Transformation Story Series

  • The Latitude Project

    We’ve all experienced when something clicks...
  • Michela Martello

    We’ve all experienced when something clicks and our life suddenly changes in a...
  • Maya Penn

    We’ve all experienced when something clicks...
  • I AM A WOMXN: SHADO MAGAZINE

    Hannah Robathan and Isabella Pearce have always shared a passion for change. This led the pair to c...
  • Emmanuel Jal

    We’ve all experienced when something clicks and our life sudde...
  • On Activism: Ryann Richardson

    We’ve all experienced when something click...
  • MAGALI AN BERTHON

    Magali An Berthon is a textile designer, art director, and scholar with extensive knowledge of global arts and crafts, specifically the...
  • JOSE LUIS FETTOLINI: ON SUSTAINABLE JEWELRY

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  • BRAND STORIES: EMMA WATSON

    Email subject: URGENT // TPT // EMMA WATSON // ARTICLE22. Quite frankly, we think it is spam. It’s not. Emma is about to go on the Beauty and the Beast @the_press_tour and will only wear sustainable fashion. Our jewelry is upcycled, fair trade, and charitable - we were selected to send samples, but there was one minor problem...
  • ON MOTHERHOOD: BEATRIX OST AND SON

    Skin cancer left a Z-shaped scar on her forehead. Embracing this personal horror, Beatrix turned it into beauty by tattooing it light purple. It was this concept of transformation that led us to create our first mantra bangles : "in your body is a good place to be." Beatrix has been an ARTICLE22 collaborator ever since. Born in Germany, she lives between New York and Charlottesville which she considers her main home today.
  • ON MOTHERHOOD: SUSAN DUVAL

    Kathryn Duval got the job as Development Director of MAG America (Mines Advisory Group), but left the interview convinced it was a flop. She had celebrated her mother for half of the interview when responding to the question: who inspires you? She credits her mother, Susan, not only for the job (ha!), but also for an incredible upbringing through the personal sacrifices she made for her family. Despite graduating as Valedictorian of her high school class, she didn't have the chance to get her advanced university degree until she was into her 60s, after which she landed her dream job at the Burchfield Penny Art Center in Buffalo, NY.
  • ON MOTHERHOOD: MANIVONE NONTHAVETH

    The only American-born child of three, Manivone's mother was pregnant with her when she immigrated from a refugee camp in Thailand. Leaving behind a war tom past in Laos, her family arrived in Denver, Colorado. Life in America challenged her to assimilate and simultaneously afforded her educational opportunities - a dual process that developed her notion of self and sense as an artist. And made her the versatile woman she is today. Now, a mother of two, Manivone lives in Brooklyn.