Entrepreneurship is hard. Finding a partner you can trust is hard. Working with your sister is hard. These three #MadeinLA brands make it look easy. ********************* Charlene & Vanessa “Clove & Ele” Clove & Ele jewelry design sensibilities are inspired by Los Angeles and London. Charlene & Vanessa artfully synthesize California’s effortless-chic attitude with London’s […]

Hipsters for Sisters was founded by Debra Denniston and her two daughters, Rachel and Kate, in January 2012, in response to a lack of functional, hands-free bags that were also stylish and well-designed. The strictly made-in-L.A. brand has since become synonymous with innately wearable design, which combines classic style and versatility with a minimalist aesthetic. […]

Meet Meg Remien founder of Raven & Crow; an eco friendly bamboo + organic cotton PJs and lounge-wear brand with a keen sense of style, fit and comfort. HOW DID YOU GET STARTED? I started Raven & Crow after I broke my spine in a skiing accident. During my recovery, I found that most things […]

Say hello to April Folan, the mastermind behind MAY68. The collections are small number and limited; Once the pieces are gone, they’re gone! The style and design sensibilities of May68 are inspired by an imaginative laud to the past. Using upcycled fabrics whenever possible, keeping material waste at a low, and always manufacturing in Los […]

Marcia Lozano makes cheeky pins and quirky patches that will put a smile on your face *********** How did you get started? “I’ve always been pretty crafty all my life. I would be inspired by many things and be compelled to somehow bring my ideas to life.” What is the inspiration for the brand name? […]

Simple & minimal jewelry handcrafted in downtown LA. YEAR 901 strives to create subtle, simple – yet striking jewelry that becomes an everyday wardrobe staple. ********** How did you get started? “I started making jewelry about 4 years ago just to give as gifts. One holiday season, I took about 25 orders via Instagram and […]


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