Artist Bios


Aaron Probyn is a highly acclaimed English designer known for his exceptional work in furniture and product design. He was born and raised in London, where he studied product design at Kingston University. After graduating, he worked for several well-known design studios, including Tom Dixon and Habitat, before setting up his own studio in 2007. Probyn's work is characterized by clean lines, functional forms, and a deep understanding of materials. His designs have been featured in numerous exhibitions and have won several awards, including the Design Guild Mark and the Elle Decoration International Design Award. Probyn continues to create innovative and inspiring designs that are both aesthetically pleasing and practical.


Since 2004 An & Angel has been creating elegant bowls and vases of the highest quality.  A brand of innovative and functional tableware, they use state-of-the-art methods to create “luxury in the shape of a bowl.” Artis Nimanis devoted years of experimentation in his Latvian studio developing an innovative and exclusive method for combining glass and metal. His technique is a treatment of the material in a high vacuum environment where the metal is transformed into a fog and allowed to naturally settle on the glass surface, and as a final stage is burned in with plasma rays.

Winner of Red Dot’s Design Award, the Deco collection has been  praised for its innovative glass coating technique. Purchased by high-end hotels,  it is a must for the sophisticated home. 

Andina is the shared vision of Caroline Elizondo, Catalina Elizondo and Celeste Bustelo.  The core of Andina’s design aesthetic is their shared admiration for natural textiles, all things handmade and a distinct Argentinian style. Currently, the women of Northern Argentina continue to craft in techniques used by their ancestral culture. Each piece that they make is unique, weaving ties with an original culture, which brings us a legacy of respect for nature. Keeping these cultures alive, giving them value and promoting them is one of the objectives we have at ANDINA.


Antonia Rossi (left) and Valerie Donati (right), the creative forces behind Antomoon, met three years ago in Bologna, Italy. Antomoon is the intersection of France and Italy, two cultures woven together.  Each piece is unique, based on the choice of material. Embroidery, weaving, and beading techniques are overlapped to rediscover and capture the past through their jewelry pieces.  Using semi-precious stones and antique glass beads from Venetian warehouses, garments are unstitched, necklaces are disassembled and new embroidered jewelry pieces are created.  The amulet and talisman are thematically represented, preserving the magic of good luck charms and mysticism. Antomoon makes use of all materials, thread, fabric and beads to create one-of-a-kind details which cannot be reproduced.

Anne Donze and Vincent Chagnon are the artistic team behind Anvi Glass Studio.  Hailing from France, Anne Donze studied at the National School of Applied Arts of Barcelona and learned the art of glass sculpture at the Cerfav in Lorraine. Vincent Chagnon is a Canadian born artist who studied at the Espace Verre School in Montreal. Together they work in Lancrans, France, creating glass sculptures that tell stories. The major theme of their work is the notion of confinement as well as privacy.  Their paths converged in Montreal in 2010 and they have been creating and exhibiting ever since.    


BILLYBELT was founded by two French brothers, both passionate about creating an elegant men’s wardrobe and accessories collection which is timeless and of the finest quality. With an eye for the classic, and a reverence for history, they set about creating a sophisticated, casual collection for the modern man. Focusing on paired down, minimal design, the brothers’ unique flair for finding and combining fabrics and pattern is what sets BILLYBELT apart.


 Bongusta was founded in 2021. It is a family run Danish company, situated in Ebeltoft, where the water in the bay is as blue as the sky. Bongusta creates colorful quality design for the fashionista and the home decor aficionado.  Founded as a crossover between fashion and interior, it is known for its use of vivid colors, soft hues, quality materials and quirky motifs. All designs are carried out in close collaboration with skilled Indian artisans to emphasize personal style, to adorn your home and, simply, to make you smile.


Based in Marbella, southern Spain, Casa Natura is a family run business focusing on vintage industrial style fashion and home accessories. Established in 1992, by Suzy and Simon Pearson, an ex Corporate IT professional and ex-Paralympian respectively,  the two combined their passion for travel with their interest in production. Using their own design logos, they showcase the locations of the world. The Pearsons consciously work with small suppliers and village artisans - communities rich in culture and tradition. Many focus their attention on recycled material , and sustainable natural resources, an issue of primary importance for the brand.

