Celebrate Women's History Month With These Female-Run Brands

Have you ever fallen down a shopping rabbit hole? You know, when one awesome brand leads you to another with a similar aesthetic, and then another, and then another? That's basically what happens when we shop on Tictail. Every two weeks, we'll be teaming up with the site — which makes it easy to discover emerging brands from around the world — to unearth a selection of labels you probably don't know about, but definitely should. Prepare to open a LOT of browser tabs.

Did you know that in 2017, just 32 of the CEOs on the Fortune 500 list were women? In contrast to this, Tictail is home to thousands of female-run businesses worldwide — that’s thousands of trailblazing, rule-breaking, risk-taking women leading the charge.

This year, for Women’s History Month, Tictail is highlighting its own list by sharing the story of one female-founded brand each day. You can take a look at the full lineup here, or click through for some of our favorite female-made products from these amazing women ahead. Shop now through the end of March and receive 15% off a single purchase from one of these 31 brands, using the code WCH15. There's really no reason not to.

Combining tomboyishness with a sense of bold femininity, Kristen Gonzalez and Sam Romero’s sustainable LA label “aims to set zero limits to what women can achieve.”
Selva Negra Catalina Pant Tomato, $325.00 $119.00, Buy
Marie-Eve Proulx and Yana Gorbulsky's sustainable Montreal label turns out clothing so comfortable it feels like pajamas (“odeyalo” means “blanket” in Russian).
Odeyalo Clothing Camelia Top, $86.00 Buy
Launched in 2015, Jenny Wang's groundbreaking label Petite Studio turns out sophisticated pieces made by and for petite women, with inspiration taken directly from the stylish streets of New York.
Petite Studio Ixia Knit Tank, $79.00 Buy
Based in Tel Aviv, designer Shani Lax offers up "bold and unapologetic" shoes that are "characterized by clear lines and sharp silhouettes."
Lax Shoes Big Buck Slides, $257.00 $145.00, Buy
Cindy Hsu Zell brings a background in sculpture and animation to a stunning line of handmade jewelry that's inspired by "a part of my identity that I’m sometimes too shy to share."
WKNDLA Wavy Bracelet, $60.00 Buy
From paintings to pocket squares, everything Venezuelan artist Aniella Matejovsky touches teems with energy, vitality, and color.
El Museo Helen Bandana, $75.00 Buy
Samantha Giordano's New York-based label Dolores Haze is driven by a passion for ethical production, enacting political change, and supporting fellow women.
Dolores Haze It's All Good Bralette, $125.00 $89.00, Buy
These playful leather slides and slip-ons are designed to catch the eye, but sturdy enough to navigate the cobblestone streets of Paris.
Deuxieme Studios Monceau Coffee Bean, $267.00 Buy
Manchester-based Aliyah Hussain crafts colorful ceramic jewelry characterized by squiggles, loops, knots, and an abundance of humor and charm.
Aliyah Hussain Fan Earrings, $83.00 Buy
Designer Ale Bremer makes jewelry inspired both by where she’s been (she’s originally from the northern Mexican desert) and where she lives now (the ever-bustling New York City).
Ale Bremer Papel Picado Tall Hoop, $90.00 Buy
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