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.
This San Francisco concept shop is the kind of space that screams, “Instagram. Me. Now.” In the heart of the Mission district, Le Point, specializes in women’s and men’s contemporary and emerging designer clothing. They also stock some small minimalist home goods and beauty products that you’ll catch yourself needing to buy last minute. With endless natural light and floor to ceiling white walls, their curated selection of colorful pieces seriously pop. Get ready to fall in love with everything Le Point has to offer.
This is not your ordinary lifestyle store. Someware’s curated selection of items are all handcrafted by artisans and designers around the world. They work with talented makers who focus on craftsmanship, quality and design, while also giving back to their communities by contributing to the betterment of those in need. Plus, a percentage of each sale is donated to Live Simply 4 Peru, a ministry that rescues orphaned and abandoned children. Someware celebrates simplicity, cultural richness, and exquisite finishes. Their wares are made for spaces where modern design and traditional craft coexist. If that sounds like your home, we seriously suggest you get to know them.