COUSU DE FIL BLANC is a French artisanal soap company reimagining the everyday ritual of washing. Inspired by founder Carole Dichampt's background in textiles and aromatherapy, and her passion for nature, their natural soap bars combine vegetable oils and botanicals to give a purifying experience that is kind to both your body, and the environment. Exploring rituals of beauty, each soap is encased in elegant printed papers and finished with hand-stitched threads, adding a touch of TLC to your daily routine.


Dudubags is an Italian leather bag and accessories brand that combines tradition and experience.  It is the story of a family business that began in the artisan workshops of Florence.  In the heart of the Italian leather manufacturing industry, Biagio Addario learned the art and secrets of leather working.  In 1992, his children Enrica and Paolo turned this craft into a refined collection that marries traditional leather work technique with modern sensibility.


Handmade ceramics from Portugal with an unusual name! Egg Back Home was born in 2019 out of a dream of reconnecting with “the self.” An Egg is the symbol of life translating loosely to the idea of birth and home. “Back Home” is the journey, the reunion with self and the reminder of where we come from. It is unique to all of us. Creator and Founder Tami Pizzetti used these very personal ideas to energize and give life to her brand. Egg Back Home is for all those who find happiness in the small memories of life…a slower breakfast, an at- home party in the company of those we love.


Olena Kovalchuk created her first bag to wear to a friend’s wedding.  She received so much attention for it that a spark was ignited. The name Evolve clearly delineates the company’s objective- to evolve fashion and personal style.  Olena and her team create textiles and leather goods from high quality, luxury materials. They buy stock leathers from Italy, fully using all materials and eliminating waste.  Their textiles are made of water-resistant, dense fabrics of natural composition. Evolve’s craftswomen hand-embroider Japanese and Swarovski stones and other special embellishments that give these bags an elevated design quality.


This homeware and lifestyle label from Melbourne, Australia, was founded in 2017. Fusing functionality with sculptural design, each piece in the collection draws inspiration from the hard and soft lines of modern architecture and the natural world around us. Fazeek glassware will enhance your space with a modern reimagining of everyday essentials. Fazeek… because life is too short to be boring.


Flamingo Eyewear’s vision goes beyond being recognized worldwide as a brand of sunglasses. Their vision is to accessorize with creativity, innovation and identity.  In their Madrid headquarters Flamingo sunglasses take flight. From sketching new frames, designing new collections, photography and social media campaigns, everything happens on site. Globally aware and responsible, they make it their mission to create a better world by financially supporting Save the Children and YNon Plastic Mission.  Flamingo Eyewear is nonconformist, responsible, and artistic– a fashion trifecta. 


Fundamental.Berlin was founded by Gunnar Rönsch and Stephen K Molloy who met while studying architecture at the Universität der Künste in Berlin. In 2011, they began producing furniture and home accents and their design studio was born. They are driven by their fascination with the mathematics of nature, looking at the patterns, forms and phenomenon that occur in the natural world. Having worked in London, Berlin and Los Angeles, they use their global influence to experiment with natural materials such as European oak, Douglas Fir, and pure sheet metals.





Founded in 2021 by a husband and wife team from Germany, Hey Lenochka Berlin relishes everything candle. Driven by a personal love of the warm glow of candlelight, they work to perfect the art of handmade candles by offering beautiful, artisanal tapers, pillars and birthday cake candles. Through shape, color, and packaging Hey Lenochka Berlin elevates the world of candlelight in a fun, flirty way. Even the company name is taken from their loving pet names for one another.


Hubsch was founded in 2010 by Flemming Hussak, Jannie Kruger and Daniel Henriksen.  With a keen focus on fine design and a passion for interiors, the trio built a remarkable design company which has become one of Scandinavia's leading home interior brands. Hubsch combines effortless Scandi style, with the finest materials and quality… and their own special ingredient - HAPPINESS. In the words of its fabulous founders, Hubsch is “where happiness lives.” 


