Photography: Blackmarket Boo


ALMA Handmade

Alma Handmade is a Brooklyn-based line of handmade ceramic jewelry. The collections are inspired by the good things in life - love letters and the sea - and the simple elegance of each piece calms the heart.



BROOKLYNrehab gathers handmade, vintage and found objects, and creatively rehabilitates them. Founder Alyssa Zygmunt is a fashion designer by day, collector and crafter by night. Her ceramics are particularly beautiful!



Prepare yourself for undignified salivation when you are exposed to the handcrafted, certified organic caramels of Carriemels, based in the East Village, NYC. Carrie’s motto is: Make it simple, make it memorable. Here is her blog. With flavors like Fleur de Sel, Spicy Pecan Pie, Coconut (Curry or Cocoa), Lightly Lavender Chocolate, Espresso Hazelnut, Maple Walnut, and Chocolate Covered Pretzel, Carriemels is quite the comprehensive caramel experience!


Ball and Chain

The nature-inspired jewelry from Ball and Chain seems to improve on nature itself. Crafted in Redhook, Brooklyn, some of the pieces are recycled from fine cutlery, while others are quirky silhouettes.

The collection brings new textures to metal, not to mention a sense of humor!


no lost witches

no lost witches, founded by Christina Acevedo, sells custom clothing, accessories, and hand printed greeting cards. The clothing line is designed to be comfortable and versatile, practical yet endearing. The poignant idea behind no lost witches, according to Christina, is that no one should be unaware of his or her own powers - nor assume that they are without any particular natural talents. Let there be no lost witches! Be sure to check out the site - experience the haunting music, video projects, and beautiful array of very original products.

Experience the psychedelic dreamscape of no lost witches’ Video Lookbook…

Georgia Varidakis

As a child, New York native Georgia Varidakis whiled away the time in her father’s shoe repair, experimenting with scraps and buckles to make bracelets. She released her first clothing line in 2002, mixing vintage fabrics and jewelry components. Her delicate, romantic jewelry is hand crafted here in New York City, and we are thrilled to share it with you!


Species by the Thousands

Brooklyn’s Species by the Thousands, launched in 2006 by Erica Bradbury, combines drawing and painting to create t-shirts and accessories inspired by the natural world. Using sustainable materials, Species by the Thousands believes in an eco friendly approach to design. We are delighted to introduce you to the Species by the Thousands world of foxes, wolves, cougars, moons, witchcraft and bearded men!

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