Meet Our Artisans

Belle + Blossom makes conscious shopping easier for you by curating collections from artisans and social enterprises that have safe and dignified workspaces, support women empowerment, advocate for human rights, and protect the Earth.

We proudly partner with 13 fair trade artisan groups or social enterprises in 16 different countries: Cambodia, China, Egypt, Honduras, India, Kenya, Mexico, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Uganda, the United States, and Vietnam.

We fully support our fair trade and sustainable partners' missions and want you to love them as much as we do. Here's a brief overview of each brand's goal, which can also be found on all product descriptions:

Fair Anita | Supports survivors of domestic violence by selling fair trade products, promoting skill and talent development, hosting workshops, and philanthropic giving.

Global Crafts | Improves the lives of people of people who share our planet through income-generating opportunities for artisans in developing countries.

Good Paper | Restores the human spirit through greeting cards handmade by women who have escaped sex trafficking in the Philippines, and young adults orphaned during the Rwandan genocide of 1994 and the HIV/Aid epidemic.

Imani Collective | Improves artisan livelihood and well-being by providing women, men, and their families with consistent wages, skills training, community and access to education.

Joyn | A circular fashion brand that prides themselves on being "deliberately inefficient", putting people and the plant first by creating jobs for marginalized communities and using local remnant materials to reduce waste. 

Malia Designs | Increases economic opportunity for women in Cambodia and support organizations that fight human trafficking in Southeast Asia.

Matr Boomie | Works diligently to break the cycle of poverty and empower artisans through blending traditional artforms of India with timeless and modern design aesthetic, bringing people and cultures closer together.

Nat + Noor | Designs accessories from a renewable source - cellulose acetate (a non-petroleum base derived from wood pulp).

Nica LifeCreates a global community where women empower women through the exchange of intentional and inspiring products for a living wage.

PURPOSE Jewelry | Empowers girls and young women escaping human trafficking to embrace their true identity and worth.

Starfish Project | Helps exploited women and girls escape sex trafficking, experience freedom, establish independence and develop careers.

Creative Women | Increases social and economic opportunities for artisans and prides themselves in preserving traditional techniques for creating handcrafted and high quality natural home goods.

LAUDE the Label | Believes women are the key to eradicating global poverty and put words into action by empowering female artisans around the world to find financial freedom through safe and meaningful employment at living wages.

Mata Traders | Merges uncommonly vibrant style with fair trade practices to make an impact on global poverty – bringing fair wages to artisans in India and Nepal.

Serrv International | A non-profit that fights global poverty through fair and ethical trade.

Balizen | Strives to maintain the spirit of compassion and the natural serendipity that occurs when one is doing something positive for the planet.

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