The holiday countdown has begun, you made a list, you checked it twice, but maybe you just haven't had time to purchase your loved one's gifts. This is supposed to be the jolliest time of year, so take a deep breath, we have you covered.
Every year, Ogee creates a gift guide, highlighting some of the brands that we can't stop buzzing about. This year we wanted to feature brands that we had a personal connection with, either we are long-time supporters, or we know the makers personally. These companies are rooted in craftsmanship, luxury, and sustainability, it is at the very core of their existence, aligning with Ogee's brand values. They are do-gooders in their space and remind us that it takes patience to create exceptional work - a motto we should all live by in the new year.
These products will make the receiver feel good, not only because of their obvious beauty but because they are consciously made with love. Your loved ones deserve the best, so gift them the best, and don't be afraid to spoil yourself in the process, because you also deserve the very best.
Ogee's Organic Tinted Lip Oil Gift Sets include four full-sized, moisturizing, tinted lip balms that will enhance beauty with a floral-inspired flawless finish.
Born along the rugged coasts of California 28 years ago, Coyuchi is forever inspired by the calming presence of beaches, bluffs, and ocean breezes. Our relaxed coastal aesthetic pulls subtle colors from the sea and mimics the nuanced textures and patterns of nature. From organically grown fiber and GOTS-certified manufacturing to the latest water-recycling methods and circular business practices, we are committed to creating the highest quality linens in the most innovative and environmentally sustainable ways.
At Farmhouse Pottery, we are old-world potters with simple tools and strong beliefs in process and authenticity. We believe the farmers, craftsmen, and makers are the core of our communities, and that farm-to-table isn't a foodie trend, but rather the rediscovery of a more sustainable lifestyle and value system. Through our craft and in our daily lives, we're reconnecting others to this lifestyle and defining its place in the modern-day. We are America's studio pottery and this is our American dream.
Lowercase is a premium eyewear brand built out of a love for craftsmanship and design. Every frame is manufactured in small batches by a team of craftsmen in Brooklyn. We use only the best materials, sourcing our cotton based acetates from Japan and Italy and using only Carl Zeiss sunglass lenses. We believe the best products are made when there’s an intimate knowledge of the process that makes them and strive for sustainability by designing products that stand the test of time while manufacturing them with the smallest footprint possible.
Alicia Adams Alpaca Inc. is a family business which specializes in the design and production of textiles and clothing utilizing the natural and sustainable characteristics of one of the rarest and most luxurious materials – alpaca wool.
Luce Farm Wellness is a diverse, organic production farm crafting hemp-infused wellness products. Luce grows, harvests and processes all of their sun-grown, certified organic hemp in Vermont, resulting in a high-quality full-spectrum hemp extract - the star ingredient in all of their small-batch products.
Satomi Kawakita is a Japanese fine jewelry designer and maker based in New York City. At Satomi Kawakita Jewelry, a woman-owned and woman-run business established in 2008, each piece is handcrafted from start to finish in New York, to create a timeless, ethically sourcedwork of art that recalls the delicate and organic inspirations from Satomi's Japanese heritage. With pieces for every occasion, we hope our labors of love become your heirlooms of tomorrow.
Andrew Pearce's handmade wooden salad bowls, plates, and wood cutting boards are made to use, to give, and to treasure. Made in Vermont with locally sourced wood.
Orlando Palacios is the artist, master craftsman and the proprietor behind the storied NY brand Worth & Worth. Founded in 1922, Worth & Worth is one of three remaining custom hat makers in the United States. A boutique operation that purveys a curated selection of fine headwear, as well as bespoke creator of tailored tops and restorer of archival fashions. Above all, Palacios is an artist with a truly unusual range of expression. Whether it’s topcoats and menswear or sculpture and installation, all reflect a prodigious and deeply personal passion for artwork based on the human form.