In celebration of International Women’s Day 2021, we’re hosting the Night Shift Virtual Women’s Market to support some of our favorite local makers, creators, and business owners! Learn more about each business below.
The Noted Team, now five women strong, hand pours their clean burning soy candles and non-toxic reed diffusers one at a time in their South Boston studio. Their products are lovingly crafted based on their core values: clean ingredients, sustainable manufacturing practices, unique nature inspired fragrances, and a simple design aesthetic.
Emily is a wedding & elopement photographer based in Massachusetts, and often travels all over the Northeast. She specializes in adventure elopements and nontraditional weddings for the couples who want to do something a little different for their day. Her passion lies within documenting lasting memories that will forever create a feeling of nostalgia.
We Thieves is a woman-owned and operated creative and conscious fashion and lifestyle boutique located in the eclectic and small business haven of Inman Square in Cambridge, MA. Expect to find a solid collection of vintage pieces that have been carefully hand-selected for quality, wearability, and collectibility alongside emerging, forward-thinking brands and designers.
Just Rosy began as one woman’s project to create unique, delicate, natural-looking jewelry that could withstand everyday wear. Rose launched Just Rosy with an initial jewelry collection that featured simple geometric shapes and thin, delicate wire design. In a whirlwind of markets, jewelry school, midnight studio sessions and many mistakes, Just Rosy has evolved + expanded, now with a wider variety of art to offer to the world!
Ostara Birthwork + Botanicals was born from the belief that we all deserve options and support in the choices we make about our bodies and health. Michaela created Ostara to offer this through herbal care, doula services and placenta encapsulation. Whether nourishing you with plant medicine or supporting you in labor, care through Ostara connects us to the incredible ways our bodies and the earth can grow + heal, through all stages of life and especially our reproductive health experiences.
maca boston was created in 2016 by owner and baker, Tamy Chung, out of her desperation to find a macaron that wasn’t just filled with sugar but inventive and flavorful. maca boston’s first brick and mortar store opened at Bow Market in June 2018 where flavors changed daily pre-pandemic. Now, during COVID-19 we still rotate flavors on a weekly basis based on seasonality, requests and inspiration, and create a Theme Box almost on a monthly basis.
Miranda Bassett is the owner and ceramic artist of NightShift Stoneware located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. She is a mother first, and a registered nurse by profession, but has always loved to use her hands and create. Today she strives to create functional pieces that enhance everyday experiences and prefers simple designs and finishes that embrace both the raw clay and subtle texture.
wildfolk is an art studio based in Somerville, specializing in flower compositions and art direction. Founded in 2013, by Caroline O’Donnell, with the notion of sharing flowers as art. Captivated by nature’s inherent beauty, she’s often observing movement and reaching out to feel the infinite textures of flora and foliage in different environments; studying every layer and color variation.
All She Wrote Books is an intersectional, inclusive feminist and queer bookstore that supports, celebrates, and amplifies underrepresented voices through our thoughtfully curated selection of books spanning across all genres. All She Wrote was born from founder Christina Pascucci Ciampa’s desire to see books by women and other traditionally oppressed groups front and center instead of sequestered to a single shelf.
Kara Canole, creator, has been a Boston native all her life. She is an Integrated Producer by day, but painting has always been a constant in her life. What started as an old jean jacket in her room, quickly became creating personal denim jackets for brides to be, sports fanatics, and even tiny rockstars. Kara loves to bring her customers ideas to life by adding little details hidden throughout the jackets, like their dogs name, or a sweet note from family. She hopes to create denim jackets that hold special memories that are also fun to wear.
StephieChic was created in a 600 square foot apartment in the heart of the North End, stringing together gemstone beads to design bracelets for friends and family. Fast forward to 2021, we’ve expanded beyond handmade jewelry into curated pieces, handbags, hair accessories, and more. Each and every piece you see brings me such excitement and joy – as I hope it does the same for you! You can find everything on stephiechic.com or find us popping up at local businesses in and around the Boston area.
Cheese On Wheels was founded by two childhood friends who wanted to bring some happiness to those stuck at home during the pandemic. Located in Woburn, Cheese On Wheels specializes in charcuterie arrangements, charcuterie boards, and grazing tables that are designed to elevate your next social gathering. Michalene and Caitlin have been delivering custom orders across the north shore since June 2020.
Tyed With Love’s founder, Lindsay, never imagined that tie dye would bring her back into the workforce. During Lindsay’s time off from advertising she found herself one day, with her son at a friend’s 5th birthday party, tie dying. Vivid images of that summer in 1993 where Lindsay tie dyed her first shirt flooded her mind and she knew she needed to find a way to bring tie dye back into her life. Lindsay bought a small kit and began creating. Before she knew it, her small hobby grew into what you now see before you today as Tyed with Love.