Mpls/St. Paul Magazine November 22 2014


The Maker's Collection

I left Friday's Changemakers Ball at the Depot feeling inspired about the humanitarian work the Minneapolis-based American Refugee Committee is doing around the world . . . and really wanting a Hackwith Design House scarf. What a bonus that the purchase supports such a worthy cause.

Rather than stage another silent auction at its annual event, ARC commissioned local designers including Woodchuck, B.T. McElrath, Wind & Willow, Dunn Brothers Coffee, and Spring Finn & Co. to create a custom collection of hand-crafted gifts. The cohesive collection includes journals covered in cypress and eucalyptus wood, a leather clutch, paint-dipped cherry bowls and spoons, and that Hackwith scarf—hand-dyed to create the look of a blue sky.

Now you can shop the exclusive Maker's Collection online—knowing that every purchase invests in Minnesota businesses, and global aid for those who need it most.

Allison Kaplan is Mpls.St.Paul Magazine’s shopping and style editor.