Fashionkind wants to change the way you think about fashion. Taking its name from the phrase “fashion for humankind,” this Philadelphia boutique only stocks its shelves with ethical and sustainable luxury designers and artisans, each of which have been carefully curated by founder Nina Farran. The result? Cutting down on environmental impact without having to sacrifice your style.
Kettle & Brine
Founder and creative director Tarica Navarro and co-founder Alex Navarro launched Kettle & Brine out of their desire to live more thoughtfully through the objects that we chose to surround ourselves with on a daily basis. They aim to foster a connection between people and the process of creating a wholesome meal through good products that withstand the test of time. Think chopping boards comprised of walnut or sycamore and handmade speckled stoneware nesting bowls. Send the dinner invites out now.