We did your holiday shopping for you! Below is your definitive guide to our most coveted local artisans, makers and shops for Small Business Saturday.
For the Eco-Luxe Lover: Kate Maller
Who says you can’t be an Earth Mother with a hand full of diamonds? Kate Maller Jewelry proves that eco really can be chic with her line of handmade sustainable fine jewelry. An architect by trade, Maller transformed her skills into pieces ideal for strong, independent women.
For the Wanderer: Alexa Allen
Furniture maker turned leatherworker, Alexa Allen blends classic shapes, exquisite vegetable-tanned leather and traditional techniques into objects, bags, and accessories beloved by those who deeply appreciate handcrafted goods. His, hers and theirs… she has a little something for everyone on your list.
For the Rock & Roller: Royal Stag Hats
Rock & roll meets Old World craft at Royal Stag Hats. Each piece is handmade by founder Cate Leuenberger. Because the pieces are made to measure, every inch is customized to fit perfectly. Choose your style, color and band, then wait a few weeks for your unique piece. These are true works of art.
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For Intention Setters: Root Foot
Using pure plant fragrances and organic, wildcrafted essential oils, Rootfoot works with organic farms and eco projects to source their raw materials. We’re eyeing the Intentional Wear oils meant to evoke subtle energies of spirit animals. Try one or all. We’re opting for the latter.
For the Global Treasure Hunter:
Modern Nomad is a true shopping destination. With an eclectic yet beautifully curated collection of shops featuring homewares, fashion, body care, fragrance, jewelry, accessories, textiles, lighting and furniture from around the world, owner and founder Becky Miller has brought a visionary shopping experience to the Modern Nomad’s of Denver. In short… We. Want. It. All.