65 minutes | Nov 5, 2019

The Autobiography of the Pearl (with Alajas NYC and Casa Ysla)

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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