zou xou is named after two style icons: josephine baker, the american entertainer living in paris in the 1930s, and the 1970s french actress/singer/model danièle ciarlet. both were free-spirited, creative women who inspired the collection with their timeless unconventionality and effortless elegance.
zou xou is defined by modern, versatile and refined footwear. designed with the city lifestyle in mind, zou xou makes the quintessential everyday shoe. the shoes in the collection are comfortable enough to wear all day yet elegant enough to be dressed-up. the collection blurs the line between the novel and the understated. the shoes are chic enough for those who wish to stand out but also simple enough for the woman who prefers to exude confidence quietly.
the shoes are meticulously handcrafted in small quantities by master shoemakers in buenos aires using generations-old techniques and premium argentinean leathers. the collection is designed in nyc by katherine theobalds.
Kubo is a curated marketplace of handmade finds from all over the world. It is a destination for unique and carefully edited pieces for the modern home. (Kubo, loosely translated means "hut" or "home" in Filipino.) Our merchandise assortment includes small home accessories, bags, blankets & throws and handwoven mats. Each piece is unique and is produced in small meaningful quantities that is made more beautiful by the stories behind it.
Katie Levinson is a mixed media artist
specializing in the small, little, and dear.
Katie grew up in the suburbs of Long Island, New York - spending
the majority of her childhood collecting rocks.
She currently lives and works in New York, New York
and continues to collect & categorize rocks.
Fruit Fly & Mosquito was established by Mikiko and Naoko in New York, May 2014.
We create original products with cats illustration.
A portion of all proceeds will be donated to various No Kill Shelters for all the great work they do saving animals, providing spay/neuter programs and find them happy homes.
Having two kids myself, I found jinbei to be some of the most versatile clothing I had for my children. A jinbei my son wore when he was only a few months old, still fit him 2 years later. Warashi-ko jinbei run big when babies are only a few months old, which is perfect for covering up sensitive skin. Then, jinbei can be adjusted by strings, so that jinbei fits perfect for multiple years. This, and my love of Japanese textiles, is why I decided to start making them myself.
All jinbei are made with the highest quality hand-dyed textiles from Japan, so not only are they durable, but they get softer and softer as they get washed! Since the cloth is hand dyed, colors will fade with time, but that is part of what gives each jinbei its unique look.
Jinbei are perfect for playing outside in the summer, relaxing at home, sleeping, etc. And since you can easily layer them under or over clothes, they are great for spring and fall too!
Each jinbei is designed by me at my Brooklyn studio, and made by either me or an artisan in Japan. Each piece is unique.
- Miya Hideshima (designer and owner of warashi-ko)
Trained as a product designer and having a huge desire to create with my hands I was introduced to the multitude of functionality and aesthetics of pipework and metalwork through another large interest in home brewing beer. This has led to the eventual beginning of what I can only hope will be an evolution of artistic style and appreciation of repurposed antique materials. Most of the items from Iron and Light have a very industrial feel and theme to them. They are heavy, metal and rustic yet have a quaint charm and personality to them.
Bearö co. is a part of the bearömixx project and created images inspired by music and NYC with my bears.
I have been living and working in Brooklyn for some 30 years surrounded by a creative environment. Over the years I have made functional ceramics and branched out into wall art.
I have begun making works inspired by my surroundings and memories. Using images from old family photographs, movie and television images, and my own collection of photographs, and ones that I have admired that other people have taken, I translate them to my ceramic tiles and functional work. Using my knowledge of ceramic firing and application of glazes I have embarked on making this exciting wall art. Using my slip-cast box tile form or commercial tiles to recreate these images in clay and glaze I have opened up a new avenue for my creative exploration.
Challenging myself to create larger and larger wall pieces has been part of the process. I design my work in my Brooklyn studio, which involves much planning and research. Learning new ways to translate and interpret the images that interest me has been an exciting adventure. I hope that you will enjoy what I have produced so far.
I have now begun bringing the new techniques that I have been working on with the wall art back into my functional ceramics. This has been rewarding in opening up new possibilities.
Catrinka is an ethical fashion accessories label that invests in women and girls. Catrinka is about leveraging the power of women and girls to invest in each other and the future. Catrinka pieces are made by women, who invest twice as much of their income in their families as men. And with each bag sold, Catrinka provides a week or more of education and mentoring in crucial life skills for adolescent girls on the margin, so that they have the tools to take charge of their own future. Girls who have the ability to postpone marriage and childbirth beyond the age of 12 or 14 can make a better life for themselves, and then invest in the next generation.
