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Celebrating Women’s History Month: A Roundup of Our Women Owned Brands

Celebrating Women’s History Month: A Roundup of Our Women Owned Brands

In honor of Women's History Month, we proudly shed light on the incredible women owned brands we support here at Queen Anna House of Fashion. These brands offer not only high-quality products but also embody the strength, resilience, and creativity of women entrepreneurs. By choosing to support these businesses, we confidently invest in the future success of women in business.

In addition to highlighting these amazing brands, we take a moment to reflect on the challenges that women have faced and continue to face in the business world. Despite progress in recent years, women still encounter significant barriers to success, including unequal pay, limited access to funding, and gender bias. By supporting women owned businesses, we boldly work to dismantle these barriers and create a more equitable and inclusive business landscape.

So this Women's History Month, let's celebrate the amazing accomplishments of women entrepreneurs and steadfastly work towards a world where women are empowered to succeed.

We’re big supporters of shopping women owned brands here at Queen Anna. Along with supporting innovative female entrepreneurs, you’re also empowering these trailblazing women to take control of their economic futures. Moreover, these brands frequently prioritize sustainable and ethical production practices along with supporting other charities that make a difference in many lives. This makes them an excellent choice for conscious consumers who are concerned about the impact of their purchasing decisions on the environment and society.

Amanda Deer Jewelry

Amanda Deer Jewelry women owned brands Women's History Month empowering women

Amanda Deer Jewelry is a woman-owned and woman-run small business that has been based in the heart of Austin, Texas for over a decade. Her company ethos was based around jewelry being not only an accessory that can enhance one's personal style, but also a form of self-expression. She created her own jewelry line, with the aim of making jewelry that is not only fashionable, but also affordable for everyone.

Aside from her jewelry line, Amanda is passionate about supporting her local community and empowering women in business. As a woman-owned and woman-run small business, she fully understands the challenges that women face in the business world and she and her team are committed to helping other women succeed.

Amanda Uprichard

Model wearing white Amanda Uprichard outfit set

Amanda Uprichard is a contemporary women's fashion brand that has been making waves in the industry for its impeccable craftsmanship, use of luxurious fabrics, and bold designs. From the moment you slip into an Amanda Uprichard piece, you'll feel empowered and ready to take on the world.

Her clothing is not just beautiful, it's also functional. Each piece is designed to fit and flatter the female form, creating a silhouette that is both feminine and powerful. The brand is dedicated to using only the highest quality materials, ensuring that each piece is made to last.

The brand is all about empowering women to be their best selves and to chase their dreams relentlessly. Each piece is a statement, a reminder that you are powerful and capable of achieving anything you set your mind to.

And Comfort

Model wearing And Comfort navy skirt

And Comfort is a brand that is owned by women. It was founded by Karine Hsu, who was inspired to create the brand after experiencing difficulty finding clothes that fit her mother's size. Karine previously worked in a financial firm in San Francisco where she had the opportunity to work with several brands that specialize in plus-size fashion. While working with these brands, she realized that the lack of high-quality clothing options in extended sizes was a prevalent issue that affects more people than just her mother.

And Comfort aims to address this gap in the retail industry by providing high-quality clothing options for people who wear extended sizes. With a focus on both style and comfort, the brand offers a diverse range of clothing that is both fashionable and functional. In addition to this, And Comfort is also committed to sustainability and ethical manufacturing practices. The brand's commitment to sustainability can be seen in its use of environmentally friendly materials and its efforts to reduce waste.


Planner notebook from Appointed

Suann Song, initially a graphic designer with a background in public relations and marketing, was always searching for the perfect notebook - American-made, minimalist yet chic, and sustainably-minded. However, she was unable to find one that met her criteria. Instead of settling, Suann decided to create it herself.

After 18 months of research and an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign, the female-founded brand launched with its signature product, The Notebook. Six years later, Appointed is proud to offer a suite of responsibly-sourced desktop and paper goods and support an ever-growing team of talented individuals. Appointed brings together Suann's love of paper, organization, and beautiful design to create products that enrich and inspire everyday moments.

Arm Candy

Arm Candy silver bracelet set

Arm Candy was created by Keiley Fuller when she discovered her passion for designing bracelets. While initially creating bracelets for herself, her family and friends soon took notice and began asking her to design jewelry for them. Keiley then decided to turn her hobby into a business and began to expand her product line, adding necklaces, earrings, and more. She draws inspiration from nature, fashion trends, and her travels around the world, ensuring that each piece is unique and special. Today, Arm Candy is known as a brand that celebrates individuality and creativity, with a loyal following of customers who appreciate the quality and craftsmanship of each piece of jewelry.


