Sarah’s goal with La Réunion has always been to share Africa-inspired artwork with sustainability at the forefront. The capsule of Patchwork Dresses made by Sarah for Covet + Lou were created at a time when the coronavirus hit especially hard in New York City. Sarah asked herself, “what can I make that will make me feel good in a time where that seems impossible?”
Dina Satti is interested in how art can be a conduit for communal healing and transcendence. Her own art, consisting of ceramic work, is deeply inspired by her upbringing- her cultures and heritage. Dina is originally from Sudan and Somalia, raised in France and Kenya, and now Brooklyn-based. Her ceramic work, from the Zir Vessel to the Baobab Bowl, are based in history and symbols drawing inspiration from plants and the traditional shapes from Africa. Join us in welcoming Nur Ceramics to Covet + Lou.
The inspiration behind Wallace Sewell’s throws is mostly taken from paintings with color palettes covering a range of stories. The Founders, Harriet Wallace-Jones and Emma Sewell, also tout Bauhaus weavers such as Anni Albers and the Japanese textile design studio, Nuno, as inspiration. We’re happy to welcome Wallace Sewell to our Home collection.
We can’t help but smile when we look at Sounds. Maybe it’s their Good Mood Tea or their Chime Bath Salts. Sounds came to Ester Kislin in a dream where she saw all of her favorite things spread out on a giant table. She now says that Sounds is “about feelings, the ones in your body, in your mind, in your home, the space inside, outside and all around you.” Get to know Ester. Get to know Sounds.
“We have to mother ourselves well in order to mother others well.” Meet Boston based Breighl Robbins, CEO + Founder of Ebi. Ebi supports healthy postpartum experiences for new mothers. Ebi makes self-care during the postpartum period approachable and safe with high quality and nourishing ingredients to support well-being for all.