Jamida (pronounced Ya-mee-da) was established in 2014 by Joakim Sohlberg on the picturesque Swedish island of Öland. With years of experience working in the Scandinavian homeware industry, Joakim set out to create beautiful and practical products using top quality materials. Asta Barrington, designer of the word tray collection, lives and works in Bath, southwest of England. A graduate of London’s prestigious Royal College of Art, Asta creates patterns for interior products.


Founded in 2014 and based out of Hong Kong,  KLASSE14 was born in the image of contradiction. The brand is intended to be impactful and purposeful with watches and jewelry that are intricately crafted to be unassuming, yet extraordinary.  Inspired by the beauty of paradox, Klasse 14 encourages anyone to dare and express their true, complex selves. It is forward fashion that is out of the box, and unconventional… KLASSE14 – for the #OrdinarilyUnique.


Established in 2019, in Roanne, France, L’effet Papillon aims to offer reasonable, quality, and modern household linens. Created with clean production in mind, L’effet Papillon’s partnerships with factories around the world and certified Oeko-tex, focus on ecology. In order to minimize our impact on the environment, by limiting the use of plastic and by promoting sustainable and reusable packaging, the majority of items have simple packaging, made of kraft, 100% recycled and recyclable.


LINDASIETO is a contemporary bag label founded in Budapest in 2010. After studies at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest, and Danmarks Designskole, Copenhagen, Linda decided to establish her own bag label. Known for its signature slashed clutches and layered, structured shoulder bags, each piece is carefully made by skilled local artisans using high quality Italian leathers or innovative and plant-based alternative materials. LINDASIETO designs strive to juxtapose the delicate with the raw, representing the simultaneous presence of conflicting ideas and inspired by human traits. Her collections have been featured in magazines like Collezioni Accessori, ELLE Hungary, Marie Claire Hungary, Design-Milk, WeAr Magazine, Collezioni Russia, ELLE India,  


Founded in 2017, in Quebec, Lithologie founders Stéphane Gagnon and Kim Deland, manufacture and sell whiskey stones they cut straight from the rocks of Canada’s natural landscapes. Gagnon, a geologist by training, and Deland, a designer and entrepreneur, make the perfect team. Their magnificent little cubes have the property, once cooled, of keeping alcohol fresh without diluting it. Their company was born out of the hopes of bringing Canada’s geological heritage to the masses.  Featured in such publications as Elle and Marie Claire, this up-and-coming design house is not to be missed.


Born in Mexico, Laila Valenzuela is a chef de cuisine by training. Four years ago, driven by her creative energy and natural flair for art and design she pivoted into the exciting world of interiors, where she enjoyed a fulfilling and successful career. As her signature “piece de resistance”, Laila would create and place a Lollipop objet in each home she worked on. The response was overwhelmingly positive. Seeing this Laila, and her husband, Guillermo, pivoted once again. They are now exclusively focused on their art, creating masterful candy-inspired sculptures that enliven any home with color, humor, and of course, nostalgia.


Armenian knitwear designer Inga Manukyan and her sister Elen founded LOOM Weaving in 2014.  By combining traditional Armenian knitting techniques with contemporary fashion trends, LOOM’s beautifully designed knitwear is bold, stylish and fashion-forward. Using a  mixture of intarsia natural yarns, LOOM Weaving is committed to sustainability and ethical practices. Inspiration comes from centuries old rug weaving techniques. This handmade, artisanal collection highlights vibrant colors, crafty patchwork, crochet, braids and macrame details. 


As a lover of all art forms, Maria La Rosa, based in Milan, began her fashion career up-cycling old sweaters. A family business, collections continue to expand to loom weaving, knitting, macrame, crochet and embroidery.  Each piece is worked on by hand with slow, deliberate craftsmanship. Maria La Rosa’s creations have been showcased by famous ateliers, including Moschino, Trussardi, Donna Karan, Proenza Schouler, Vera Wang, Luisa Beccaria, Alviero Martini, Blumarine, Betty Jackson, Alexander Wang, Mulberry, Col Angelo, Halston, Tibi and Louis Vuitton. Frequently published in International fashion magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire and Vanity Fair, her pieces are coveted by celebrities and princesses alike. 