Model wearing Julep hat from Bagtazo

Courtney Bagtazo is an entrepreneur who launched her company, Bagtazo, somewhat by chance. Although it may seem that she stumbled into business, her path was actually paved by years of experience and hard work. As a child, Courtney started making her own jewelry at the age of just 5, demonstrating her creative talents and passion for fashion from a young age. After two decades of working in the fashion industry, Courtney launched her eponymous brand in 2014, which has since gained a dedicated following.

Bagtazo's hats have become particularly popular, and for good reason. They are not only fashionable, but also genderless, making them a versatile accessory for anyone to wear. In fact, this combination is unfortunately rare in the fashion industry, making Bagtazo's hats all the more special. The hats are all handmade, which adds an extra level of care and uniqueness to each piece.

Despite the success of her business, Courtney has not forgotten her roots. She still personally wears and sells her hats, just as she did when she initially launched her brand. Her passion for fashion and dedication to her craft is evident in every piece she creates, and it's clear that there's no stopping her as she continues to grow and expand her brand.

Bent by Courtney

Model wearing jewelry from Bent by Courtney

Courtney Johnson’s namesake jewelry line, Bent by Courtney, offers a unique and captivating aesthetic that blends the masculine and the feminine in a supremely stylish way. As a creative, contemporary, and refined jewelry brand, Bent by Courtney is sure to turn heads and make a statement wherever it's worn.

One of the hallmarks of Bent by Courtney is its artisan vibe, which is achieved through the use of specialized techniques and environmentally conscious elements. The attention to detail and dedication to quality is evident in every piece Courtney creates, making it a true work of art.

Brenda Grands Jewelry

Model wearing Brenda Grands jewelry

Brenda Grands Jewelry was founded in 2014 by two sisters with a passion for business. Brenda's expertise in design and creativity is complemented by Angie's proficiency in social media marketing, allowing them to expand their brand through amazing wholesalers. The BG Jewelry line is designed to make women feel beautiful, brave, strong, worthy, and loved. The philosophy behind their unique designs is that they can be paired with a pair of jeans or a little black dress and heels for a gorgeous look.

At Brenda Grands Jewelry, philanthropy is a core value, with 10% of their profits being donated to missions around the world. This commitment to giving back makes their brand stand out. All of their products are plated or filled with 18k to 24k gold, the highest quality materials available. Every item is handmade in Houston, TX, ensuring the highest level of craftsmanship.

Britt Sisseck

Model wearing blue Britt Sisseck shirt

Britt Sisseck is an established fashion designer who has made a name for herself in the world of women's high-end shirts and blouses. She launched her label in 2014 and has been a force to be reckoned with ever since. Her inspiration came from admiring the materials and precision involved in men's shirting, and she has successfully transferred these qualities into her women's collection. Her unique approach to fashion is evident in the way she balances contrasting elements in her designs. Her collection offers a refreshing balance of precious and pragmatic, fluid and structured, masculine and feminine styles. Britt Sisseck's pieces are perfect for the modern woman who wants to make a statement with her wardrobe.

Brook & York

Model wearing Anna Pearl Ring from Brook & York

Inspired by and made in America, Brook & York’s jewelry borrows details from the two places they’re inspired by and live and work at: Old Saybrook, Connecticut's effortlessly coastal elements and New York City's classic Art Deco architecture. As a company run by women, they design for others like them with multifaceted lives looking for quality, well-priced pieces fit for any occasion. Through dedicated eco-conscious craftsmanship, personalization, and timeless silhouettes with trend-forward details, Brook & York celebrates the many possible expressions of American style.

Brownie Points

Radical necklace from Brownie Points brand

Brownie Points is proudly Black-owned and operated. All products are expertly designed by Rinny Perkins, a Texas-born, LA-based artist and comedian. What started as Rinny's 70s-inspired collages and self-published zines in 2017 has blossomed into a fully fleshed-out shop where the company celebrates authenticity by being unapologetic about dating, sexuality, and mental health.

Brownie Points is also committed to sustainability and supporting organizations such as A Long Walk Home, a non-profit dedicated to ending violence against women and girls, and Project Row Houses of Houston. The latter organization is committed to promoting sustainable art and community enrichment in the historically Black neighborhood of Third Ward in Houston, Texas. This neighborhood is also where Rinny grew up, so the company has a special connection to their mission. Drawing on her life experiences, Rinny has created a powerful brand that encourages women to be honest with themselves and unlock their true potential.


