This year, hex girl is celebrating the season with her favorite little elves…Kewpies! If you don’t already know, a Kewpie is “a sort of round fairy whose one idea is to teach people...
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Read more about what these core company values truly mean at hex girl...
all cotton garments are made from textile and yarn products made in the United States in order to support local farmers and the domestic yarn industry. the ultimate goal of a strong domestic farmer and yarn industry and is to reduce the carbon footprint of the textile supply chain, which will have a positive longterm impact on the environment.
making a constant commitment to be human-centered while minimizing the negative effects hex girl leaves on the world of tomorrow:
• all packages are wrapped with recycled, acid-free tissue paper that are printed with soy ink and made with materials that are FSC certified meaning the paper products come from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social, and economic benefits.
• all plastic polymailers are being phased out and replaced with recyclable and/or compostable mailers/boxes by 2022 to reduce individual plastic waste.
• being ethical goes beyond just sustainability, which is why the hex girl blog focuses on uplifting other small businesses, brands, and artists.
all blank garments are sourced solely from US-based suppliers that pay a living wage, treat workers fairly, and provide safe working conditions based on OSHA Certification. ready-to-ship items are locally screenprinted in NJ and handmade/embroidered items are made with love in-house by yours truly <3
Come behind the scenes with me on some pieces I've been working on for the past few months in preparation for their spooky season debut. See everything that goes into...
A scary story-style editorial to debut the Friday the 13th mini collection
'twas the night before hexmas was an editorial done storybook-style to the theme of the classic holiday poem; sure to fill u with hexmas cheer!