Madewell Just Launched An Empowering Artisan Collective

These Hometown Heroes mean business.

Madewell Just Launched An Empowering Artisan Collective
Courtesy of Madewell.

When you're an artisan hoping to grow your business, it takes a lot of hard work to scale, get visibility, and actually see a profit. That's why Madewell is starting up a new collective in collaboration with the non-profit Nest to help empower U.S.-based creatives. As an extension of the clothing company's Hometown Heroes initiative, this new program hopes to foster a community of artisans by giving them the tools to succeed and expand their businesses.

Madewell Just Launched An Empowering Artisan Collective
Courtesy of Madewell.

Each class of artisans will be given professional photography and a platform to sell their goods on Madewell's site, mentorship from the team, increased exposure, and even development grants. From interviews to the ability to engage with customers at events, it's an incredible opportunity for these creatives to raise their profile.

Madewell Just Launched An Empowering Artisan Collective
Courtesy of Madewell.

The first Hometown Heroes Collective class includes some incredible works to liven up your space from artisans like QUILTKWEEN, Alex Clarke Woodworking, and Heritera. While this current group is featuring their handmade goods for now, you also can have the opportunity to join the collective! Head to Madewell to learn more and apply.

As Lonny's Editor, you can find me writing about interior tips, scouting out the coolest new spots, and rallying behind amazing female entrepreneurs. You can reach me at shelby.wax@livingly.com or on Instagram @shelbywax.
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