To date we have provided over 50,000 days of education to girls and almost 5,000 days of fair work for women. Learn more about our impact.
Catrinka was founded by three friends in New York City in 2013. Our goal is to make products with a soul, and a story, and to provide a sense of intimacy among the whole community of customers, women makers, and girls who will change the world. We named our label after founder Megan Reilly Cayten’s then 5-year old daughter, Caterina (nicknamed “Catrinka”). Jodi Susman joined in 2014 to focus on sales and marketing efforts. We hope our mission speaks to anyone who knows a girl and wants to make her dreams come true.
An exciting new accessories concept, IDEAS 108 is the brainchild of the founders of the Deepa Gurnani brand. IDEAS 108 was created in response to the growing market demand for accessible, trend-led accessories at a competitive price.
I Innovative: Constantly seeking new ways to use materials and techniques.
D Designs: Original design and trend-led product.
E Ethically: We strive for ethical practice in all aspects of our business.
A Articulated: We take pride in the quality of our workmanship.
S Sourced: We work with artisans supporting their crafts.
108 An auspicious number in spiritual philosophy.
My three biggest loves are travel/landscape photography, concert photography and retouching.
I was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago and Detroit, so the sights and music of these cities became part of who I am, and led to a fascination with photographing Detroit local bands and other activities around the area. I soon realized that I wanted to make it more than just a hobby.
A photography education and a three week digital course in Florence, Italy stimulated my interest, and made me realize how much I loved being "out and about" capturing the beauty and action that seemed to be everywhere.
My work has been published in magazines, local papers, teen novels and The New York Times.
I have been involved for over 15 years now and have worked for different photography firms in New York City, where I now reside, honing my skills in Photoshop and other techniques.
22Teeth started as a research and drawing exploration of early 20th century history and its innovative technologies. Early mechanical innovations from the Industrial Revolution through WWII provided an immense source of inspiration in each of the drawings. All of the items featured in the letter press prints are a tip of the hat to the blood, sweat and tears that went into the designing, fabricating and operating of these historically ingenious machines. More importantly, I focus on items that are analog and gear driven, whose historical impact set a new type of standard in its field, shaping the way in which we live and communicate. Offering limited editions and custom made frames for the poster sized prints.
Dandy Farmer is a Brooklyn, NY based brand that makes products meant to instill the quiet life of the countryside. Our modern bonsai are hand-worked and very slowly crafted. We believe promoting meaningful exchanges with the land makes our lives more abundant.
Our plants are hand-selected and nurtured close to home. Each of our signature 'acorn' stoneware pots is designed by Dandy Farmer and thrown in Pennsylvania Dutch Country by master potter Jane Broadbent.
Harlem Soap is an All natural cold process Goats milk bar soap brand based in Harlem, New York. AllHarlem Soap ingredients come from sustainable companies located in the USA. Our soaps are handmade in batches of 180 bars to ensure quality. Owner Jammie Waldron created the brand a means to remediate his eczema and soon began gifting to friends and family to rave reviews thus he decided to turn Harlem Soap into a brand and began selling the soap from his home online in November 2014 and within a year has grown incredibly. Harlem Soap was featured as a premiere product in the CurlBOX inaugural "Body Box", is now sold in 9 stores across the country and recently debuted on the shelves of New York West Elm stores.
Mawusi, inspired by a Ghanaian heritage and love of abstracts, makes available high quality handcrafted accessories, jewelry, and clothing. Playfully designed to encourage a lighthearted, self-expressive look on life.
Mawusi is for you, the conscientious individual, who value that which inspires within you a childlike confidence and excitement for daily living.
I taught myself to crochet up in my favorite tree when I was about nine years old growing up in Ghana, and I enthusiastically taught myself to knit recently. In grad school, I studied English literature (as I had done for my undergrad along with minors in photography and education). Apart from designing and creating for Mawusi, I am also an abstract photography artist, a writer (poetry & short stories), a lifestyle blogger, and an awkward social-introvert. Although I have no formal background in fashion design, I have always entertained a great passion for style——with emphasis on personal interpretations.
Mawusi is a one woman operated lifestyle brand and all pieces are carefully designed and painstakingly made by hands in a pet-free, smoke-free, laughter and (good!) music filled apartment in Queens, New York; where I live with my dearest Mother (whom my brand is named after). All Mawusi pieces come in small batches, lovingly and patiently crafted with every gratitude for life and love.
