A public showcase of NYC’s finest female artists and artisans, inspired by the women of La Belle, who are featured in the upcoming Netflix limited, western series Godless.
The general store is an immersive experience and modern take on La Belle - the town run by the gun-slinging women featured in Netflix's new western series Godless - and will showcase demos, whiskey tastings, workshops and wares from artists, jewelry designers, photographers, leather crafters and more.
About the Artisans:
Ann Street Studios -- Jamie Beck is a renowned fashion photographer, entrepreneur and co-creator of the cinemagraph. Have your Godless inspired portrait taken in a one-on-one consultation with her.
Cates Custom Hat Company -- Layce Heaton’s company, Cates Custom Hats, has been in the family for three generations. Cates Custom Hat Company continues to custom design and carefully craft each of their customer’s hats.
Cold Spring Apothecary -- Founded in 2010 by Stacey Dugliss-Wesselman, the Hudson Valley-based health and beauty company is a modern-day apothecary whose products are medicinally focused and remedy based. CSA products are thoughtfully created and fueled by the healing power of botanicals and herbs.
Florescer NY -- Fabiana Scott, a Curitiba, Brazil native has worked with elite event designers and traveled around the world for wide-ranging events, developing her deep fondness of flowers and eventually founding Florescer NY. Fabiana Scott will teach you how to style cacti and succulents to create your own western inspired tabletop terrarium to take home.
Miranda Hope -- Inspired by the use of raw and uncut stones, Miranda Hope learned how to embrace working with her own set of jewelry rules. Conceived and launched in New York, the line of work Miranda Hope developed is now all handmade by the artists in Los Angeles, CA. The line continues to gain recognition for its distinct style and timeless character.
Squar’d Away -- Reinterpreting the classic bandana became an endless source of fascination for Sara Harari-Buchnea and the focus of Squar’d Away’s first collection.107 Grand (Grand & Mercer) in New York City