just about anything that can be embroidered.

We love this mala made of 108 natural Old Phoebe wood beads with a lovely antique looking Tibetan prayer wheel (paper prayer inside) and a light gray tassel made from Lithuanian linen thread. After the 21st bead, there is a Czech glass spacer bead surrounded by small brass spacers.

This Nomad Soul design is a beautiful and mindful gift for someone special. A reminder to stay present in the joy around us.

We’re not superstitious but a little evil eye protection couldn’t hurt. You will look stunning sporting this rhinestone studded clutch. Dress it up or down, jeans or LBD.

Gypsy Sunday is a woman lead company based in Miami that sources artisanal accessories from all over the world. Check out her shop for more goodies.

Another favorite among our staff. Unique, modern, and elegant you won’t want to take off  this gold plated Rose Quartz bangle. It’s adjustable so it fits any wrist

Rose Quartz is a heart chakra stone so it opens the heart and soothes your emotions, allowing you to restore trust as an essential process for moving forward. It also facilitates you to bring true love into your life.

Creo Healing Jewelry is a modern and sustainable handmade collection that integrates fashion with the healing power of natural crystals and gemstones. Check out their shop for more heart centered gifts.

OMG I’m fainting. These velvet, toddler, harem pants are too adorable for words.  I don’t have kids and I want them! What can we say, comfy and dressy for when you get the little ones all dressied up.

Minik Collection is a Miami based company that appreciates and works with the slow living and ethical fashion movement in Turkey. They seek out folk crafters that produce quality products. Their gorgeous handcrafted vintage home décor pieces and traditional textile items are carefully selected and curated for you.

These days you can never have too many face masks. We love these fabrics. This is a 2-layer non-medical, washable, reusable fabric Face Mask with soft adjustable elastics. They are made of 100% soft cotton and cotton blend fabrics. The purpose of these hand-crafted fabric masks, if used correctly, should help to limit the spread of germs and droplets transmitted when a person coughs or sneezes.

The textiles used in the Bahaari collection bear stories and meanings and this is what makes their products truly unique and one-of-a kind. They are an original, globally inspired, lifestyle brand that tells the story of human diversity through an inspirational fine line of hand-crafted handbags and accessories.

We are loving this adorable mask so much. I mean really! It is double layered with an inside pocket for a filter. It is made of 95% Cotton and 5% Spandex so its comfy and washable. Boys, women and men’s styles are available too so snag one for the fam and be all matchy matchy.

Zelivia + Co is a mom lead company and she knows what kids and moms want. She designs smart and comfortable clothing for woman and active. kids.
Her designs are gender neutral for kids, so the garment can be passed to a sibling with no issue of gender stereotype and mommy can enjoy the “mommy and me” look with their little boy as well.

 

 

World renown artist Claudia La Bianca can now add fashion to her list of artistic accomplishments. Lucky for us she resides in Miami. Known for her murals, sculptures and films she is now taking her rad designs and putting them on kimonos and masks.

Her masks are beautiful and make powerful statements. We love the protective powers of the Hamsa, but you choose. I wouldn’t wait too long though, they are selling out quickly.