Functional, fun handmade ceramics.
I design and make ceramics in the city. Mostly wheel thrown or hand built. Love minimal design inspired by nature or little things that I discover in everyday life.
WHO WE ARE: Rica products are inspired by a history of southern family beauty recipes dating back to the owner’s great, great grandmother, fondly known as “Big Mama”, who used fresh farmland ingredients to make healthy + effective beauty products. RICA products include natural ingredients that maintain this time-honored tradition of healing through nature and old-fashioned simplicity. When you enjoy one of our Rica creations, you are living our family history with us. We are not a trend; we are a tradition.
WHAT WE DO: RICA products are fresh-made to order, daily (we do not pull from an inventory), in Brooklyn NY. Mixed “farm to vanity” style with organic and local grown ingredients (when possible) and sourced from the farms of Long Island’s North Fork. Made without synthetic preservatives, colorants, parabens, sulfates or petroleum, everything is USA made in a Brooklyn brownstone housing our production facility and showroom. The company is now run by Kristina and her husband, Ben, and a small staff including Emily, Jessica, Nicole + Alex. We mix, pack and ship hundreds of units daily to stores and customers all over the world. We love that our corporate headquarters is our kitchen table. Nothing makes us happier than our customers entrusting us to be their skincare personal chefs, mixing fresh helpings of comfort food for the skin.
I love to connect with people over my art. My biggest joy as a artist is when I see a piece of my art paired with the right person.
Little Paper Flowers specializes in handmade paper flower arrangements and succulents. Paper flowers are my way of capturing the beauty of flowers forever. This all starts with a quick sketch and a roll of crepe paper and ends with memories that will last a life time.
Hecho en Harlem Jewelry is a line of Brass and Silver handmade jewelry constructed and designed by Ifetayo Abdus-Salam (better known as Ife) in her Harlem studio. HEH jewelry is inspired by the vibrant and unique visual aesthetic of Harlem, with its array of historical and cultural influences. Rooted in a focus on the geometric form, Hecho en Harlem Jewelry is bold, elegant and distinct, and is created with the fashion forward, professional woman in mind.
Tula inspires city dwellers to fall in love with plants through unique design, care and innovation. By way of a mobile greenhouse (think food truck, for plants) and showroom, Tula sells plants, plant accessories, home design, and plant doctor services for those who want to bring nature into their urban homes.
The works which I create, whether painted or drawn, deal most directly with the expression and suppression of emotion. The figure is usually present some form. Frequently the composition includes an animal, often in the form of shark or bird of prey. These animals in particular serve as avatars of fear and strength. Sharks are of special interest to me because of the nature of the fear which surrounds them. While there is an aspect of truth to the fear, much of it stems from socially constructed untruths which have endangered the existence of these important apex predators. This exaggerated fear is important due to its environmental implications, but also because it is indicative of a passivity of thought that is pervasive. Unfounded fears are established and held onto as absolutes, leading to the preconceived notions, irrational thoughts and prejudices which tear us apart.
Heather L Barone is an artist working in New York City.
Ever carry multiple pairs of shoes to work? Or struggle with picking only a couple shoes to take on your next trip that would match everything? Alterre shoes were created with you in mind.
With our patent pending technology, you can mix and match your shoes to fit your lifestyle. With over 65 combinations, it is easy to transform your look from day to night and pack light for your next vacation. Customizable and comfortable, they are the perfect pair for any occasion. These shoes are as versatile as you are!
All of our shoes are designed in our New York Studio and made according to fair labor laws in Brazil. We donate 5% of the proceeds to the women's abuse shelter Restore NYC, so you get to do good while you look good.
Lisa Mignoli founded Metrix Jewelry in 2013. Growing up in New York City, and graduating the prestigious Fashion Institute, Lisa is used to a constant state of motion. Therefore, she takes solstice in the few things that remain constant. A triangle will always be a triangle and a square will always have four sides. Geometric shapes are at the center of all Metrix Jewelry’s creations.
RaceYa uses fun, fast, customizable RC cars to teach kids about STEM. We are fostering a community of curious kids, starting with a race-able science kit and expanding out into an immersive universe of customization, education and collaboration.
Abigail Edgecliffe-Johnson is the founder of RaceYa. She has a PhD in Anthropology as well as several years of experience as a Maker and Tinkerer. She has spent the past several years using her research chops to understand how and why kids play and learn the way they do.