Millisimo was founded in 2013, in London and represents the fusion of metropolitan London and a love of luxury Italian leather handbags. At Millisimo our passion is to design and create versatile, long-lasting and fashionable handbags and accessories for both men and women. 

Jean-Baptiste Michel created Miravidi Bijoux in 2000. Using his interiors and architectural background, Michel chooses clean design and contemporary lines in his works.  “Miravidi” loosely translated from the Latin, means wonderment. Michel uses resin glass, polycarbonate, and Swarovski crystals to show transparency and the movement of light in his modern design.  Miravidi has boutiques in Paris, Biarritz and Antibes.  His pieces have been featured in a myriad of design publications including Elle, Cosmopolitan, and Femme Actuelle.  His designs have been worn on celebrities, royalty and heads of state.


NIMA was founded by siblings, Theodata and Yorgos. Based in Xanthi, Greece, the duo grew up surrounded by their grandmother’s threads, ropes, needles and hand-knit goods. With a fine appreciation for the past and an eye toward the future, Theodata and Yorgos create pieces that are inspired by the natural landscape around them.  They work out of their home studio weaving, wrapping, and crocheting with the highest quality thread and rope. NIMA strives to deliver design aesthetics that are unique to each piece they lovingly create. 


Founded in 2013, Peper Harow is a British brand producing the highest quality socks and other luxury gifts. Turning fashion accessories into fashion necessities, their socks are made from the finest cotton. Their designs are unique, colorful and the perfect compliment to the lifestyle of the modern man. All socks are created using state-of-the-art knitting technologies.  All yarns are specially dyed to provide unique hues bespoke to the brand. Their name, Peper Harow, comes from a Parish of the same name in Surrey which boasts a cricket heritage dating back to 1727. These deep British roots inspire their design and creative identity.  

Perle d’Arte
is an artisanal glass and crystal workshop located in the Province of Treviso in the Italian region of Veneto, which is located 25 kilometers Northeast of Venice. Specializing in the ancient tradition of Murano glass blowing and decorating, Perle d’Arte creates masterful stemware, vases and bowls which are expertly molded, cut, and hand painted. Their functional works of art are meant to be used and enjoyed for generations to come.

PINK STORIES is the creative brainchild of husband and wife Dominikus and Diana Brettner. It was conceived in 2017 while on a family vacation through South America. Totally in love with color, Diana and Dominikus design and make their dip dye candles using neon touches. All of their products use sustainable materials and are regionally sourced in the beautiful foothills of the Bavarian Alps. 


Heather Rowe hails from California and began creating resin art two years ago. As a painter and creator of other forms of art, she began to express herself through the use of color resin.  Each resin pill is custom made and no two are exactly alike.  Her use of gradient colors, glitter and designs within allow for unique pieces tailored to her clients. Her “happy pills” are intended to make us smile!


Since 2015, ReHats Berlin has been making the most sustainable, stylish hats in the world. Using their love of shapes and materials, Stani and Stefan create hats that tell stories. From reused to misused, everything is upcycled to create collections from jute, coffee bags, processed workwear or textile remnants. They work with a professional 3rd generation hat manufacturer in Poland to produce the highest caliber headwear.  Every hat is unique and made with the best milliner quality to deliver that statement look. And, they give back. ReHats Berlin plants three trees for each hat sold!


Roberta Gandolfi and her family started her Bologna-based company in 1995. After WWII, her grandfather learned the craft of making bags, passing it down the family lineage. The brand is committed to fashion bags for the modern refined woman. Simple and comfortable, Roberta Gandolfi bags have a universal elegance, sense of style and femininity. Leather, fabrics and other materials are carefully selected to make bags and accessories that compliment international fashion trends.


The Roussin brand was created in 2014. Since 2016, Roussin has been a permanent resident of Ukrainian Fashion Week. Creative Director and Co-owner, Sofiia Rusynovych is driven by sustainable fashion materials and employs a no-waste technology to create her pieces.  Using painting, dyeing and other techniques, she is able to use every fabric remnant. Each collection is characterized by innovation, and the use of reflective elements for the road invoking a street/sporty look.