Model wearing C/MEO outfit

C/MEO Collective was founded in 2010 by Melanie Flintoft, the creative director of Australia's Fashion Labels. With a keen eye for fashion, the innovative CEO has built a fashion empire that includes four distinctive clothing brands: C/MEO Collective, Finders, Keepsake the Label, and The Fifth Label. Her designs are known for being bold yet highly wearable, setting global fashion trends. The versatile range features one-shoulder jumpsuits, asymmetrical leather jackets, and romantic floral ensembles that are both effortlessly chic and cutting-edge.

Lead today by head designer Siham Elmawey, C/MEO has created their embodiment of the C/MEO woman. She is culturally engaged and always up-to-date with the latest trends, consistently ahead of the curve. She is a confident risk-taker, but never reckless, and is regarded as a trailblazer, a source of inspiration, and a well-regarded fashionista. She knows what she wants and how to make it her own.

Chan Luu

Model wearing Chan Luu wrap bracelet

Founded in 1996 by Vietnamese-born designer Chan Luu, the brand began as a passion project after her successful career in retail. From humble beginnings making jewelry in her garage, the brand has since expanded to include cashmere, fine jewelry, and a men's line. Throughout its history, Chan has been a strong advocate for artisan craftsmanship and fair labor practices, and her efforts have received recognition from the United Nations. The company has been a driving force in providing jobs for women internationally.

As of 2021, the CEO and Creative Director position has been assumed by Chan's niece and longtime head of design, Tessa Tran, who brings her own distinctive vision while preserving the brand's mission.

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Collections by Joya

Gemstone ring from Collections by Joya

Collections by Joya is an exquisite selection of handcrafted jewelry crafted by talented artisan communities from all over the world. The founder, Betsy Nacrelli, is a travel enthusiast, art lover, and philanthropist who drew inspiration for the Joya brand from her passions. Each of the stunning jewelry pieces is made by women, for women, and the company is fully committed to supporting women's causes globally.

Every Joya piece is created with exacting attention to detail by expert artisan jewelers using traditional jewelry-making and textile techniques. The brand firmly believes in producing authentic, high-quality products with a rich history behind every piece. In addition to showcasing phenomenal pieces, Collections by Joya is devoted to giving back to women's causes worldwide. A portion of the proceeds from every purchase is donated to a women's charity that works tirelessly to improve women's lives every day.


Model wearing Commando pants

Kerry O’Brien, the founder, designer, and CEO of Commando, is the epitome of a female entrepreneur. With a background in media and financial public relations, she brought a unique perspective to the fashion industry. Despite having no formal design training, she has managed to break boundaries and revolutionize the industry.

Her vision and creativity have helped Commando become a leader in the industry, with a reputation for quality and innovation. A-list celebrities and other notable fashion designers have used her products many times. Her leadership has inspired her team to push boundaries and think outside the box, resulting in a company that is not just successful, but also socially responsible. O’Brien’s commitment to her craft is unwavering, and her unwavering dedication to her customers is the reason why Commando has become a household name.

Expressions Bracelets

Blessed hoop earrings from Expressions Bracelets

Expressions Bracelets launched in January 2012 by Saratta Murphy. She had a strong desire to adorn others with expressions of their unique life stories. The brand crafts beaded bracelets from natural gemstones and offers mantra accessories for the everyday woman. Their pieces are designed to touch the soul with healing gemstone bracelets, engraved spiritual mantras, motivational phrases, or personalized message cuffs. Created by women for women, Expressions Bracelets take pride in their ability to offer beautiful and meaningful accessories that inspire confidence and self-expression.

Foxtail Goods

Cashmere scarf from Foxtail Goods

Foxtail Goods is a line of naturally dyed cashmere scarves founded by Melody Shirazi. The production takes place in a small studio in San Luis Obispo, California, where they use natural and ethical processes to create and source the cashmere scarves, ensuring high quality standards. Their mission is to revive traditional, slow craftsmanship and the outstanding quality that comes with it.

Mentoring, community, and supporting women are the core values of Foxtail Goods. The brand is committed to donating a portion of their profits from each item sold online to heal, educate and empower survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse.

Fringe + Co

Model wearing black and gold polka dot Fringe and Co caftan

Founded by Kelsey Campion, Fringe + Co is woman and LGBTQ+-owned clothing brand. Starting off as a forensic psychologist, Kelsey made the life-changing choice to do a 180 and open up her own clothing brand. She learned to sew from a vintage sewing machine and the rest was history.

