ElleseeWomen – Polymer Clay Jewelry and Resin Home Goods

A small business aimed to make a big impact

ElleseeWomen

ElleseeWomen, founded by designer Lindsey Carl, makes polymer clay jewelry including earrings, necklaces and bracelets and resin boards for a good cause – a portion of every sale goes to a local women’s shelter.

Shop & support ElleseeWomen at the Chicago Artisan Market in Fulton Market on Sun, July 18, 2021 at Morgan MFG (401 N. Morgan St., Chicago). Discover top Chicago & Midwest artisans in food, fashion, home goods + art.

Ellesee Women Clay Creations at Chicago Artisan MarketWith the goal of inspiring and empowering women to follow their dreams, Lindsey knew she wanted to make a bigger difference outside of her “nine to five” office job. That is when ElleseeWomen was born, combining her love for jewelry and helping women.

Why the name ElleseeWomen?
Ellesse (or “LC”), is not only Lindsey’s initials spelled out, but it stands for empowerment and support. Her goal is to empower as many women as possible to not only pursue their dreams, but to look damn good doing it while having the support of Ellesse. This is more than a business, it’s a community.

About the Artisan:
Lindsey has always had a passion for fashion, but her career path led her to work as a psychiatric physician assistant, a dream-come-true job. She loves being an advocate and an ally for those battling mental health and substance abuse. Every purchase from ElleseeWomen is very literally helping someone else survive.

ElleseeWomen
Chicago, IL
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More things to do in Chicago:
StyleChicago.com’s 7th annual Cruise in Style aboard the Odyssey – Dinner Cruise
Oak Brook Artisan Market – 2-Day Outdoor Market in Oak Brook, IL
• Chicago Artisan Market – Best of the Midwest in Fulton Market and Ravenswood

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