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Coming Soon: BATHEN
Dreaming of escaping the snow and frigid temps? Same. Need something bright and cheery to perk things up while waiting for the sun to reemerge? We've got you. We've been swooning over BATHEN's beautiful, vibrant robes since day one, and we're elated to announce they'll be arriving to The FIND imminently! BATHEN is a global brand, with a local connection. BATHEN's products are designed and consciously made in partnership with skilled artisans in Guatemala and India, with an emphasis on moving "away from mass-produced fashion toward a more ethical future." The trio of founders are spread across the United States, from...
Here for Heartell Press' Latest Collection
We're big fans of local artist Rachel Kroh and her Heartell Press line of letterpress printed greeting cards and art prints, made from hand-carved woodblocks. Her design style is inspired and the corresponding messages are beautiful, sentimental and heartfelt. When we heard she was breaking into the textile category with kitchen towels, we jumped right on board and placed an order for The FIND. While preparing to launch Heartell Press' Generous Kitchen Towels in store and online, we had a quick chat with Rachel herself about this wonderful new offering from her brand. What was your inspiration for this new...
The FIND Guide: Women Jewelry Makers
We're pleased to present this round up of some of our favorite women‑owned businesses: Fort Wayne jewelry maker edition. All brands can be found at The FIND, seen here on our fab local models from our latest photoshoot by the talented Ruth Yaro. Does it get more fun than OFabz? Olivia's pom pom earrings make a big statement and are oh‑so‑playful! It's impossible to be in a bad mood wearing OFabz. Cheyenne makes beautiful wall hangings, as well as gorgeous earrings, which we're happy to carry at The FIND! Each pair is like a little piece of art that you'll...
2020's Lessons in GratitudeHere we are at the close of 2020. It would be easy to kick the year to the curb and move forward towards hope for the end of the pandemic and a return to “normal.” That is actually my first instinct. But as the days get shorter and we celebrate the season with our own traditions, I want to pause and acknowledge all of the good that came from 2020.A short, incomplete list, of the things I am grateful for regarding The FIND: 1. My amazing, hardworking, flexible employees. They adapted, turned on a dime, and came up with...