Beatrice Valenzuela by Beatrice Valenzuela
Our featured shoe pick is the Amethyst Monocolor Sandalia from Beatrice Valenzuela, a visual artist based in LA, California. These sandals will mold to your foot shape after a few wears. Beatrice creates beautiful mono-colored sandals that are perfect for any outing, beach, pool, park, or anywhere. They are offered in sizes 5-11, and the colors include amethyst, pink, yellow, and more!
Eberjey by Ali Meijia and Mariela Rovito
The featured bathing suit is the Graziela Textured Bikini Top, paired with the Annia or Sadie bottoms, both made by Eberjey. It’s designed with lightly textured fabric that’s soft and stretchy for all-day fit and comfort. Its ruffles and color create a romantic take on a regular triangle bikini. The lilac color is a limited edition. Every piece offers SPF 50+ to ensure protection from the UV rays. Eberjey creator, Ali Mejia, was born in El Salvador and raised in Miami. She helped found Eberjey to create comfortable, beautiful designs that encourage confidence and a relaxed lifestyle. Co-founder Mariela Rovito was born in Buenos Aires and raised in Miami. She is a self-starter entrepreneur who founded Eberyjey alongside Ali. They create effortless and timeless styles. Eberjey has a wide variety of items including pajama tops and bottoms, bras and bralettes, lingerie, rompers and jumpsuits, and more.
Cost: Top: $118 Bottom: $88
Mounser by Amanda Assad Mounser
Ring pops are designed to be light-catching and exuberant, that’s exactly what embodies the grape/lemonade-colored ring pop. Ring pops were inspired by rave culture. They feature layers of crystal rhinestones with cubic zirconia elements, wrapped in a candy-colored iridescent acrylic ring base. Amanda chose to translate her artistic content into wearable expressions. She founded Mounser in 2009. Mounser studio focuses on inspiration rooted in nature, modernist, and contemporary art. Light, shape, and thoughtful use of color are all inspirational points for Amanda and it reflects in her designs.
Genusee by Ali Rose VanOverbeke
Genusee is saving the planet one recycled water bottle pair of sunglasses at a time. The featured eyewear is called Oxblood + Pink Mirror sunglasses. These frames were inspired by Nena & Co and the textiles they create in Guatemala. They are offered in prescription and non-prescription lenses. These frames are 100% UVA/ UVB protective. Genusee frames are made from 100% post-consumer recycled water bottles from the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Additionally, 1% of net profits are donated back to the Community Fund of Greater Flint.