Fringe + Co's designs are inspired by the unique culture and history of New Orleans, integrating elements such as bright colors and vibrant textiles to her designs. The brand's commitment to inclusivity and diversity is evident in their sourcing of materials from local suppliers and supporting local talents. By promoting social progress and celebrating diverse identities, Fringe + Co is not only offering fashionable and comfortable clothing, but also making a valuable impact in the fashion industry and our communities.

Funky Monkey Fashion Accessories

Yellow button pusher and screen toucher from Funky Monkey Fashion Accessories

Jenny Najera has always had a passion for fashion and accessories. After years of working as a gemologist, she noticed a gap in the market for unique and high-quality accessories. In 2018, she decided to take the leap and start her own business, Funky Monkey Fashion Accessories. Her entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to her craft have been the driving force behind the success of her brand.

Jenny is also passionate about giving back to her community. In addition to supporting local artisans and suppliers, she regularly donates a portion of her profits to various charity organizations. Her commitment to social responsibility has made her a beloved figure in her community and has helped her brand to grow even more.

Good American

Model wearing blue Good American dress

Good American is a premium clothing brand co-founded by Khloé Kardashian and Emma Grede in 2016. The luxe brand specializes in producing denim jeans, as well as offering a variety of other clothing options such as tops and jackets. They are known for taking great pride in their inclusive sizing options, with clothing available for all body types, ranging from sizes 00-24.

Notably, aside from being very body positive in their clothing message, Good American is also staunch about their unwavering commitment to sustainability and ethical fashion practices, ensuring that their clothing is produced in an environmentally and socially responsible way.

Gravitas New York

Model wearing cape jacket from Gravitas New York

Gravitas New York was founded in 2013 by Lisa Sun, an exceptional former management consultant who identified a void in the market for a line of women's workwear that combined elegance with practicality. Lisa drew inspiration from her own experiences as a young professional and aimed to create a brand that instilled confidence and empowerment in women in the workplace. Since its establishment, Gravitas New York has gained recognition for its superior quality garments, exquisite tailoring, and meticulous attention to detail.

In addition to its emphasis on design and craftsmanship, Gravitas New York is dedicated to making a positive impact on society. The brand has collaborated with various organizations that promote women's education and empowerment, such as Dress for Success and She's the First.

Inclán Studio

Model wearing hot pink dress by Inclan Studio

Inclán Studio is a women's fashion label that specializes in ready-to-wear clothing. Founded by Paola Contreras, the brand is based in Houston, Texas and is known for its effortless and multifunctional designs. The clothing is designed to be versatile and wearable year-round, making it perfect for any occasion. Whether you're dressing up or dressing down, Inclán Studio has something for everyone.

Inclán Studio's philosophy is centered around the idea of empowering women through fashion. The brand believes that clothing should be comfortable, easy to wear, and make women feel confident and beautiful. The brand's designs are meant to be layered and mixed and matched, allowing women to create their own unique style.

Janna Conner

Gold hoops from Janna Conner

Janna Conner is a gifted designer of elegant yet understated jewelry, hailing from the vibrant city of Los Angeles. Her inspiration is drawn from the kaleidoscopic and multicultural richness of the Californian landscape, with its bold colors and diverse cultural influences. Janna's philosophy and aesthetic have been refined through her extensive travels around the world.

Having lived in Hong Kong, she has broadened her artistic horizons and gained an appreciation for the intricate beauty of Asian design. Janna also regularly visits Paris, where she draws inspiration from the city's legendary artistic heritage and her family's creative influence. This combination of unique experiences and diverse education has helped Janna become a confident and accomplished designer, capable of creating stunning pieces that capture the essence of the world around us.


Model wearing J.ING top and pants

J.ING was started by Jing Zeng in 2017 with a mission to deliver quality style at affordable prices, with a focus on women. The brand believes that every woman deserves to feel confident and beautiful in her own skin, regardless of her skin color, body type, or social identity.

Jing was inspired by a love for high fashion, and she wanted to create a brand that would provide tailor-made clothing for the everyday woman. As a primarily Asian-owned company, they proudly offer a diverse range of styles that cater to women of all backgrounds. The company’s goal is to empower women to express themselves through fashion, and to achieve this, they create clothing that is not only stylish, but also comfortable and affordable.


