The Erimish brand is built on empowering women to bring out their own style and share it with the world.
Sisters Ericka Hamilton and Misha Wilson, daughters of entrepreneurs, pursued their dream to go into business together when they opened a clothing boutique in Joplin, Missouri. They wanted the freedom and flexibility that comes with being their own bosses. Soon after, they added a bracelet bar to the store and it took off like a rocket ship! They decided to focus their time and effort on creating stackable bold, beautiful bracelets, ultimately leading to the official launch of Erimish in 2015.
The design inspiration for Erimish bracelets come from the quirky combination of its founders’ distinct tastes – Misha loves neutral tones and a casual feel, Erika loves color, sparkle and pattern. “The fact that we gravitate to completely opposite styles, is probably the best aspect of Erimish. It is the best way we design.”
These self-taught designers use stunning materials from glass, metal and wood, to Czech crystal, beading and leather to create their beautiful bracelets. Whether you’re dressing up or down, these gorgeous stacks fabulously finish the look for our Up To Barre collection and will superbly complement any client’s existing wardrobe.
Amy Degrazio began her career at the young age of 15 on the selling floor at a family owned store called Wehde Shoes. She worked there for 10 years, throughout high school and college. When the family decided they were going to sell the store they asked if Amy was interested in buying it. “I grew up thinking I was going to be a sports reporter. That quickly changed!”
At the age of 20, with the help of a government small business loan, she bought Wehde Shoes whose name she ultimately changed to New Prospects. Amy credits her dad for giving her the confidence and support to make that bold decision to become an entrepreneur at such a young age.
After more than 20 years running her shoe store, Amy started her wholesale company, also called New Prospects, offering an amazing selection of seriously stylish jewelry, bags and other accessories which she provides to her boutique clients at a great value.
Today, New Prospects brings these exciting accessories to small specialty stores and retailers across the US. Amy prides herself on offering her clients unique and fabulous items that you won’t see in the major department stores.
Claire Keet launched Sentiens in her native South Africa in 2015, after an exciting stint traveling and working in South Korea. The founding of Sentiens was a culmination of her life-long obsession with design and her growing passion for health & wellness, meditation and yoga.
Sentiens started with the idea to put beautiful designs onto yoga mats. “We loved the idea of adding an extra magical sensory experience to our customers’ yoga practices and exercise routines. Sentiens means ‘feeling and perceiving with the senses’. It was important that the name of the brand reflect this in some way.”
Instead of turning to trend for design inspiration, Claire turns inward and becomes inspired by places she’s visited, colors that move her, and symbols that add something magical to her products. She also draws from the principles of symmetry and balance to make sure that her designs offer subtle guides to her customers during their practices. Each mat is designed to feel like a mini-artwork stretched out in front of their owners.
“The Fusion Mats in the peach fall collection boast a beautiful velvety surface that adds such a luxurious element to the designs but also offer some serious grip for when you get sweaty!”
The Sentiens team is made up of passionate women who stand behind the brand mission to inspire wellness. Peach is proud to be the first company to sell Sentiens in the US.
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