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On this episode of The Hand Me Up Club, Lindsay talks with Kathleen Subijano, the founder of Alajas, a sustainable jewelry company that believes in fostering a better life for female Philipino artisans.  She also speaks with Camille Villavicencio, who founded Sleevesit (An online resale platform) and co-founded Casa Ysla with Kathleen, a company that focuses on sustainable handmade home decor items.  Camille and Kathleen speak about how their businesses support sustainability and the eco-system by using Mother of Pearl sourced from the Philippines. The 3 also touch on how conscious consumerism is important and what you can do at home to take action. 

Listen as the 3 play a game about the millennial mermaid culture where they try to find a sustainable way to approach our most familiar mermaid films. You can also get some tips from Kathleen and Camille on how to throw an event while staying eco-friendly and hear about how they raise funds for the Amazon Rainforest.  

Hand Me Up Club listeners can get 15% at Casa Ysla with code: HANDMADE

Find Casa Ysla on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/casaysla/

Or their website https://www.casa-ysla.com/

Find Alajas on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/alajas.nyc/

Or their website https://www.alajasnyc.com/

Find Sleevesit at https://sleevesit.com/

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