4 Women-led Craft Businesses To Support In Brighton

Who run the (business) world? - Girls! Here at Brighton Girl, we are all about supporting women and decided that it was time that we celebrated businesses led by wonderful women here in the city. This is part two of a feature where we will be showcasing some of the businesses we feel you need to know about! (Find part one here.)

Juna

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Jewellery by Juna is a local brand founded by Radka Junova in Hove, actually. It stands for timeless design, ethical production and materials and affordable products. From recycled sterling silver to fairtrade gold to recycled packaging paper we absolutely support this up and coming jewellry designer. Go check out their beautiful online shop.

Instagram: @jewellerybyjuna

Shiv Textiles

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This one's for all the interior decorators and lovers out there. Former Brighton Uni student Siobhan Martin founded this business in 2017 to produce ecological, sustainable and ethical products with unique design and quality. The product lines range from cushions and throws to scarves and purses. Find out more about the production, waeving and sewing techniques on the website.

Instagram: @shiv_textiles

Chalk & Moss

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Both an amazing blog about natural and holistic living and and online shop for selected items with a natural biophilic interior design supporting plastic free living. Founded by Anna Sjöström Walton in May 2017 it is definitely a business to look out for. We're especially big fans of the plant themed prints and stationary, but also love all the furnishings and accessories. Also find out ore about biophilic design via the blog and sign up to the green newsletter.

Instagram: @chalkandmoss

Emma Stanton Jewellery

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We fell in love with Emma's designs at the Fashion Re:Boot event at the Grand hotel where local businesses and bloggers sold their items. There was just something so unique about the way she is turning findings from our beach into stunning pieces to wear around our necks, wrists and ears. Her work focuses on abstracting natural materials like stones, clams even seaweed and creating something completely different while still keeping the connections to nature themes such as sky, landscape and sea.  

Instagram: @emmastantonjewellery

Empower, inspire and support your local business women!

Written by Anna Olivia Böke

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