We snapped these photos the other night before heading out on a fun little date night. We felt it was the perfect opportunity to shine the spotlight on our friend Jenn’s handbag line, Soul Carrier. We met Jenn about a year ago at an instagram meet up in Phoenix. We were immediately drawn to her passion for creativity and her huge heart! She was incredibly sweet to invite everyone back to her loft that evening for a get together and to shoot some photos in her beautiful space. Since then we’ve had the chance to get to know her and her amazing company a little better.
She recently launched her kickstarter campaign showcasing her new collection of handbags entitled, “Conscious Intentions”, which features minimal and classic designs. 25% of funds raised for the campaign will be donated to Crisis Nursery, which is one of Phoenix’s longest serving children’s shelters. Soul Carrier will also be sponsoring a preschool graduation at Crisis Nursery, which will pay for uniforms, backpacks and school supplies for the children. Her handbags alone are beautiful pieces, but the fact that she is incorporating charitable giving in her business model, speaks volumes. View the video below to learn more about her mission. We hope you can check out her campaign and help spread the word about the good she is doing through conscious fashion.
Hers: Free People romper and hat, Soul Carrier clutch, Essie nail color in “Fiji”, Nars lip color in “Schiap”
6 comments on “Soul Carrier”
I like the idea behind this campaign. Really lovely to see peoples encouragement for a good cause. Not only that but also being creative and produce such beautiful bags!
We couldn’t agree more! Thanks so much for taking the time to follow along with us, Livia! xo
that bag is gorgeous!
Thanks so much Nikki! Soul Carrier is doing so much good, so we’re thrilled to be able to share what they’re up to with everyone! Thank you for following along. 🙂
Your so pretty!! Love your hair do you happen to dye it or is it natural?
Thank you so much Yasmin! It’s my natural color. I’ve never dyed it before. 🙂