Byk and Fisch is a husband-and-wife team creating hand-sewn bespoke pocket-squares for men and women. They have been in business since 2014 and do a lot of custom orders for weddings and special occasions. They love to travel and bring back fabrics, we let inspiration flow from our experiences.
Bsedesign is based off original photographs that present themselves in a different perspective whether through a silhouette or deconstruction of an image. My images aim to have audiences look at design through different lenses. Bsedesign was cultivated through a passion of photography and a love of design.
Meaning “star in the hand,” Izaskun was always destined to create jewelry. Her eye for spatial composition was nurtured in the Basque Country where she grew up with parents who socialized with artists and often brought her along to museum openings, studios and performances.
She eventually moved to New York, where she achieved Summa Cum Laude in the Jewelry Design Degree at the Fashion Institute of Technology, was awarded the Elsa Peretti/Tiffany scholarship for excellence, and later earned a Business Degree and Creative Enterprise Ownership Diploma.
Working with nOir, Izaskun designed trendsetting jewelry collections distributed worldwide whilst creating customized runway pieces for Gwen Stefani’s L.A.M.B. and other performers, such as Rihanna. Her knowledge in fine jewelry translated to her work with Stella & Dot, and later to her own brand, where she now designs insightful collections inspired by the world around her - the natural forces with which we live, the subtle influences of the cosmos and the unique creations of the universe.
C.V. Saint dresses women in modern clothes with simple lines using innovative and natural materials. Our current work focuses on screen printing organically, using natural pigments sourced from minerals, soils, florals and myriad more. Using special dispersants and organic dye thickeners almost any botanical pigment is available to us in our screen printing process. Our imagery channels 80's surfer culture.
Hooks and Luxe creates everyday accessories including suspenders and jewelry, based in New York. Every product is handmade by Ryoko Kitazawa, the designer and owner of the brand. She moved to New York from Japan in 2009. After her graduation from Parsons the New School For Design. She has worked as a graphic designer in fashion and jewelry industries. The two different cultures in Japan and in the US gave her a broader perspective, and now sharing her creations to the world.
SeventyThree, the new journey...
I always loved salvaging artifacts. For as long as I can remember, I spent countless hours of my childhood taking apart old radios, lamps, amplifiers or any other interesting artifact that was no longer being used in my house. Once I discovered these treasures, I carefully began their dissection by separating interesting and mesmerizing parts from the plastic ones in order to create a new and wonderful artifact that could become part of a fantastic dreamworld of vehicles and strange beings.
Time flew by, I grew up and I forgot all about it. It is so easy to forget the cool things that you loved when you're growing up! But something clicked in 2012 when I saw a box full of old grandfather clock parts on the window display of a small repair clock store. This inner feeling and desire to build a new world started to happen again! The spark started to glow. I entered the store and bought a couple of old pieces, and the design and creation began again... Collecting, designing and building each piece allows me to forget about time and become immersed in this fantastic world.
I love retrofuturism, I'm always inspired by classic science fiction, dystopian and victorian topics so I made a great connection between my mixed media art and retrofuturism concept.
Laura Fortune grew up on the Florida panhandle and now resides in Brooklyn, New York. The bright colors and kitsch found in the south along with the beautiful decay found in an urban setting have consistently influenced her work. She began her studies at Alfred University in Alfred, New York and finished up at SUNY New Paltz in New Paltz, New York where she received her BFA in Metal. Laura has worked as a metal worker for a number of incredibly talented artists and designers, including Jim Cotter, Annette Ferdinandsen, TenThousandThings, and Ted Muehling. She has taken these skills, continues to learn, and applies it to the artwork she creates in her studio in Brooklyn, New York.
I run JamJamsJam, a small shop that sells fun & quirky baby clothing and accessories that are perfect for gift giving. I started JamJamsJam after my son was born, I was a stay at home mom but still needed to use my brain and keep busy. I have a background in textile design from Academy of Art in San Francisco. Every item in my shop is made by me. All the applique for the onesies and shirts is eco felt which is made from 100% post consumer recycled plastic bottles (CPSA compliant) so it makes a cute way to recycle. I love to make items that are silly, fun, and of course anything food related! In addition to onesies and kids shirts I also make bibs, teething toys, hats, and decor.
