Awesome Brands We ❤️

In honor of the month of LOVE, we shouted from the rooftops, sang praises, told it like it is, applauded, congratulated, and extolled virtues to a few very rad brands, doing very AWESOME things.

From The Last Line to Something Navy, plus AKID and more, we covered our go-tos for mom and kids. Here’s a look at a few of the brands we love.

 


The Last Line @thelastlinela

We can’t get enough of this direct-to-consumer, LA-based, luxury-yet-reasonably-priced jewelry line from husband and wife duo (& parents of three!), Shelley and Teddy Sanders—one look at their rainbow diamond pinky ring or distinctive tennis bracelets and we need not say more. Trust.

 

AKID @akidbrand

We’ve been eyeing this brand, founded by LA-based mom of three Ashleigh Dempster, since day one for their stylish, on-trend sneakers that rival our own shoe collections. Plus, there’s no better duo than the cutest kids shoes (ever!) paired with the most awesome kids clothes on the planet. Amiright?

 

Follain @follain

Because self-care is the new going-out (or something), we adore this thoughtfully curated and transparent beauty retailer founded by Boston-based mom Tara Foley. While studying law, Tara began questioning the realities of the beauty industry.  Horrified by what she discovered, she set out to offer a well-edited selection of trustworthy, non-toxic beauty products for everyone.

 

Hill House Home @hillhousehome

A line of luxe bedding and bath for dreamers co-founded by NYC-based mom Nell Diamond. We’re obsessed with this brand for its sweet nostalgic moments and insanely-amazing sheets.

 

La Ligne @lalignenyc

Versatile everyday essentials and statement pieces to eat drink and live in.  We adore this brand for their deep love of iconic stripes (because, same), and the fact that it was co-founded by three AWESOME women—Meredith Melling, Valerie Macaulay, and Molly Howard.

 

Something Navy @somethingnavy

This sell-out brand needs little introduction so it’s no surprise it has become our new go-to for super stylish, yet wearable pieces. Something Navy was founded by NYC-based mom and super-influencer Arielle Charnas in partnership with Nordstrom—and has proven to be the retailer’s most successful partnership ever.

 

One Potato @onepotatobox

One word: genius. Founded by LA-based mom, Catherine McCord, we can’t get enough of this brand’s delicious and organic meals that are ready for the whole family to enjoy in under 30 minutes (from start to finish!). Cleanup not included—sorry!

 

AUrate @Auratenewyork

We love this direct-to-consumer line of fine jewelry for their fairly-priced and sustainable gold creations. Founded by Sophie Kahn and Bouchra Ezzahraoui, Aurate allows us to feel indulgent and do a little good at the same time.

 

Roxanne Assoulin @roxanneassoulin

Did someone say arm party? As the originator of the wrist soiree, we’re obsessed with  NYC-based mom, Roxanne Assoulin’s namesake cult jewelry line. With a simple objective to “make people smile” (and that it does), her iconic Chiclet-inspired, colorful-enamel-tiled bracelets and chokers are all the rage.

 

State Bags @statebags

Founded by rockstar couple and parents of two, Jacq and Scot Tatelman, State Bags is on a mission to give back (pack!). For every bag sold they support American children and families in need—in the ways they need it most. How awesome is that?

 

Petite’N’ Pretty @petitenpretty

We’re obsessed with this brand’s supercute collection of age-appropriate beauty products for kids. Now that they can have their own makeup bag, maybe they’ll stop raiding yours…

 

Lingua Franca @linguafrancanyc

Hello embroidered cashmere amazingness, we love you so. As founder-and-mom Rachelle Hruska says, it all started with a stitch (and a few hip hop lyrics) which blossomed into a full line of sustainably-sourced, fair trade luxury cashmere sweaters, hand-stitched by women in NYC. Respect.

 

Lele Sadoughi @lele_sadoughi

More is more is more when it comes to Lele Sadoughi’s self-proclaimed maximal line of accessories—an approach we love and admire. From signature headbands to statement earrings, this NYC-based mom launched her line with an aim to add a little something awesome to every outfit.

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Loeffler Randall @loefflerrandall

With the belief that creativity moves us all forward, Loeffler Randall has been a mainstay in our closest for years. Founded by husband and wife team, Jessie Randall and Brian Murphy, we admire this brand for their attention to detail and love of design that’s reflected throughout their super-stylish, and always comfortable collection of shoes.

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