You've seen us on the streets and farmers markets of New York, San Francisco, and Atlanta, selling our dresses sewn from recycled umbrellas and clocks milled from reclaimed wine tanks.
For Jewish readers who would like to celebrate the start of the festival this Friday with something more than latkes, I offer you this step-by-step "how-to" guide to making a wreath.
The advent of the non-committal gift card says it all: shopping for our loved ones has never been quicker and easier -- or less thoughtful.
Trusty DIY guru Erica Domesek of P.S.—I Made This fame, we know that busting out your creative chops at home never has to mean hokey or homespun. Instead, Erica proves time and time again that being crafty can yield some utterly chic surprises.
The week surpassed all expectations. London surprised me. The design energy there is unmistakably moving forward in creative, thoughtful and innovative ways.
Some of the most eye-catching baubles are made of stuff that had a past life--and many of them can be found on Etsy, a global network of artisans selling handmade works.
You've got to hand it to American Apparel -- they're always finding new ways to make tired cotton and spandex duds into something exciting and marketable
As illuminated earlier this year by the fascinating book and subsequent documentary, Handmade Nation, the world of DIY crafting is undergoing a timely...
Whether you've got a crafty side project that you want to turn into some extra cash or you're looking for that perfect gift for someone who has everyt...
Stop using your credit cards. But don't throw them away. Save the actual cards, because they're still useful in so many ways.
It was only ten years ago that Carrie Bradshaw sloshed through the streets of Manhattan in $400 Manolos, a testament to her righteous sense of style a...
Elsana and her three Israeli-Bedouin partners envisioned a better life for themselves and founded the Association for the Improvement of Women's Status, Lakia in 1992.
Hands up if you've ever bought a handicraft while traveling, only to have it end up collecting dust in some closet at home. Thought so. We've all ...
By forming their own pillow-making co-op, the women of Mkombozi, Tanzania hope to make enough money to stabilize their lives and the lives of their children.
The fear of death is a massive subject for artists. Even the medium itself alleviates it. Almost every piece created promises to outlive us and we can enfold ourselves the warm fantasy of immortality.