All merchandise is designed, created, and executed solely by Michiyo Shinohara. Michiyo (Shino) was born and educated in Japan and uses many of the techniques she learned there in the creation of her unique, rustic pieces. In particular, she utilizes weaving, dyeing, spinning, and stenciling sometimes employing one or more of these techniques in a single work of texturally complex, wearable fiber art. Her favorite materials are cotton, wool, silk, ribbon, gold leaf, indigo dye, and Bengala dye (a natural dye made in Japan from mud) which she purchases from various stores in New York as well as in Japan. Many of her creations are inspired by qualities found in nature, so she is proud that her pieces reflect her love of sustainable, eco-conscious materials.
I hand dye all the clothing/accessories in my shop. My clothing/accessories are made of a range of natural fibers including cotton, organic cotton, silk CDC, silk noil linen and canvas. The method I use is called Shibori. It is an ancient technique that started over 1,000 years ago in Japan.
Renee Frances Jewelry is designed and made in Brooklyn, NY. The design process is intuitive and allows for accidental "surprises." Her designs are not based on a fixed blueprint but rather grow from a loose idea and a process of discovery. Designs begin by casting a found object, often from nature, which is then manipulated into something new. Sometimes the final piece resembles the cast object but often it is so far removed from the original casting that it is unrecognizable while still retaining an essential organic quality.
Renee's love of travel is often a source of inspiration and an opportunity to find interesting materials. The first collection made this way, Tonkawa Trail, was created by casting part of a pine cone and using the cross sections as "material" to build the collection. Subsequent collections are based on castings from objects found in LA, Bhutan, and New Mexico, and other locations around the world.
I am a native New Yorker. I love organic shapes and have fallen in love with a technique called water casting. That is how I form the starting point from where I create my pieces. Also, I am starting to carve my designs from wax, as the starting point, and I am excited to see where artistically and aesthetically, that will lead me.
- Davida Sobers
I'm a ceramic artist. I makes tableware like cups, plate and bowls. The most characteristic point of my work is the combination of glazes and blue.
I started making jewelry at Christmas time 2006; one of my sons was shopping for painting supplies and I ended up passing the time in the bead aisle. Before I knew it, I started creating stretch bracelets.
I've always liked jewelry, and have studied, seen and bought a lot of Southwestern and Indian jewelry over the years. Beading and making bracelets became a way to continue that interest and make something of my own. It was also a way to make bracelets that are more unique and colorful than most run of the mill jewelry, especially jewelry made for men.
After starting with stretch bracelets, I began to think of other types of jewelry I could make. First came seed bead necklaces with one or several focal beads. I also experimented with bead weaving, bead knotting, Kumihimo and other techniques.
But, somewhere along the way I discovered chainmaille, and fell in love with the intricate designs, the work needed to make them and the jewelry that resulted. Chainmaille also appealed to me because of it's puzzle like nature, each new weave was a challenge to be mastered; and the increasingly intricate designs appealed to my architectural sensibility.
Finally, there is the math of chainmaille; mastering the gauge sizes, the ring sizes, the aspect ratios, the conversions from Imperial to metric, and figuring out what I needed for each piece showed me that all that high school math was not lost.
Over the years my work in chainmaille has included a wide variety of metal types, I have tried colored or anodized metals, I have included beads of all sorts in chainmaille pieces, and I even made one piece with steel washers I bought at the hardware store.
Recently my imagination has been going in two directions. On the one hand I'm working with "pure" chainmaille, just metal, usually steel or silver, in classic versions of the weaves. On the other hand I'm envisioning pieces that have pure chainmaille elements, with a few stones or glass thrown in for color and focus.
My creative philosophy is that jewelry should be for everyone and wearable all the time. Thus, much of what I make is designed for both women and men, especially the stretch bracelets and the chainmaille, though perhaps not many of the necklaces and earrings. That being said, my mind is open, if you like it, and want to wear it, that's great.
I strive to create jewelry that is affordable and that can be worn every day to all occasions. I try to keep the designs and the structure of the jewelry, what I call the "architecture", simple and clean so that it can be worn while working, playing, relaxing, and celebrating.
My goal is to create jewelry that is useful and attractive; that the owner loves to wear and loves to look at, and most important, makes the wearer feel better by wearing it.
