Buriti and Cotton Hammocks

Made by the Yawalapiti indigenous tribe in Xingu Park, Brazil and brought to Brooklyn by Incausa

Brooklyn-based Incausa continues to work relentlessly on their mission to financially support, empower and preserve indigenous tribes in Brazil via unique social business endeavors. They are now working with the Yawalapiti for the first time, after Incausa founder Vinicius Vieira de Vieira visited them at the Aldeia Multi Etnica event last summer. (He notes that the last census marked about 170 Yawalapiti people left in …

Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co

Each pound of beans sold gives one pooch a second chance

One morning in Santa Monica, CA coffee-lover Jordan Karcher happened upon a dog adoption event. With no initial preparation or planning, he walked home that same day with a malnourished dalmatian Molly. Inspired by the positive impact Molly has had on his life since their fortuitous meeting, Karcher set out to help other pooches in need through his love for coffee with Grounds & Hounds. …

Foxy & Winston Cotton Voile Scarves

Keep warm and remain playful through the winter with 100% organic, woven illustrated warmers

During the winter doldrums, sometimes all that’s needed is a pop of charm to get through the darker days—and if that charm helps keep you toasty, then all the better. Brooklyn-based textile designer Jane Buck of Foxy & Winston has it all covered with her collection of cotton voile scarves, which have whimsy and warmth to boot. Reminiscent of illustrations by the likes of Eric …