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Shop with us this Thanksgiving weekend and win a sBlog postshopping spree!

Supporting your local small business is a super fun way to give back!   At a.ell atelier, we hope you feel the passion and authenticity that drive us.  Our goal is to provide quality, eco-friendly, sustainable products with excellent service. Your loyalty inspires us to continue innovating and designing ethical fashion. When you shop with us, you support our artists, our employees and their families, and our community. We are able to nurture our neighborhood ecosystem by donating to local organizations and helping budding artists get their work out there. Purchasing from local artists also allows us to lessen our environmental footprint. When you shop at a.ell atelier you help stimulate our Kauai economy, which keeps small businesses open within our community.  Who knew shopping with us had that much power?!

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2018 Spring Collection

Introducing a.ell design's 2018 Spring Collection!  This collection combines romantic silhouettes with island-inspired prints to create a unique ready to wear line. As always, we chose eco-friendly fabrics such as bamboo, hemp, and organic cotton that are great for your body, and our earth! Each piece in this collection was thoughtfully created in our Portland atelier.  View new collection here!

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Hawaii made soy wax candles!

North Shore Candles Making a difference one glass bottle at a time There is nothing I love more than lighting some candles at the end of the day and enjoying a yoga session at home.  My go-to candle company is Northshore Candle Co made right here in Hawaii!  They have yummy island scents such as Mai-Tai, Hawaiian Sunset and Lilikoi Love just to name a few.  But I fell in love with the company for a reason other than their scrumptious scents.  This company is known for sourcing their glass (old wine bottles) from Oahu’s North Shore and repurposing it into their trendy jars.  Any company that is helping to keep glass and human junk out of the ocean makes...

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