Founded in 2017 in the Alsace area, Saponisphere is a French artisanal soap factory. This boutique company manufactures and markets organic and vegan cold process soaps, solid shampoos and body butters. Using the ancestral method of cold saponification, par excellence, they offer the highest quality products rich in glycerin providing intense softening, purifying and moisturizing to the skin. Saponisphere offers an exclusive design making it beneficial and beautiful.


German designer Silke Braun founded the Smitten brand in 2017. Smitten stands for handmade ethnic fashion accessories from around the world. In conjunction with crafters and artisans in Peru, she produces beautiful belts and accessories with an eye for detail and a love of color. Whether colorful floral motifs, graphic patterns, embroidery with sequins and decorative stones, or a casual mix of ethnic patterns — the handicrafts are passed on from generation to generation in the artisan groups and all creative collaboration is done on site.


REFILL AND CREATE CHANGE! Soulbottles is a committed, socially conscious company that puts its money where its mouth is. Produced fairly, sustainably and climate-neutrally, and printed or engraved with motifs by international artists, the soulbottle helps to save plastic on a daily basis. Propelled by the desire to provide safe, drinking water to communities around the globe facing extreme draught and water shortages, Soulbottles has donated over one million euros and helped over 90,000 people.

Julia Atlas began her career as an architect but committed to her art full-time in 2017.  From Cape Town, South Africa, Julia combines her Turkish and African heritage in her art.  Her “Study of Peace Collection”, featured here, takes the shape of objet d’art using rare and artful, antique beads from West Africa. Her materials are one-of-a-kind finds and each piece is unique. Julia’s work has been featured in galleries in Paris and New York. 


Sylvain Le Hen’s rise to fame as an artistic hair stylist began in the late 1990’s. His amazing talent was soon seen on the world’s runways for the likes of Dior, Chanel, Gaultier and Hermes. In 2003, he launched his hair accessories label. With comfort, sophistication, elegance and fine materials at the core, his collection of high-end barrettes and hair pins offer comfort, versatility and ease of wear. This collection is truly jewelry for the hair.


Tassyl was founded in 2018 by Denise Varkel when she decided to turn a lifelong passion into a business. Custom pieces made for friends and family began attracting attention and the brand was officially launched. Tassyl is the personification of the love Denise has for her work and the time, quality and detail that goes into every handmade piece.  Her company mantra is “get your stack on.  And remember, as in life, it all starts with one bead…”


THORNcph is a company owned and operated by women, and dedicated to the design and production of high quality, sustainable unisex luxury items, while empowering women in developing countries. The company’s founder, Camilla Thorn, was raised to make a difference in this world. Her mother traveled as a nurse with The International Red Cross, inspiring her to combine her love of fashion design and creativity, with her education in supply chain management. Her exquisitely luxe and beautiful beanies are made from the residual fibers that are produced from pure cashmere manufacturing processes in Kathmandu, where local knitters are employed. Camilla is dedicated to working with small workshops, where the women employees are trained, and given tuition for schooling, home based work, flexible hours and health benefits. 


Over two billion plastic razors are disposed of every year in the United States alone. Well Kept Vancouver was founded to help remedy that statistic. Launched with a single brass safety razor, over time, they have grown to offer a holistic range of essentials that elevate the day-to-day, turning routine into ritual. These essentials are simple, beautiful, and designed to create time and space when used. They’re high-quality, long-lasting, and made with as little impact on the earth as possible.


WXY. was created by Rebecca Daniel.  With over 17 years of experience in the home fragrance industry, Rebecca desired to make a cleaner, better and fairer product range. All WXY. products are made in the UK using 100% plant based wax, luxury fragrances and recyclable and reusable materials. They pride themselves on cultivated relationships with amazing pourers, perfumers and wick makers which allow them to produce a high quality, fairly priced, ethical and sustainable range of home scents. WXY. donates 3% of profits with every product sold to charity. Based in the rural county of Cheshire, almost all of the working ingredients and materials come from within a 30 mile radius. The small team is inspired by minimalist design, architecture, enduring style and simple living. Since launching in early 2019, WXY. has grown in popularity making it an emerging leader in the market.