Every season Rachel Zoe scours the fashion and beauty markets to find the best new pieces to include in her Box of Style. Shopping for classic, fashion-forward items, she prioritizes pieces from companies with female leaders. With women’s equality day right around the corner, there’s no better way for you too, to celebrate women than by supporting the companies they run.
After her one room facial studio turned into the spa empire Bliss, Marcia Kilgore sunk her entrepreneurial efforts into other projects like Soap&Glory, FitFlops, and now Beauty Pie. This membership based skin care destination offers high quality products at a fraction of the cost of what you can buy in stores.
Founded by Ana Schoenberg, B-Low the Belt has been a styling staple for celebrities and fashion insiders alike. The statement accessories are adorned with studs, grommets, and decorative buckles giving them the ultimate vintage look. They can be seen everywhere during festival season, but they’re year-round staples in our book.
Angela O’Brien is one half of the husband-wife duo behind Cleobella, a sustainable fashion company inspired by their travels around the world. Aside from raising their two children, she is constantly sourcing materials in Bali and working with the local artisans to create new, sustainable designs.The resort ready collection features breezy dresses, handbags, and shoes.
As if wine wasn’t good enough already, Mathilde Thomas and her husband started Caudalie, a skin care line harnessing the powerful antioxidant compounds found in our preferred evening beverage. Available first in a few French pharmacies, it is now on shelves and online in major beauty retailers around the world after gaining a cult following.
Two thirds of the team behind Ettika, Ettie and Natalie Rafaeli base their designs on their ‘laid-back luxe’ lifestyle. Stacked rings, layered necklaces, and whimsical charms are signatures of this California based company. Wear them separately for a bit of sparkle or mix them together to make a bolder statement.