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Get To Know: Martha Suarez

Our brand is focusing on a new and growing side of the bridal industry. Designing couture wedding dresses for daring and bold brides who want other options than a white dress; dresses that tell a story and can be worn again.  After all you are buying a couture dress.

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Get To Know: Home Abroad

Home Abroad is a brand that seeks to tell the story of Africa's people, places, and culture using its textile and heritage crafts. Using a circular economy mindset, we are committed to using Fashion as a catalyst for positive change and a lasting impact.

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Get To Know: sharmbaa

sharmbaa is an acronym and it stands for: SHoulders, ARMs, BAck And more! I designed my stylish, lightweight, compact, convertible multi-way toppers so that the woman on the go can participate in the moment, with confidence and ease, knowing that she can manage any type of indoor or outdoor temperature shift with flair.

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Get To Know: (Ag)+(Au) Clothing

Silver and Gold Clothing is a contemporary, season-less collection that blends a classic, clean minimalism with inspiration from indigenous cultures from around the world. We use only sustainably sourced, natural, and organic fabrics that feel great on your skin and won't be hanging around a landfill for thousands of years to come.

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Get To Know: Rusalka Lingerie

Rusalka Lingerie is a brand of elegant eco-friendly lingerie and loungewear. Rusalka is a natural blend of comfort and elegance. While other brands focus on two extremes of creating casual nightwear or sexy lingerie, I believe you can have the best of both worlds.  Our eco-friendly materials make women not only look good, but also feel good in their homes.  Our new brand is dedicated to looking your best without sacrificing comfort.

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Get To Know: Chromade Co.

Chromade Co. offers conscious foundation clothing that complements your warm or cool skin undertone. I wanted to have a voice against the mindless consumption and unethical practices of the fast fashion industry.

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Get To Know: Grammar

Grammar is a story of quality and consciousness, offering a minimalist work uniform consisting of structural, stylish separates made with sustainable materials. This first collection offers five beautifully tailored silhouettes constructed by hand in NYC's legendary Garment District, made from 100% sustainable organic cotton poplin ethically produced in India.

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Get To Know: Miakoda

Miakoda is an eco friendly and socially responsible comfy clothing life. Our clothing is made from sustainable plant fibers in an ethical factory in NYC. Our mission is to create clothing that humans can feel comfortable in both mentally and physically.

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Get to Know: Tarbish

Tarbish is a women's luxury brand that combines bright, patterned Indian textiles with easy, street style silhouettes. We describe ourselves as Vibrant Elegance, Not-So-Basic Luxury. All of our pieces are fully embroidered/sequined fabrics of the highest quality and produced in limited quantities, only up to 50 are made of each style.

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Get to Know: Marinia

Marinia inspires and nurtures the urban elegance of every woman by transforming mainstream trends into a distinctive fashion experience.  The fusion of striking details and sophisticated materials creates a design meant to leave a lasting impression while highlighting your inner urbanite.

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Get to Know: REMY Creations

The REMY brand focuses on bright colors, rich textures, and stylish comfort. Many pieces are one size and all are made in limited runs keeping them unique. We believe that life is beautiful and meant to be explored. The business model is to launch new pieces in limited runs to test them out through our brick and mortar store in Nantucket and pop up in Boston. Then we add successful pieces to our website and promote them through trunk shows and social media.

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Get to Know: Colorado Hemp Clothing

Pure. Basic. Natural. Colorado Hemp Clothing is good for you and good for Mother Nature. CHC is all about basics. My aim is to bring hemp clothing into the mainstream and ideally to have people wear hemp every day. I sell my clothing online and I am reaching out to other cannabis product manufacturers to use my pieces as logo wear. Our clothing is made in Denver and I am targeting customers who look for clothing that is made in the USA.

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Get to Know: Studio Heijne

The vision behind Studio Heijne is to create a sustainable fashion label for the future where all products can be customized and made-to-measure. We want to become the no.1 choice for personalized high quality products. The Studio Heijne woman is style-conscious, has a charismatic personality, knows her style, and wears it with full confidence.