www.tribalsociete.com went live on March 30, 2009
and celebrated its official launch party on May 14, 2009.
It's often said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and if the
current merchandise offered by Tribal Societé is any inclination
of what's to come, the world is in for divine splendor…. Read
the full article at www.stylecaster.com of the world, meet your new
What: Handmade home goods and chunky jewelry from villages in Thailand,
Brazil, South Africa, India, and more. A portion of sales go to the
Global Fund for Women. Why: You’re high Societé. Where:
Online at tribalsociete.com.
When Thu, May 14, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where 333 Hudson Street, NYC (map)
Description Celebrate the new Online Global Bazaar!
Tonight was the launch of Nicole Basabe's new company, Tribal Societé.
It's inspiring during a time of economic downturn that these two women,
co-owners Nicole and Alma Sehovic, brought forward an innovative "bazaar" showcasing
unbranded green fashion accessories. As we all watch our wallets, Tribal
Societe gives buyers a chance to stay in style while also contributing
BRIDES SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2009 BRIDES BUZZ
Shell cuffs from the Ivory Coast, agate necklaces from Brazil— the
baubles at tribalsociete.com would look great paired with boho bridesmaids’ dresses.
You’ll support local artisans around the world: prices start
at $15 for Peruvian silver bangles.
On the web, you can find one-of-a-kind, handcrafted jewelry from all
over the world if you know where to look. The latest gem we've found
is Tribal Societé, which sells bracelets, necklaces, earrings,
and more — all handcrafted by artisans of tribal villages around
the world. Each product comes with a story. The best part is that
a portion of sales goes to the Global Fund for Women, which gives
grants to women's groups worldwide.
On the spring/summer runways, it’s common
to see designers weaving in touches of globe-trotting glamour. Nicole
Miller, Etro and Anna Sui all soaked up a world’s worth of influences
for their 2009... Read
QUEST THE SUMMER ISSUE JULY 2009 Fresh Finds
Get far-flung style without leaving home! The Fishers Island Chic natural
tagua beaded necklace from Tribal Societé. Tribal Societé:
CUFF BRACELET - NAVY PULSERA DE TAGUA handmade by artisans in Colombia,
this navy cuff is the perfect exotic addition to her wardrobe. The
tagua nut grows in the Amazon Basin and has a texture similar to
that of ivory: as smooth and luxurious but a whole lot more sustainable.
(tribalsociete.com , $35) http://www.tribalsociete.com/product_clothes_info/-(CO2BL46).html
We just learned about Tribal Societé, the e-commerce site full
of handcrafted goodies from around the world. This month, the “online
global bazaar” will showcase items made by artisans of Colombia,
Ecuador, Peru, Thailand, and India–and in the coming months,
you’ll be able to shop pieces from South Africa, North Africa
and Brazil. Citizens of the world, meet your new mecca