Lauren Conrad’s The Little Market Is Now Selling Artisan Goods on Amazon Handmade

Kelly Allen
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Photo credit: The Little Market/Amazon
Photo credit: The Little Market/Amazon

From House Beautiful

The nonprofit organization the Little Market–run by Lauren Conrad and Hannah Skvarla–is now offering artisan goods made by women from all across the world on Amazon Handmade.

The Little Market is dedicated to the economic empowerment of women worldwide, so it’s only fitting that the products it’s selling on Amazon are handmade by six artisan groups they work with throughout Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Philippines, Rwanda, the United States, and India. According to the storefront page, “every purchase supports dignified income opportunities and essential resources for underserved artisan groups and social enterprises around the world.”

Photo credit: The Little Market/Amazon
Photo credit: The Little Market/Amazon

The products feature everything from candles and towels to tote bags and jewelry. The prices range from $14 for a burlap wine tote bag to $60 for a pink and white striped fringe beach towel. And while the collab only recently launched, the items are already going fast with some only having a few left in stock. You know the drill: Buy now, and thank yourself later!

On the storefront landing page, you can read about each group of makers. The beautiful, handwoven bowls come from women in Rwanda, and the layered tassel earrings come from women entrepreneurs in Cambodia. Learn more about (and shop!) The Little Market and Amazon Handmade collab here.

Oh, and if by some unfortunate timing what you want to buy goes out of stock, you can always head to The Little Market's website to explore more fair trade gifts and decor.

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