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Saint Lyon

Parenthood, Fashion, Clothing, Basics, Women’s, Sports & Outdoors
Women Owned, Charitable, Free Shipping, Ships Internationally
Inspired by some of the world's most recognized fitness brands, Saint Lyon aims to disrupt the fitness apparel industry by creating quality, affordable products you will want to wear. From conception in our Montreal & Ottawa studios to your wardrobe, each product goes through a series of detailed steps including feedback-driven design and stress testing. The outcome is a fit that is crafted for performance, comfort and confidence - in and out of the gym. Our Story. Hello and welcome to Saint Lyon. My name is Abby, the co-founder of Saint Lyon. As someone who has always been passionate about the fitness space and apparel, I've always been big about style and performance of apparel without jeopardizing comfort or breaking the bank. This led me on the journey to start Saint Lyon - to not only offer the best possible clothes, but to foster an environment for women to feel confident in their bodies and feel encouraged. Our Mission. Here at Saint Lyon, we aim to break the paradigm of having to break the bank for comfort and style with fitness apparel and to foster an environment for women to feel confident in their bodies and encourage each other. Our Core Values. Confidence: We want our products to exude the inner confidence in everyone who dons them - regardless of body shape, ethnicity or size. Performance: The fabrics, design and engineering of our clothes allows you to be give off your very best in your workouts and stay comfortable in and out of the gym. Community: Our community is the core of who we are. We are a family of like-minded individuals who uplift and support each other.


Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Fashion, Accessories, Handbags, other, Sports & Outdoors, Miscellaneous
Free Shipping
Tote&Carry is an affordable, luxury bag brand specializing in statement, fashion pieces and travel sets designed to elevate your look for any occasion. Our bags deliver eye-catching colors, a delicate blend of fabrics and a signature snakeskin pattern suitable for anyone with an eye for style. “You’ll always stand out when you wear our bags,” co-founder Tony Rey says about the stunning accessories. Unlike other luxury brand executives, Tote&Carry co-founders Rey and Tony Dennis are working to protect the environment by using eco-leather in their products. The dynamic duo also produces Tote&Carry bags at the highest caliber quality for unmatched prices. With artistic flair and bold creativity at the forefront of the brand, Tote&Carry combines unique patterns, blends, textures and lush fabrics to bring that staple, one of a kind “touch” to each of the exclusive collections. The minority-owned company has created luxurious bags for high-profile clients since it first broke ground in Atlanta in 2016. Now, Tote&Carry is bringing the same top-tier luxury to you at an affordable price. To stay up to date on our newest collections and more, visit us on online at and check us out on all social media platforms.

Grant Blvd

Fashion, Clothing, Tees, Swim, Women’s, Other, Sports & Outdoors
Women Owned, Sustainable, Made in America, Organic
I suppose trying to find solutions to poverty through action, has always been with me, mostly because of Grant Blvd. That’s where I lived, in the house at 2677. It’s the place where my parents found time to volunteer in service to other Black folks. They came from struggle and lack, and they understood the obstacles other folks, particularly Black folks faced. I was a kid who watched my mom drive on weekends to give emotional support to female inmates in a correctional facility. And I listened to my dad who was engaged as, essentially, a food activist. But to be even more transparent, Grant Blvd is the story of two types of American families: those who know stability, security & hope- which, until I was 13, was us. But it’s also the story of families that collapse- families that face adulthood depression, self-medication with cocaine, and the weighing “criminal options” as a means of surviving. Grant Blvd is the place where I learned the power of acting with love and of speaking out against inequity. It’s the place that I think best defines who I am. In a word, Grant Blvd is a response to slavery, to leased labor, to Jim Crow, to persistent economic injustice and marginalization. We need to completely reimagine our response to poverty and the criminalization of it, and we also have to radically change how we create pathways to self-sufficient living for black & brown people who’ve been incarcerated. Our work to use fashion to create employment opportunities and points of exposure to the skills we all need to find long term peace isn’t about supporting the othered “them” that've been incarcerated (mind you, too often due to poverty and trauma and untreated emotional or mental health struggles). It’s about us, all of us, and it’s about designing radically inclusive pathways that pursue the long term plan of progressing our collective good, and let’s not ever forget, the good of our planet. Grant Blvd is about intersectional design. Grant Blvd is about the only way forward. And forward is the motion, Kimberly McGlonn, CEO & Founder of Grant Blvd


Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Home & Garden, Decor, Other, Fashion, Clothing, Tees, Women’s, Other, Accessories, Jewelry, Handbags, Belts, Scarves, Office, Paper & Stationery, Greeting Cards, Sports & Outdoors
Women Owned, Immigrant Owned, Sustainable
In December 2009, I had an opportunity to travel to Kenya for three weeks through a study abroad program for my Master of Science degree in International Public Service from DePaul University. When considering why I chose Kenya, I must be honest and say that it was because I knew that it was only 6 hours away from my homeland, Tanzania and more importantly I will have an opportunity to visit my grandmother. Never in a million years did I think that I would fall in love with Kenya. I visited several women cooperative organizations, but one organization, in particular, stirred up something inside of me; The Kibera Paper Project (KPP) is an organization that makes greeting cards using recycled materials. Meeting the women of Kibera Paper Project changed my life and confirmed the one thing I had always known, which was that in Africa with hope, determination and hard work it can be done. I ended my journey filled with both excitement and frustration because I was confused about the next step. While my trip to East Africa ended, my contribution towards the economic development in Africa was just beginning. As an African woman, I understand my responsibility towards it. Early 2010, I began volunteering with KPP helping the organization sell their cards here in the United States. Within months of selling cards to family members and friends, I realized that my involvement needed a strategic plan. As a result, the formulation of ILAVA: It Can Be Done! came into existence. -Rahel MwitulaWilliams, Founder

Wrath Brand

Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Fashion, Clothing, Tees, Unisex, Sports & Outdoors, Lifestyle, Miscellaneous
Free Shipping, Ships Internationally
May of 2019, Wrath Brand released its signature Drift Moon T-shirt with the mission to impact streetwear & skate culture globally. An Ohio native linked up with a New York artist and now lifelong friend to create a game changing streetwear brand. Wrath represents adventure within fashion and we celebrate that through our skate community. Look forward to designs that will take you on a journey & art that will provide a story. Wrath culture is surrounded by skate, punk, and hip hop art. These elements play a heavy influence on the brand. Enjoy our products and continue to watch the evolution of Wrath Brand.