The inspirations are drawn from the heritage of the (H)Mong people. Their journey, stories and love are reflected in each of our artisanal products. We are proud to continue their unique traditions and crafts and to reinterpret them for a contemporary audience. We believe that by remembering ones distinctive identity, one can truly understand and appreciate others. For this reason, we share our story with you in hopes that you will share yours with us.
A lifestyle brand built for a new consumer. We believe the fabrics that you wear and keep in your life should share your story and values - travel off the beaten path, authentic products, and ethical sourcing. Each of these qualities is woven into the Red Tribe’s unique aesthetic while harnessing the power of business to create sustainable social change.
cali & dana
We aspire to create products that promote and praise the female body.
Our first challenge was to create jeans for curvy petite women, especially those who are 5'3" or under. At Cali & Dana, we put comfort and fit first, so we’ve created the Ruthie jean that will hug your body just right, but still allow you to move to your full potential everyday comfortably…like running to catch a train or walking up five flights of stairs to get to your apartment.
Brushean utilizes a patent-pending design that features UV-C sterilization and Ozone technology that kills up to 99.9% of all bacteria and viruses.
Our custom-designed lift function and dust cover help to store brushes in a safe and clean environment.
Just lift up, slide in your brushes, press the button for a 5 minutes sanitizing session... and voila! Germ-free, dust-free brushes, ready to grace your skin.
My name is Yer. My love for home styling and decorating started back in 2012 when my husband and I purchase our first home. Throughout the years, my style would change from modern, to bohemian/vintage, and now farmhouse/mid-century. My obsession with home designing and styling grew into a passion.
A sister duo of fashion designers Mang and Shang Thao. Based in Northern California, they are fashion forward designers specializing in clothing and elaborate headpieces. Their love of Japanese street fashion and anime inspired them to create their own designs and accessories to sell in 2008.
Ms. Cha, a respected designer for varies Contemporary/Designer fashion labels for well over a decade. Whose clients include Bloomingdales, Lord & Taylor, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue and many worldwide boutiques. Ms. Cha's designs have been featured on TV shows and in various fashion magazines such as the New York Times, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Us Weekly, People, In Touch, Teen Vogue, Lucky, Glamour, Instyle, WWD, Star, Ok, Daily News, Redbook, Real Simple, E News, The Today Show, and more.
Ethnic people’s designs and
handicrafts have gone global.
What was historically created f
or individual consumption is
now massed produced. Often s
imply referred to as “tribal,”
there is little acknowledgment
to its roots or real benefits to artisan makers. RedGreen
Rivers aims to change that.