World Market Place Participants
Shop for stone & silver jewelry for all ages that compliments cool & comfortable summer clothing, from Africa, Indonesia, Central and South America.
2015 Marketplace included the following fine vendors:
My focus is on unique bohemian style clothing and accessories.I believe that women need to empower each other within every culture and have built my business around this philosophy. I carry fashions meant to inspire women to celebrate their unique inner free spirits. Through encouraging such self expression and self love, I believe my business supports the power and strength of women to shine. I started this company this past June and it’s been a huge success.
Recycled Dresses $15-$50,
Whimsical Stain Glass $20-$100,
Quirky Paintings $5-60
Events: Chikoko, Winter Bizzare Bizzare, Naked Lounge Art Show, Empire Coffee
Our goal is that 90% of each item is made from environment friendly materials. Dresses made from: vintage tablecloths, gently used curtains etc. and Stain Glass creations made from: antique bottles, scraps of glass, etc. Our artwork is meant to be quirky and thought provoking. Although we do not currently have a booth set up photo available. We have participated in several artisan events and are familiar with set up practices. We have attended World Fest and would love to be participants!
www.hennatrails.comHenna is an ancient, yet temporal beauty ritual with enduring traditions and patterns. Henna Trails’ henna is hand mixed from certified Organic henna leaves and quality essential oils for a purely natural and safe experience in body art. Henna patterns dry in 20 minutes, keeping the paste intact at least 4-8 hours will reveal deep henna stains. Henna stains all healthy skin types with a red brown tone and lasts 7-10 days. Walk in beauty.
www.shopindriya.com.:. threads to embody your spirit .:.
faery movement wearWe support and represent a few select tribal designers from around the world. Each piece in our collection is ethically hand-made with love in Indonesia, Thailand, USA, India, and Canada where the designers co-create with members of family owned and operated cottage businesses. It brings us great joy to share these unique creations with you.Blessings ~The Indriya Family
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www.JEEBA.comJEEBA was established as a “Cottage Industry” in the spring of 1981 in the city of Melbourne, Australia. The word JEEBA is an Australian Aboriginal word meaning Springtime Corroboree (let’s get together and have fun). Much of the JEEBA collection has been inspired by the rich Victorian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. There are also many original and unique designs inspired by the unusual flora of Australia and the lovely cottage gardens of England. JEEBA is now located in California, as well as Melbourne, Australia, and continues to explore and develop this timeless look. Please look around and visit our catalog. We have implemented a convenient shopping cart for online ordering of our products, which runs through a secure server to insure a safe transaction.FACEBOOK
Kat’s Creations consists of the husband and wife team of Courtney Antrim-Webb “Kat” and Aaron Webb, based in Santa Cruz, California. Courtney started making batiks under the encouragement of friends when she lived in Chico, (California), back in 1999 and she wanted to go “on tour” following ‘Phil and Friends’ and Bob Dylan. An artist for life, she immediately fell in love with the unique batik process as well as the interaction with the public while selling at shows and festivals. Soon she began making custom orders and started specializing in making batik T’s for businesses, bands and special occasions, focusing on creating handmade designs with a flare for repeat designs that all have a unique quality. In 2007, she met Aaron and they married in 2009 (on Jerry Garcia’s birthday). He too fell in love with the batik process. They became a great team, selling artisan shirts at Dead shows and other concerts as well as continuing to sell custom-made shirts at special events. Please feel free to email any special order requests. This is their specialty! They can take a basic idea and turn it into a beautiful design on single or multiple shirts or tapestries.
www.leilotus.comYou are improving the lives of children every time you buy Lei Lotus & Mt Everest Valley Gear Wear. With your purchases, Lei Lotus is able to contribute to the Happiness Colony Orphanage in Nepal. Our original designs are hand crafted by a few small family businesses that have become our second families.Thank you for your support! Cathy, Jerome and Karma (the warehouse cat).
www.nativesol.etsy.comNative Sol initially evolved from a lifestyle change of going organic, striving to live more sustainably as a respect to Mother Earth and living beings, making healthy changes, spreading awareness, and growing spiritually. Started in 2004 by two aspiring naturalist whose mission is to promote love, positive social change, healthy living, and optimistic growth. Native Sol wants to inspire the fashion industry and consumers to take the next step in preserving our planet and our values.Native Sol, “Native to the Earth, Powered by the Sun” is a name and statement that came into fruition igniting the concept behind the company. As a designer and seamstress , I was always fascinated with handmade indigenous textiles and art. Native Sol designs various multi-cultural collections as a way to revive, pay respect, keep artisan traditions alive, bring life to spiritual rituals, and bridge cultural connections. Then combines it with the resourcefulness of using recycled materials, upcyclying, reconstructing vintage findings, salvage/remnant items, and using organic/natural fibers/ sustainable materials as much as possible. This creates a very unique handmade line of Jewelry, accessories, clothing and lifestyle products. We are also inspired by street art, music, and dance.Our Products are hand made and mostly one of a kind.
Leather festival belts, pants and sarongs, children’s clothing, and hair accessories.
www.presh.netNicole Apostoli, founder and designer of Presh by Nicole Apostoli, was born in San Francisco, California, and has been making jewelry for as long as she can remember. As a young girl, Nicole was fascinated with her grandmother’s jewelry box, not just because of the beauty of the pieces inside, but also because of the ability these pieces had to trigger memories that may have otherwise been forgotten. It is this attachment to sentiment and memory along with her love for jewelry, fashion, and textiles that continues to inspire Nicole to design.
|Quest by Magdalena
Women’s clothes, dresses, cotton clothing, lampshade pants, leggings and more.
CDs & DVDs of carefully selected, hand picked world music, conscious & cool music & film, & hard to find imports from around the planet. Prices range from $10 to $25
|Synergy Organic Clothing
www.synergyclothing.comSupporting our Nepali Family is as important as supporting our team in America. We pay all our employees in Nepal a living wage and offer significant yearly bonuses. Through this program, we are empowering a group of over 150 women to rise above poverty by giving them the opportunity to work from home and support their families.Our clothing is made with Certified Organic Cotton and other eco-friendly fibers. Using these materials reduces pesticide usage, damage to fresh water resources, and lowers health risks for global farming communities. (It also makes the clothing really soft…)
|What’s In Store
Bali clothes Afghan jewelry. 5 years already showing