Model wearing Kes NYC top and pants

Lia Kes spent her formative years on Kibbutz Afikim, where residents dressed in practical and uncomplicated clothing. Drawn to the communal sewing workshop, known as the “matpera,” Lia was inspired to pursue a career in fashion design. After studying at Shenkar College in Tel Aviv, she left the kibbutz to launch her own collection in New York City, Kes NYC. Kes’ designs prioritize sustainability and utilize only the best materials, resulting in effortlessly chic attire for the modern woman. Her collection not only empowers women, but also enhances their natural beauty.

Know Purpose

Model wearing gray Remember Your Why sweater from Know Purpose

In the summer of 2014, Brittany, the founder of Know Purpose, was deeply inspired to create a t-shirt that would reflect her current journey in life. She wanted to design a t-shirt that would not only be fashionable but would also carry a strong message. Thus, the first Know Purpose t-shirt was born. It was an instant hit with many people from all walks of life and the rest is history.

Today, Know Purpose has become more than just a fashion brand. It's a movement, a community of people who are united by a shared sense of purpose and a desire to make a positive impact on the world. And it all started with one t-shirt and one woman's determination to make a difference.

LAUDE the Label

Model wearing deep orange LAUDE the Label dress

Founded by Carly Burson, LAUDE the Label is a brand dedicated to making a difference in the world by empowering women through safe and meaningful employment opportunities, while also providing timeless fashion. The brand believes that financial freedom is the key to achieving a better life, and they are committed to helping women achieve this goal while also providing confidence for those who buy their clothes.

At LAUDE the Label, success is measured not only by profits but also by the positive impact they have on the lives of the women they work with and the environment. The company's commitment to social responsibility and sustainability sets them apart and makes them a company that people can be proud to support.

M Street Studio

Model wearing M Street Studio statement earrings

M Street Studio is a brand that was proudly founded in 2007. It all began when the talented designer and owner, Becca White, fearlessly started making accessories in her home in the Dallas neighborhood known as the “M Streets.”

Becca, a highly skilled jeweler and silversmith, confidently designed and produced a line of statement pieces that perfectly blend modern minimalism with contemporary style. Her pieces are a must-have for the confident modern woman who wants to make a bold statement with her wardrobe. The brand has been highly successful in creating a unique and stylish line of accessories that are sure to leave an impression.

Maison de Papillon

Model wearing yellow slip dress from Maison de Papillon

Maison de Papillon is an exquisitely sophisticated collection that transcends traditional boundaries and effortlessly transitions from travel and loungewear to ready-to-wear, with the belief that simplicity is the ultimate luxury. It is an essential for the discerning world traveler and the contemporary woman on-the-go.

Designers Shriya Bisht Misra and Danielle Salinas have masterfully collaborated to create this remarkable collection that reflects their shared vision and passion for the finer things in life. They first met while attending Parsons New School for Design in New York and quickly recognized each other's fascination for art and travel, as well as their love for fashion. They entered the fashion industry as established media businesswomen, resolute in their mission to create a luxury brand that reflected their dynamic pace and refined aesthetic.

Mod + Jo

Model wearing earrings from Mod and Jo

Mod + Jo was founded by Jordan Flynn, who was driven to action by her own frustration with the lack of quality and unique accessories that were affordable. As a woman herself, she recognized the importance of accessories in expressing one's individuality, and the limiting effect that high prices can have on this expression. She started her company with the strong belief that women should be empowered by having access to attainable, high-quality accessories that won't break the bank. Her goal is to instill confidence in women, so that they can look and feel their best without having to compromise on quality or affordability.

Nina Berenato

Model wearing nose jewelry from Nina Berenato

Nina Berenato's jewelry line was born from her passion, perseverance, and dedication, which led her to learn jewelry making in New York City under Elizabeth Knight's guidance. In 2015, she moved to Austin, Texas, to showcase her designs in a 1959 Airstream Bambi travel trailer, which drew a large following of customers across the state. Her unique designs and passion for her craft have enabled her to empower her community by offering scholarships, grants, and donations to organizations that assist women and struggling communities. Today, Nina Berenato's jewelry line continues to flourish as she remains committed to quality and innovative design, inspiring a new generation of jewelry enthusiasts with her story of determination and success.


Model wearing I am Woman Hear Me Roar sweater from Oceanne

Océanne is a stunning and elegant line of minimalist modern jewelry and accessories designed and created with great care and attention to detail by the talented French designer, Anne Harrill. Each unique piece is expertly handmade using only the finest materials and techniques, ensuring that every item is of the highest quality. The company is based in Cleveland, Ohio, where Anne Harrill and her team of skilled all-women artisans pour their hearts and souls into creating each and every piece with love and dedication.