There was a tall crafty femme named Sara Jane . Fair and stylish, she roamed the streets of Manhattan, some days even Brooklyn, taking in the city in all its many splendors. When she wasn't using her free time to fight the good fight, craft or bake, she was drinking wine - lots of wine, going to the Met to hear Romantic-era opera, eating Thai food, re-watching all the episodes of Arrested Development, and rocking at pub-quiz with her two best friends; It is known.
he would spend her days with her trusty side kick, Oscar the Cat, tinkering in her workshop (a.k.a. the guest room in her apartment) coming up with new things to craft. Crocheting, embroidering, knitting, sewing, decoupaging, baking, attaching glitter to anything that didn't move faster than her-there was no medium she wasn't willing to tackle. With each new project she improved, expanding her skills and knowledge as often as she could; sadly, it was never enough.
After countless hours of crafting anything she could get her delicately polished fingers on, she thought it was time to expand her hobby into something more. Sara Jane decided it was time to combine her skills in embroidery/sewing, love of bold patterns, and deep obsession with not-so-popular tv shows with her desire to make items for the queer community... and Femmebroidery was born!
Brooklyn Firefly candles are no one-note wonder. Our fragrances are a combination of complimentary aromas, resulting in the most intense, extraordinary interpretation of your favorite scents! We use the maximum amount of fragrance oil possible per batch (without compromising the quality of the candle) so you can enjoy the aromatic ambiance of your Brooklyn Firefly candle even when it is not lit.
We pour two types of natural wax in our studio: soy wax, made from American-grown soybeans, and palm wax, sustainably produced on private plantations and non-threatening to the orangutan population. Our wicks are 100% cotton with a paper core to burn clean without smoking. Our custom scent blends are hand-mixed in our studio from pure, phthalate-free fragrance oils, which are sourced from the highest quality fragrance manufacturers in America. Our gift boxes are lined with 100% recycled crinkle paper. We recycle the packaging from our suppliers when shipping our own candies, and recycle just about everything else. We are proud that our candles are produced with ingredients that support American growers and suppliers.
Upon is a zine publishing studio with focus on exploration of daily subjects. Coming from graphic design background, with silkscreen/ risograph printing techniques, Upon zines document the unfolding of curiosity, and celebrate random intriguing stuff.
Established in 2014, Anyie´s handmade shop is a one-woman operation, owned and run by myself, Anyelina Devers. I started my handmade business shortly after I began my natural hair journey. At the beginning of my journey, I was really lost when it came to the care of my hair, but I knew I wanted to try an alternative to the commercial Brands and go for a more organic approach.
So I started to research, and started experimenting and that's how Anyie's Homemade came about. I’ve always been drawn to the talented artisan and crafters. So this really inspired me to pursue this passion I have for all handmade things.
There is only so many times you can hear "you should sell that!"...welcome to Twizzles Tasty Treats specializing in handmade truffles and cookies!
La Newyorkina was started in 2010 by Fany Gerson, after a long trip to her native Mexico to write her first book “My Sweet Mexico” she returned to New York wanting to share and celebrate the amazing frozen treats & sweets of Mexico.
Everything we make is handmade from scratch in small batches, using the best ingredients we can get our hands on and never use any artificial flavorings or colorings.
We carefully source our ingredients and work closely with farmers in NY and nearby to get our delicious organic dairy, seasonal fruits and herbs. Other ingredients that simply don’t grow or can’t be found around New York like the Mexican vanilla bean, Oaxacan chocolate, tamarind, some dried chiles, passion fruit and hibiscus are imported, but we spend a lot of time and care making sure we get the best ingredients available and work with small producers in Mexico as we believe its very important to support them as well.
From the beginning we have been commitment to social and environmental responsibility and continuously strive to become a waste free company. We compost our scraps, use recycled containers and napkins and source much of our packaging locally.
We are also very proud to support a wonderful organization called Crea and donate a portion of our sales to them.
Crea helps generate employment opportunities in Mexico for low-income women. These women are amazing and a continuous inspiration.
To put it simply, the heart and mission of La Newyorkina is to share the delicious sweetness of Mexico and rich culture. We deeply and sincerely hope that you enjoy its sweetness as much as we do!
Introducing the New Generation of Popcorn, PIPCORN! This delicious mini popcorn was launched by a brother and sister duo with the goal to redefine the way we snack.
Because Pipcorn is naturally half the size of ordinary popcorn, our mini popcorn shells break into itty bitty pieces, leaving fewer big hulls in your teeth and more crunch to be enjoyed. Finally, popcorn that is kind to your teeth!
Pipcorn is certified Vegan, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Whole Grain and B Corp. All flavors are popped in pure olive oil and produced in small batches, seasoning each kernel by hand! And to that we say, Pip Pip Hooray!