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Although we aim to celebrate women every day at Domino, this International Women’s Day seems like as good a reason as any to really draw attention to some fantastic women in the design business. From interior designers who transform homes every day to artists creating work that celebrates women to business owners prioritizing a unique and progressive approach in the workplace, there’s no shortage of badass women doing awesome things in the world—so naturally, creating this list was quite a process.

If you want to buy something absolutely stunning by an admirable lady or just want to get a little inspired, see ahead for Domino editors’ favorite picks for powerful, creative women entrepreneurs you should totally know about this Women’s Day.

Kenesha Sneed of Tactile Matter

“I first discovered artist Kenesha Sneed years ago because of her ceramics, and I have been obsessed with her work ever since. Whether it’s drawings, pottery, or even textiles, Sneed’s work has a very organic vibe, featuring soft lines and muted colors. She currently has a limited-edition print available from Of a Kind, and is selling a cotton bloom throw through her site Tactile Matter.

If you’re going to make one purchase on International Women’s Day, may I suggest her Women Print?”

Jessica Dailey, Digital Editorial Director


The Decor Adobe by Angie True

“This Etsy shop, curated by plant mom Angie True of the Instagram account Madre de Plantas, sells a carefully curated selection of vintage goods that would be a perfect addition to any boho chic home, from baskets and blankets to stoneware and tapestries.”

– Jessica Dailey, Digital Editorial Director

Ashley Viola, Meridian

“Ashley Viola went from being an Emmy Award-winning producer and director to starting her own home decor brand (casual), and in addition to her background being super interesting, her products are all so beautiful. There’s a real focus on ethical sourcing and production, too, which is always a good thing.”

– Elly Leavitt, Associate Digital Editor

Sara Berkes of MINNA

“By focusing on sustainable textiles and ethically conscious practices, Sara Berkes created the most gorgeous textile company you can feel good about shopping. I love that she never once lost sight of her values, while still creating the prettiest products!”

– Nikhita Mahtani, Digital Editor

Virginia Sin of SIN

“It’s really hard to choose just one when there are so many women at the helm of so many companies that inspire me every day. Here’s a brief rundown on just a few of my favorites. Virginia Sin of SIN crafts the most beautiful ceramics.”

– Alyssa Clough, Social Media Editor

Helen Levi

“Another fave ceramicist is helen levi who makes lovely marbled pieces.”

– Alyssa Clough, Social Media Editor

Rose Lazar of The Great Lakes Goods

“She makes the happiest hand-painted items for your home.”

– Alyssa Clough, Social Media Editor

Martha Moore Porter of Buried Diamond

“I’ve been a fan of Martha Moore Porter of Buried Diamond‘s charms forever—and she’s recently ventured into incredible velvet pillows.”

– Alyssa Clough, Social Media Editor

Cleo Wade

“I’m the most excited to get my hands on a copy of Cleo Wade‘s new book of poetry, Heart Talk.”

– Alyssa Clough, Social Media Editor


Beth Hoeckel

“She was the first collage artist I ever followed, and her work is hanging all over my home!”

– Alyssa Clough, Social Media Editor

Julie Houts

“Her illustrations make me laugh out loud every single day—and she has a Women’s Day print with 30 percent of the proceeds going to Planned Parenthood.”

– Alyssa Clough, Social Media Editor


“Speaking of art, I frame all of mine through Framebridge, founded by Susan Tynan.”

– Alyssa Clough, Social Media Editor

Caroline Mills (aka Baby Face Press)

“And last but not least, Caroline Mills (aka Baby Face Press) makes the most amazing feminist embroidery.”

– Alyssa Clough, Social Media Editor

Veronica Hamlet, Semikah Textiles

“Not only is Veronica a kickass #GirlBoss in her own right as the head designer and owner of

hamlet interiors

and semikah textiles but she’s bringing other women’s work and stories to the forefront through her business. She has a strong passion and amazing eye for Moroccan design, and hand picks the textiles for her shop primarily from women designers in Marrakech. Women supporting women PLUS the most stunning rugs you could ever dream of… honestly, there’s nothing better.”

– Lydia Geisel, Digital Editorial Intern


“There are so many incredible, badass women in the beauty and wellness industry making huge changes. One of my favorite sensitive skincare lines, Pai, was founded by Sarah Brown, who legitimately trained herself in cosmetic formulations to take her sensitive skin into her own hands. From a converted garage in West London to an international, best-selling brand.”

– Kristin Limoges, Associate Lifestyle Editor


The Nue Co

“Female entrepreneur and founder of The Nue Co, Jules Miller, was inspired by her own IBS to create a supplement company that had the least amount of processing and highest amount of effectiveness. In just a few short years, she’s created one of the most effective and regarded wellness brands in the world. (And the packaging is seriously legit.)”

– Kristin Limoges, Associate Lifestyle Editor

Tribe Alive

Tribe Alive is a sustainable lifestyle brand for women, designed by women, and founded by the amazing Carly Burson, a former J. Crew designer.”

– Tracy Cho, Executive Director of Marketing

Alyssa Hoppe of Hoppe Shoppe

“Alyssa Hoppe’s home takes inspiration from Scandinavian and Japanese influences, and that same aesthetic is prevalent in her online home decor shop, where you’ll find everything from minimalist vases, vintage wares, and one of a kind furniture.”

– Jessica Dailey, Digital Editorial Director

Shannon Maldonado of Yowie

“Shannon is the founder of the super cool home and lifestyle shop Yowie, based in Philadelphia. Her aesthetic is always on point, and she never fails to highlight all the amazing female makers and creatives she collaborates with.”

– Anna Kocharian, Digital Editor

Catherine Jenna Hendry, aka CJ Hendry

“She’s the artist behind those super realistic and badass drawings flooding your Instagram feed. I love that she had no formal art training, but went for it anyway. If you’re looking to splurge on an original, and love color as much as we do, her new Monochrome exhibit is opening in Brooklyn soon. Enquiries welcome.”

– Amanda Johnson, Digital Content Strategy Manager

Hannah Richtman of The Break

A fresh take on a vintage shop, Brooklyn-based shop The Break sells on-trend vintage and second-hand pieces that won’t break the bank.

See more Women’s Day inspiration:

12 Books To Read In Honor of International Women’s DayOur Favorite Causes to Support on International Women’s DayFirst Day of Work Advice From Women Who Have Your Dream Job

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