Soho Lofts Pop-Up Shop
- Bracelets from Mikuti are designed and produced in Tanzania.
- H Fredriksson is run by Swedish-born, Brooklyn-based designer Helena Fredriksson
- Clothing from Afia is sourced and sewn in Ghana.
- Ambika sells bikinis as well as ethical fur pieces made of angora (aka combed bunny fur.)
- Central Saint Martins grad Carrie Parry produces her line in the Garment District.
- Study's womenswear uses hand-dyed silks.
- NOT describes itself as "a studio focused on the experience of dressing: the constant dialogue between garment and wearer as they transform each other."
- Andy Lifschutz is a metalworker based in Brooklyn.
- Auralis produces "urban tropical" pieces in New York and Puerto Rico.
- Bhon's founders include a veteran of Vivienne Tam and Hyden Yoo.
- Titania Ingalis uses ethically-sourced fabrics.
- The Mexican artist and former DJ behind Tirana makes steampunk jewelry from recycled materials.
- Brooklyn label Samantha Pleet has been worn by members of Beach House, The Dirty Projectors, and Au Revoir Simone.
- Gretchen Jones uses natural materials like bamboo and organic cotton.
- The duo behind Cold Picnic recently opened a shop called A Thousand Picnics in Williamsburg.
- Dusen Dusen is known for its blocky, graphic patterns.
- Jewelry line Dirty Librarian Chains is made from 80% recycled materials.