Posts tagged ethical jewelry
LA's Best Boutiques: Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen

Finding designers in LA who care deeply about their customers is difficult. Micah & Jenny Cohen's exclusive collections are forged out of this very mindset - customers first. Shades of Grey is committed to foregoing middle-man retailers and instead selling directly to the people. This allows the boutique to spend time creating pieces focused on what customers want; not what the retailers demand to fit the styles of their shelves.

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LA's Best Boutiques: Gingerly Witty

Located in one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Los Angeles, Gingerly Witty provides quintessential California fashion. The Echo Park-based boutique curates a stunning selection of clothing, accessories, and objects. Founder and clothing curator Erin Lally is genuinely committed to hand selecting each item for her customers. She strives to promote an eclectic mix of cultures while maintaing a curated point of view. The Gingerly Witty Team works with designers that are mindful about ethical production and the use of high-quality materials.

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LA's Best Boutiques: Brigitte & Stone

Co-founded by Golriz Moeini and Joya Yadegar, Brigitte & Stone is a clothing and jewelry boutique that showcases ethical fashion from established and emerging designers. The shop carries brands made in LA or the US and has a sustainable approach to the products they sell. Some of those brands include Flynn Skye, Stone Cold Fox, Tina + Jo, and their own line of ethically made jewelry.

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LA's Best Boutiques: AUST.

Australians are known for their laid-back vibe. Their take-nothing-too-seriously attitude has allowed them to experiment with styles that suit an active lifestyle but still exude a sense of cool. Founder Hannah Wang has curated the best of Australian fashion and put it under one roof at her Venice boutique, AUST. Shop men's and women's street fashion, dresses, swimwear, jewelry and gifts that don't take themselves too seriously.

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