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Hone Your Craft
Sofia Ramsay might make her living in the realm of delicate beads and fine chains, but that doesn't mean she can't get down with tougher materials, too. "At hardware stores, there are so many cool objects with functional forms that can be abstracted," she says. On her most recent trip, she found a way to turn electrical and plumbing fittings and gardening supplies into utilitarian trinket catchalls. "The pipe forms are great to drape chains over so they don't fight and tangle," Sofia explains. Ooh, yah, sign us up for that. READ MORE
Key to the City
Though she'd carved out a pretty amazing homebase for herself and her delicate jewelry line Kyyote in L.A., Canadian Amanda Loos was growing increasingly homesick over the last few years. The solution? She now splits her time between the city of sun and the cobblestoned streets of Montreal. "One of the best things about Montreal is the nice drivers here," Amanda laughs. "They take their time, let others in, and rarely honk their horns - it's so different from L.A.!" But the lack of road rage is far from the only reason to head north - here are 11 places worth brushing up on your French. READ MORE
Ugggh, the news RN. How, when, and where are you consuming it? That's an ongoing conversation Claire and Erica have been having, so they're talking out how they're attempting to stay informed...and also sane here. Then Iva Pawling schools us on innerwear (see: her snuggly line Richer Poorer) and fitnessing socks (her second label, Pointe Studio), solving problems we never knew how to articulate. READ MORE
Got It Made
When Marisa Howard, then a commercial lighting designer, first started making her own jewelry by watching YouTube videos, she never imagined she'd be in a position to support herself full-time on the hobby - let alone others. But interest in her minimalist, rune-like metal creations - which now go by Seaworthy - grew in a flash, and, BAM, she's now the head of a team of four. Here's her bosslady approach to getting there. READ MORE