Lets start with Dawn Barbieri of Albertine Dawn. She hand-makes accessories from vintage and sustainable fabrics. I didn't have much time to chat with her, but a few of her very high end looking accent pillows definitely caught my eye.
Blueberry Junkie presented handmade items for modern and stylish tots. Some dang cute stuff!
Joanna Recine of Good Energy Break recommends Shea Coco Butter Delight:
"it is a creamy healing cream to moisturize you deeply, protect you from sun, heal eczema and dry, itchy and rashy skin. Also heals rigid joints and arthritis when you give it the time."
Alison Ellett of Alison Ruth Designs had a wonderful display of accessories for women and men.
Ann Cockfield of Phresh Threads presented beautiful clothing and unique accessories. She can be reached here: Phresh Threads
Pink Cloud Designs' designer Betty Hui created some gorgeous hair accessories abound with feathers and sophisticated accents.
Stella Kim of Mint hand crafted jewellery displayed some stunning pieces.
Natalie Simms' N.S. Designs showcased streetwear and graphic tees.
Jacqueline Chau, Choclatier, of Coco Mosaic, and talented artist. ... all I can say is, Oh. My.
Not only does she make chocolate a stunning display of artristry, but chocolate that is sure to make your taste buds sing the fa la la la la's all the way through the holidays.
Slashpile Designs. Style and humor ... my favorite pairing! These twin sisters have it down.
Check out their molecule jewelery!
For fun and delightfully quirky prints and graphic tees, check out Hieng Tang.
Natasha Gatto's handmade collection, Top Drawer Intimate.
Sui Generis by Jordan de Ruiter: Unique handmade clothing.
That's it for now. Check back soon. Many more clothing and jewelery designers, visual artists and cosmetics gurus to come. Thanks for looking!