Freshly Picked

Colorful, fun suede and leather moccasins for babies and tots. All soft soled mocc's listed on their company website are USA made. New hard soled varieties (such as their sandals) and bags/backpacks as well as some of their collection for Nordstroms are ethically outsourced overseas.


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Devon’s Drawer

This mother and daughter run brand is based between Los Angeles, CA and Vancouver, BC. Their garments are manufactured in LA, while the business side is split between Canada and California. The matriarch, Cynthia Bennett has a background in costume and textile design. She made her children's clothing when they were growing up; and after her daughter Meera had kids of her own they were inspired to start Devon's Drawer together. Cynthia handles the production side; sewing the samples and many of the smaller run pieces in her home studio (additional garments are outsourced to a local factory in downtown LA). Their fabrics are ethically sourced (domestically and overseas) and they try to use sustainably options whenever possible. Pictured above is the Lola Dress in Chambray. Devon’s Drawer recently started adding women’s to their collection, including several tops and bottoms.

Los Angeles, CA

Instagram @devonsdrawer


Kid and planet safe art supplies, including paints, drawing supplies, eco-dough and non-toxic Easter egg dye. The eco-dough is a favorite around here, an ultra safe version of play-doh. The company first launched this product at the Hollywood farmers market in 2008 and has since branched out to include a whole line of fun stuff.

Los Angeles, CA

Instagram @ecokidsusa

Micaela Greg

This covetable knitwear line manufactures the majority of their pieces in the USA (their website notes origin) with the remainder being from fair trade factories in Peru. Woven pieces were recently added to their collection as well. 

Alameda, CA

Instagram @micaelagreg


Formally called Carly Megan, this slow fashion label makes stylish, functional clothing and accessories (socks are ethically made in Spain). They use fabric remnants (leftover fabric from larger fashion houses that might otherwise end up in landfills) and produce in small runs, further helping to reduce fashion waste.

Los Angeles, CA