There are ways in which we, as a society, can make a contribution to the global community, empowering ourselves to make conscious consumer decisions, and spark change. Theory of Place highlights social entrepreneurs that make tangible products for good. Read more about their work.
The co-founders of WEND Studio developed their home furnishing brand with three things in mind: transparency, people and place, and global citizenship.
Indego Africa was founded in 2007 with a simple idea: empower women artisans in Africa by showcasing their beautiful craft and investing in the power of education.
The rural landscape of West Virginia gave rise to Abbey's unique busines where she works to help small business create brands they could be proud of.
Theory of Place highlights entrepreneurs and creators in today's design space and gives a peak inside the careers and workspace of each individual. Read more about their desk.
Although the word “stylist” is on her business card, this description is not enough to describe the woman that is Catherine Wilson. She offers a whole range of styling, from photography to consulting services, touching upon all creative industries.
Most notably, she is known as the founder and shopkeeper of Millay Vintage, an online shop specializing in women’s vintage clothing and home goods — a tightly curated collection of wears and wares that seeks to find the balance between timely and timeless goods for the wardrobe and home.
True Vine's founder, Kaylyn Hewitt, loves all things floral and the joy that comes with it. Among the laundry list of things she does, True Vine spends its time designing, blogging, hostingworkshops, and will soon be opening an online shop.