Mox Botanicals solid perfumes and lip butters are produced using only the highest quality ingredients. Their perfumes are handcrafted with essential oils and absolutes from both the Pacific Northwest and around the world. These scents are captured with a base of organic jojoba oil, fractionated coconut oil, Oregon beeswax, and Vitamin E. Because of the botanical and oil-based nature of our perfumes, they provide a subtle alternative to synthetic alcohol-based products.
Made with 100% natural ingredients, Mox Botanicals lip butters incorporate the benefits of shea and avocado butter with jojoba and meadowfoam seed oil to create a truly luxurious experience. All Mox Botanicals products contain no parabens, sulfates, chemical preservatives, synthetic fragrances or dyes. Packaged in 100% recyclable MIRON glass, we are committed to providing eco-friendly choices and producing less waste.
DeNada is an emerging accessories line, specializing in handmade knits for women and men. DeNada is the vision of its founder, Virginia Blanca Arrisueño, who in spring 2005 sought to blend contemporary styles with ethnic elements to offer stylish yet high-quality merchandise. Inspired by the culture and the traditions of her Peruvian heritage, Arrisueño continually works alongside skilled artisans in Perú to create DeNada’s growing collection.
Arrisueño was born in Morristown, NJ in the early 80s. A daughter of Peruvian immigrants and the youngest of her four siblings, Arrisueño frequently cites her Latin upbringing and family’s entrepreneurial success in the U.S. as igniting her artistic and business pursuits. In particular, she recalls her father’s fondness for travel and the arts and her mother’s impeccable sense of style as personal inspirations.
Arrisueño received her BFA at the University of Maryland, where she focused almost exclusively on fiber art. Her creative talent and technical skills were duly recognized through several awards including the Sadat Art for Peace Award, delivered by Nelson Mandela, and first prize in Viridian Artists, Inc National Competition juried by Robert Rosenblum, curator at the Guggenheim Museum in NYC. Arrisueño also interned at the DC’s Hirshhorn Museum and Numark Gallery, and Vertigo Gallery in London. She put her business savvy and artistic aptitude to work and established DeNada (which commonly means “you’re welcome,” in Spanish), initially selling handbags and t-shirts. Over the years, the DeNada collection has grown to include knit accessories such as scarves, gloves and hats. Credit – www.denadadesign.com