Eu’Genia Shea Founder Shares All About Shea

Posted on May 15, 2017

Eu’Genia Shea is a mother/daughter-run social enterprise dedicated to empowering women in Ghana. Consider Eu’Genia Shea the all-natural alternative to petroleum jelly and chemical filled moisturizers. The Eu’Genia mission is to support as many women in northern Ghana as possible and to do so as holistically as possible. Read more about to learn the story behind the products with our interview with Eu'Genia founder, Naa-Sakle Akuete.
A Beautiful Up-Cycled Mother’s Day Giveaway + Maybe The Easiest Mother’s Day Craft Ever (as in, NO WORK FOR MOM)

Posted on May 11, 2017

Giveaway time! General Mills Cereals and TO THE MARKET are providing TWENTY of you lucky people with your own necklace made with upcycled cereal box beads. You can’t buy these necklaces, so this is the only way to get one! Here is how to enter: (Comments must be posted by Midnight PT May 25, 2017.)
Grad Gift Ideas From Our Own Grad, Danielle!

Posted on May 10, 2017

Our Intern extraordinaire, Danielle Franco is about to graduate from Johns Hopkins with a BA degree in Public Health. To celebrate her accomplishments, we're putting her through the ringer one last time to share about her college experiences, advice for this year's incoming freshmen, and perhaps a few grad gift ideas to boot!
Notes From Our Founder: May, Moms & Wherabouts

Posted on May 02, 2017

The past few months have been a whirlwind to say the least. We’ve launched three new partners on the website including Best Foot Forward, Eu’Genia Shea, and Darzah Designs, as well as several new collections from existing artisan partners. April also saw the complete release of our own TTM exclusive Spring-Summer 2017 collection (see below for some behind the scenes of our photoshoot in Palm Springs, California).
HuffPost Exclusive: The Fashion Revolution Evolution

Posted on May 01, 2017

Fashion Revolution Week affords fashion-oriented businesses and brands big and small to evaluate who is making their products, what kind of impact they are having on the communities in which they operate, and what their customers are interested in buying. On the flip side, the Week also allows consumers to engage with the fashion industry to learn more about where their department store purse is from, who made their scarf, or affixed the soles of their shoes.