You’ve heard of the farm-to-table movement for cuisine. But have you ever considered the impact of eradicating the division between the buyer and the creator in the arts and design world? The House of Woo is a pioneer in the effort to (literally) break down walls between creators and their products. Currently a popular storefront housing three fashion brands (Woo, Sand & Sea Club, and The Uplifters), this innovative shop will soon be the birthplace of many artisan’s in-house creations. The House of Woo is tearing down the wall that currently divides their warehouse space from their storefront and opening the floor-plan to artisans and shoppers. The beauty of this close proximity is a front row seat to the creative process.
The House of Woo is keeping innovation and authenticity alive in the community, bridging the gap between artist and patron. They’ll also be providing mentorship workshops for artisans who want to grow their brand.
By browsing a curated selection, you can support their Kick-starter campaign. Follow this link to check out their selection and learn how you can make a difference.
For information on The House of Woo’s giveaway for WOMN readers, head to @womnmagazine and enter to win!
Photos provided by I Love Woo
Written by Joanna Heitz