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Solidarity - International Women's Day 2022

  Happy International Women's Day to all who identify as women! March is such a wonderful month, mostly because we get to start it by celebrating the gorgeous beings that we are. This year, the theme of our IWD Campaign is Solidarity. A reminder that we, as women, are capable of supporting and standing with each other no matter our differences. Body positivity and inclusivity is at the core of our business - and it always will be. Being able to celebrate women and always be there for them is our honour and our commitment. Being able to see the way we are able to support each other is inspiring. We hope that the collection and this campaign will always...

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Retrospective: Violet Dreams Capsule Collection

The backbone of the Violet Dreams Capsule collection is a surprising find. An eye catching purple lace with obvious daisy motifs. When I brought up this lace pattern during our initial product design meeting, we were still hesitant on whether this was a hit or miss, because unique lace patterns can be difficult to work with.

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The Devil's In The Details - OBC x goodbyejohanna

She burnt her first batch of clay creations - "I left my room for a few minutes after I’d started the oven, and returned to a room filled with thick dark smoke. I think I kind of freaked my parents out." But that was before. Sparkle, the woman behind the popular clay jewellery brand goodbyejohanna, now handmakes the most intricate and beautiful accessories. We'd like to call her a master of her craft, but she thinks this is just the beginning and strives to be better at what she does every day.

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Mother's Day 2021 - Meet The Woman Behind The Mom

  This post explores motherhood and discusses relationships between mother and child. We understand that not everyone has a positive relationship with their parents. Should this be an uncomfortable topic for you, please do not proceed in reading this article. Growing up, I was the most sticky child. I would wake up each morning before my mother would get ready for work and stay by her side, holding on to the edges of her skirts and whining pitifully behind the gates of our home, watching as she stepped into her car and then disappearing from my sight. I would spend the entire day sulking, waiting for her to come back. No cheer until she reappeared at home again. A little...

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