Find three styles to rock this season, and some outfit ideas to boot.
My first-ever published essay—which explores clothing, relationships, and identity—is live today on The New York Times.
(Photo by Tony Cenicola/The New York Times)
In my interview with longtime engineer Alla Sharkova, I learned how she got her start moonlighting as a stained glass artist. (Hint: A fortuitous $15 yard sale find may have had something to do with it…)
This week, I wrote about trending school supplies on Etsy. Makes me want to scoop up some of those rainbow-colored canvas lunch boxes—one to match every outfit!
So excited to be part of this amazing project by Mae Ryan and Mona Chalabi, which shows women how to give themselves a breast exam (one of the best ways to catch cancer early). Bonus: The video was made by an all-female cast and crew!
Talking inspiration, inclusivity, and overcoming insecurities with Brooklyn-based illustrator Karina Parris was such a treat. Definitely one of my favorite Etsy features to-date!
This week, I helped Etsy launch a new blog series highlighting memorable buyer stories. First up: Pride-related finds.
"I'm always going to try to think of ways to delight," Minnesota-based textile artist Mandi Smethells told me earlier this month. Step inside her studio and learn more about her happy-hued fiber arches on the Etsy Journal.
Los Angeles-based designer Giselle Hernandez partners with artisans in her native Colombia to create handwoven home goods for her line, Someware. I got the scoop on how it all came together, plus some of Giselle's tips for traveling to her hometown.