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Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

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Hey Creators!

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Show your support now (and always) by spreading awareness and linking to these Asian-owned brands & products!

Dagne Dover (also available at Shopbop, Nordstrom)
Dagne Dover creates problem-solving bags for all the problem-solving humans out there. Bags that keep up, stay organized, and look good doing it.

Altuzarra is a luxury women’s ready-to-wear and accessories brand built upon the guideposts of sensuality, folkloric inspiration and Joseph’s Gallic heritage.

Baggu (available at Urban Outfitters, Shopbop, Nordstrom)
These shopping totes make otherwise anticlimactic runs to the store more enjoyable. And from florals to checkers, smiley faces, and more, there’s a style for everyone.

Song of Style (available at Revolve)
Founded by Aimee Song, this fashion forward brand is next level chic and offers so many must-have staples. 

JW PEI (available at Amazon)
Known for the Gabbi bag, JW PEI makes accessorizing both affordable and vegan-friendly.

BONBONWHIMS (available at Urban Outfitters, Revolve)
Founded by Clare Ngai, who immigrated to the U.S. from Hong Kong, this brand’s chunky Y2K-inspired jewelry and accessories are nostalgic at its best.

A ritual-based beauty brand with the most eye-catching packaging, Selfmade  has been featured in Vogue, Glamour, Forbes and more. 

Laneige (available at Sephora)
A luxury South Korean cosmetics brand launched by Amore Pacific in 1994.The brand’s flagship products include its Water Bank skin care line, Water Sleeping Mask, BB Cushion foundation and two-tone lipsticks.

Founded by Vicky Tsai, a Taiwanese-American who struggled with dermatitis, Tatcha Beauty strives to create harmony between skin and the soul.. Fun fact: Its  formulas are all crafted in Tokyo with superfoods like green tea and rice.

Tower 28 (available at Revolve, Sephora)
From their award winning Luminous Tinted Balm to full coverage foundation and lip jelly, this clean beauty brand’s commitment to great skin has it a spot in countless makeup routines.

Cocokind (available at Ulta Beauty)
This brand is so focused on delivering personalized beauty experiences that it has created a quiz customers can take to build their own skin routines. Specialities include products and kits for brightening purposes, acne, hydration, and more, complete with step-by-step guides to applying.

Hero Cosmetics (available at Target, Ulta Beauty, Anthropologie)
Based on the mantra,  “Revealing the Hero Within”, this brand specializes in so much more than its (beloved) acne-fighting mighty patches, including 30+ products geared towards rosacea, dark spots, and more.

Our Place
Maker of the famous Always Pan and Perfect Pot, plus so many other dinnerware and kitchen essentials that can do it all.

For co-founders Eunice and Dave, cooking for and eating with family has carried their Korean and Vietnamese traditions across oceans and into their homes. They started MaterialKitchen to provide beautiful kitchenware that embraces this sense of community.

Blueland (available at The Container Store)
This household cleaning brand allows its shoppers to buy once and refill forever, supporting its mission to create a cleaner planet for all. Blueland has even helped eliminate over 1 billion plastic bottles from landfills and oceans.

SIN (available at Lulu & Georgia)
From ceramic kitchen essentials and lighting fixtures to hooks and hardware, the abstract decor from this brand sets a calming vibe for any space – including the ultra-luxe Manhattan restaurant Eleven Madison Park (they serve on her porcelain paper plates). 

Yamazaki Home (available at Wayfair, Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue)
From organization to storage to kitchen essentials, every piece from this Japanese brandis designed to tidy and perfect the smallest of home spaces. 

Fly by Jing
Widely known for its savory, hot, and tingly Sichuan Chili Crisp, this Asian-owned brand’s hot sauce, seasonings, dumplings, oils, and much more will spice up any dish it meets.

Sourced only from family-run California farms, Brightland makes authentic olive oils and vinegars (in stunning packaging!) that are never rotten, overprocessed, or fraudulent. 

Cocofloss (available at Amazon, Anthropologie, Verishop, Bloomingdale’s, Free People)
This dental hygiene brand takes self-care to the next level. Not only is its floss crafted with safe ingredients –  it comes in a range of fun flavors, like vanilla bean, strawberry, orange, and more (and in the cutest packaging, at that).