Octavia Morgan Los Angeles

Four perfumes from Octavia Morgan Los Angeles

Octavia Morgan Los Angeles is an ecologically conscious, 100% BIPOC woman-founded fragrance and beauty brand that draws upon the power of nature to provide a unique sensory experience. The brand prides itself in carefully sourcing, curating, and creating high-quality products to ensure that each one is vegan-friendly, clean, and cruelty-free. Their product range includes unisex Eau de parfums, luxurious home sprays, and handcrafted soy candles, all of which are of the highest quality.

Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign

Model wearing pink Ambitious sweater from Phenomenal

The Phenomenal Women Action Campaign, founded by Meena Harris in 2016, is an empowering movement that raises awareness for social causes and supports critical women's rights work. Through partnerships with celebrities and organizations, hosting events, and creating fashion that inspires and motivates women, the campaign has made a significant impact on women worldwide, promoting equality and amplifying women's voices. With over six years of active engagement, the campaign's legacy is a testament to its power and effectiveness.

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Realia by Jen

White bead bracelet from Realia by Jen

Jen Scheffler, the mastermind behind Realia by Jen, has always had an unwavering passion for fashion and photography. Her travels across the globe have not only allowed her to appreciate a range of art forms but also to discover beauty in every corner she visits. From these passions, she launched Realia by Jen in 2008.

As an artist, Jen's style is in a constant state of evolution. Her creations span from elegantly simple to a unique blend of fine metals and discovered objects. In her studio, she balances her imaginative inventiveness with pragmatic realism to craft jewelry pieces that will captivate wearers at first glance.

Ripley Rader

Model wearing pink Ripley Rader top and skirt

Ripley Rader is a Los Angeles-based fashion brand that was founded in 2012 by the talented designer Ripley Rader. The brand's versatile, timeless, and comfortable designs cater to women of all shapes and sizes, empowering them to feel confident in their own skin. Ripley Rader is committed to using eco-friendly fabrics and producing all garments locally in Los Angeles, while simultaneously giving back to the community through charitable donations, such as the non-profit leadership camp, Camp Rocky Road, which motivates and challenges young women.

With a loyal customer base and successful collaborations with other designers and brands, Ripley Rader has made a significant impact in the fashion industry. Moving forward, the brand will continue to stay true to its values of sustainability, inclusivity, and community involvement while creating stunning and sustainable designs.

TAH Bags

Model is holding white TAH Bags Doctor Bag

In 2015, Angelina Pereira founded TAH Bags in Portland, Oregon with the confidence of a former Nordstrom buyer and a true go-getter. Her busy lifestyle required a luxury bag that could keep up with her, but all the bags she found fell short of her high standards for quality, function, and style. With a clear vision of what a modern bag should be, Angelina designed a prototype of the signature shoe compartment and matching tote using cardboard. Today, TAH Bags are renowned for their enduring quality and sharp design, and they are sold in the Portland flagship store and over 31 boutiques across the US.

As a brand that is both woman and minority-owned, TAH Bags recognizes the importance of community in building the brand. The company is firmly committed to growing in a conscious way that supports fellow brands that share its values.

Studio Variously

Model wearing Studio Variously blanket

Studio Variously ethically sources high-quality natural yarns and eco-friendly dyes, using ancient artisanal techniques for weaving and dyeing. Their products include luxurious textiles such as throws, blankets, bedspreads, rugs, pillows, and scarves.

Anjali Purohit, the founder and creative director of Studio Variously, has 15+ years of design and fashion experience in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Anjali is extremely passionate about artisan-based businesses and ethical wages, and as a keynote speaker at the United Nations Artisans Summit in 2016, her expertise is highly respected. She has successfully identified the growing importance of ethically made, sustainable products and has been successfully forging unique artisan partnerships in India and Nepal since 2016. Her company is proud to empower women in ethical manufacturing supply chains, with 80% of the workforce being women. She also actively supports women artisans in interior and rural pockets of India and Nepal, further demonstrating her unwavering commitment to the cause.

"Women are the largest untapped reservoir of talent in the world." Hillary Clinton

At Queen Anna, we proudly support all of the women owned brands we carry in our store. Our entrepreneurs are empowered to take control of their economic futures and often prioritize sustainable and ethical production practices, as well as support for charities.

As we celebrate the last few days of Women's History Month, we encourage you to show your support for women owned brands by making purchases from any of these amazing companies. Your support will go a long way in advancing the progress and success of these businesses.

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