Our Brands

The Soko Edit Community

At the heart of our community are our female-founded brands from around the world. In our first launch, we are pleased to feature brands from the US, UK, Europe, Colombia, India and South Africa. To learn more about our wider Soko Edit Community click here.

Meet Anjali

Textile brand Studio Variously fuses Anjali’s passion for traditional artisan techniques with a modern “less is more” design approach. Passionate about changing the world of fashion and design for the better, Anjali has created a sustainable supply chain for Studio Variously, complying with the United Nations’ sustainable design goals. We love how committed she is to building strong, lasting relationships with local artisans in India and Nepal.

Meet Claire

Claire Delap founded Take Monday earlier this year. The brand designs clear, watertight travel pouches and bags with separate compartments, to make a super chic alternative to the airport ziplock. Using biodegradable, beautifully coloured canvas, these lightweight travel bags are vegan friendly and gorgeous.

Meet Eesha

Eesha is a jewellery designer based in Baroda, in Gujarat. She describes her jewellery as fun, affordable, everyday pieces. As well as building and running her successful jewellery brand and business, Eesha has young (adorable!) twins, a large family and an active social life. Her jewellery ranges are inspired by her life, family and by the colour and vibrance of India. We love to jazz up an outfit with her statement earrings!

Meet Jessika

Jessika co-founded Cape Town based Project Dyad to create contemporary leather accessories. Dyad’s approach to design is experimental and process-based, and the products are always evolving over time. All materials that Dyad uses are locally sourced in a socially responsible way. We not only love the timeless pieces from Project Dyad, but we also value the importance Jessika and Vincent place on giving back to the local community.

Meet Ruchi

Ruchi Zaveri started NHEST, modern brass home décor and accessories, inspired by her mother’s art and brass artifact collection. NHEST works with various artisans from India and aims to keep India’s beautiful art forms and craft processes alive.

We love the contemporary brasswork piece, created from these traditional craft methods.

Meet Tatiana

Tatiana Ordoñez is the founder of Zuahaza, a Colombian based social enterprise that brings a community of artisans together to make gorgeous textiles. We love Zuahaza’s ethos of sisterhood and collaboration and can’t wait to visit the artisans in Colombia to see the beautiful designs in person.