#GirlCrush: 5 Small Business Owners We're Loving This Month

We’re back with a whole new #GirlCrush guard! (Missed it last month? Check it out here!) This month’s featured women are cool, creative entrepreneurs who are making waves in fashion, art, jewelry, and housewares. Check ‘em out below, and if you see something you like, click through to support their work! 💅🏼

Orixa Jones, Bad Girl Good Human

Orixa created Bad Girl Good Human, a carefully-curated clothing line, to encourage women to live outside the box, speak their truth, and embrace their duality. “I’m just here to relay the message,” she says.

Tina Huang, Ren·Vois

Few things are more relaxing than watching Tina make magic on the pottery wheel. Her line of sophisticated clay ceramics—in both warm neutrals and spunky shades like millennial pink—are about as Instagrammable as it gets.

Michelle Robinson, Mister Michelle

We’ve had a girl crush on Mister Michelle for years. Her paintings illustrate the female form in a way that feels both empowering and evocative. “Create based on what makes you feel alive,” Michelle says. “Never apologize to anyone for your personal transformations.”

Eloisa Ribeiro, The Wolf Nest

After struggling to find beautiful, high-quality bedding for her dogs, Eloisa launched The Wolf Nest to create her own. The company’s products are handmade from excess fabric that would otherwise wind up in landfills, and a portion of profits are donated to LA-based animal rescue centers.

Bliss Lau, Bliss Lau

Remember that amazing body chain Beyoncé wore in her Drunk In Love music video? Yep, that was Bliss’ work. On top of running her stunning eponymous jewelry line, Bliss also teaches workshops and branding classes around the world.

Who are your small biz #girlcrushes? Slide into our DMs with your faves!