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Cuffs for a Cause: The ‘Chinoiserie Chic’ Collection by Liza Hathaway Matthews

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The Chinoiserie Chic Collection by Liza Hathaway Matthews.

As Henri Matisse once wrote, “Creativity takes courage.”

Never has that been truer than in the modern commercial jewelry market, where companies mass produce focus-tested designs, trading more on off-brand cachet than artistic panache. For artisanal jewelers, finding a way to make individually handcrafted works stand out is a constant challenge to both creativity and the courage that fuels it. For Lema J Design and its signature cuff line, a powerful cause serves as inspiration for both.

‘Taken’ Pops Up at the Village of Cross Keys Kicking off a Sizzling Summer Sidewalk Sale

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Taken glass pitcherAfter curating 22 pop-up shops over the last three years, Vanessa Milio has debuted her unique art, bath items and home décor products at the Village of Cross Keys.

Green Spring Station’s Spring 2018 Must Haves

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Spring shopping is here. Check out all of this season’s Must Haves from Green Spring Station.

Event Pick: The grand opening for Homegrown Baltimore, a women-owned home-decorating collective

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A trio of women-owned Baltimore shops have joined forces in Harbor East with a unified store for all your plant, furniture and home-decorating needs. The pop-up shop, which sports the name Homegrown Baltimore, officially opens today on Aliceanna Street in Harbor East, bringing some made-in-Baltimore flavor to the luxury neighborhood.

20% Off everything at Wilson Lighting & Interiors – Sale ends tomorrow!

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Wilson Lighting & Interiors is celebrating spring starting April 23 with AT LEAST 20% off everything* in the store. Stop in to see the latest in lighting and interior decor from this local, family-owned shop and Towson landmark.  Hurry…sale ends May 5!

  • Excludes bulbs & glass.

Local women open new shop, Homegrown Baltimore, in Harbor East

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Homegrown Baltimore

Harbor East and Knits, Soy & Metal today announced that Homegrown Baltimore, a collection of Baltimore-based and women-owned small businesses, is now open in Harbor East. The pop-up shop, located at 830 Aliceanna Street in the former Amaryllis space, houses local artisans Knits, Soy & Metal, B.Willow, and Cedar & Cotton.

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