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the fashionista. style and profile. luxe and lovely things to stand out among the rest.

  • Ash & Ore + functional leather luxuries
  • Barberry and Lace + Vintage Inspired Accessories
  • Dandy Social Club + Hand-Tailored Children’s Clothing
  • Darn Craftistas + Indie-Knits
  • Fern and Sprout + …oh so delightful
  • Hot Pink & Sequins + Revamped, Repurposed Couture Accessories
  • Jil Cappuccio + one of a kinds & limited lines
  • Lo-Hi Bags + bohemian and urban chic handbags
  • Luscious Metals + enchanting jewelry
  • Naya + Artisan Revival SkinCare
  • Parfums des Beaux Arts + Essence Studio
  • PattErn + cozy fun knits
  • Pearl Clothing + upcycled style
  • Perlalu + Jewelry & Hair Accessories
  • Poiesis Design + modern laser cut wood designs
  • Spruce Jewelry + Organic, Modern Jewelry
  • Swell Brand + quirky, irreverent, loved-in clothing
  • Taylor Kenney Jewelry + sumptuous colors and textures
  • Tempest Jewelry + by Miranda Wachtel

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See the entire Gift Guide 2011 on our new website and continue to tune in here for the Gift Guide 2011 series.



Speaking of Hot Mamas, our own Denise Chaudhari has been making dandy duds for the little ones in our lives for over six years and is now delving into the design of some delightful skirts for the ladies! Of course you will still find the original Dandy line of ties, hoodies, pants and button up shirts all made from upcycled vintage and thrift finds, but you will also find a collection of fun, funky and fashionable skirts that are one of a kind and get noticed every time.

Dandy Social Club is all about restyling “what was” into “what’s now”. Designer, maker and mom Denise Chaudhari pairs reclaimed textiles in an unexpected way, resulting in unique, one-of-a-kind garments for both the big and small. Dandy Social Club strives to create fun and imaginative styles for a new generation of mods and rockers (and now for their moms, too!) because everyone deserves something pretty. Don’t you?

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When Debra Belk started lele handknits twelve years ago, she didn’t intend to create a global family business, but that is exactly what has happened. Her hand-knit, hand-embroidered, hand-loomed lines are a blend of the traditional ethnic arts of Lithuania and the fresh, unique design of this century.

Upon learning the name lele means “baby doll” in Lithuanian, I immediately wanted more of this goodness. Then when I clicked on “about” in this baby doll’s website, I wanted to … die, really. Apparently, I already had and I was now looking at an angel in pink and brown heaven. When I came-to and realized I was still of this earth I wanted to book a one-way ticket to Lithuania and understand the land behind Debra’s work.

From Lithuania to Littleton – Debi’s design studio, a cozy riot of color and yarn, sits within historic suburb of Denver, where she muses patterns of sweaters, jackets, ponchos, skirts, hats, scarves and mittens. So full of all of the history, influence and aesthetic sensibilities of her Eastern European heritage, this baby doll is a girlfriend we can hardly wait to meet! Oh, and I’ll take the pink and brown number in a medium please.

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