Tammy Asher and Chelsea Farmer’s silk wrap bracelets worked like a charm on our TSE Gift Guide editors.
Nadya Saib and her mother impressed our TSE Gift Guide editors with their mission to create soaps that sustain farmers.
Mary Aspinwall co-created Boxai, which brings attention to the declining bee population. Our TSE Gift Guide editors thought it was the bee’s knees.
Genevieve Morganstern sells goods made by women artisans in the Amazon, such as this necklace pictured above, through her online marketplace Nayariva.
Eco-conscious parents will be just as thrilled as our TSE Gift Guide editors to try out these quirky paperless napkins.
Our TSE Gift Guide editors were blown away by Katie Rock’s water-resistant bag which makes a bold statement in both look and deed.
From puppy-saving chocolate to rainforest-friendly necklaces, we’ve curated a list of “gifts with a mission” made by female entrepreneurs.
Patrice Wynne’s fiesta-inspired frock, made by the family of seamstresses pictured above, livened up the prospect of cooking for our TSE Gift Guide editors.
Chitra Gopalakrishnan’s environmentally friendly towels impressed our Gift Guide editors and dried up spills in a flash.
Roni Sivan’s hand-woven Cambodian scarves caught editors’ eyes in our TSE ‘Gifts With a Mission’ Guide.
Colleen DeBaise, our director of digital media, presented our list of socially conscious stocking stuffers made by female entrepreneurs.
Sheila Duncan created Trouble the Dog, featured in TSE’s Gift Guide, after cancer losses in her family.
In today’s Gift Guide spotlight: Heidi Fausel of Frisco, Texas, whose gourmet eggnog had us swooning.
Today we feature Victoria Lynden of Kohana Coffee, whose aromatic brew roused the sleepy editors of our Gift Guide.
Today we feature Sarah Gross of Rescue Chocolates, whose tasty treats turned editors’ heads in our Gift Guide.