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Here's yet another stellar way to do good using your dollars during the gift-giving season. Joining denim brand Citizens of Humanity's cool concept shop is The Little Market, a collection of ethically-made wares from around the world curated by reality TV star-turned-designer (oh, and author, too) Lauren Conrad and pal Hannah Skvarla.
Made by talented artisans from Bolivia, India, Mexico, Nepal and Peru, the range of totally cute and whimsical (it's LC, after all) handmade home goods, accessories, decor and more will be stocked alongside Citizen's own fall merch until the end of the year. And get this: for the next month, the shop is donating 20% of their sales to Little Market's charity partner, Destiny Reflection. Nice!
Can't make it to the store? Shop the global goods online here.
· The Little Market [Official Site]
· Citizens of Humanity [Official Site]
· From Cheap to Boutique: Where to Buy Denim in LA [Racked]
· Citizens of Humanity's First-Ever Pop-Up Opens on Beverly [Racked]