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Meet The Maker: Sarah Woodruff of Lion and Lamb Studios
Meet Sarah! She's a woman of many talents, one of which is being a metalsmith! Join us as we talk about her journey to becoming a smith, how nature inspires her works, and what it takes to being a working mom.
Fortune's Follies: A 1940's Variety Show is coming to Livermore!
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fortunes-follies-presented-by-fortune-emporium-tickets-89921209759 Fortune Emporium is proud to present FORTUNE'S FOLLIES, a 1940's themed Variety Show meant to transport you to a bygone era! Enjoy the powerhouse vocals of Coco Lamarr as she croons some of the most beloved Jazz, Blues, & show tune standards with a voice likened to legends Etta James & Amy Winehouse. Be enchanted by the feral kitten of Burlesque, Porcelain, as she takes the art of seduction to new heights with her stunning visual performance. Be dazzled by award winning dance duo The Hollywood Blondes who blend So. Cal swing with contemporary...
Meet The Maker: Jillian Haddad of Butter Me Up Organics
Fortune Favors The Bold: Scary Pretty featuring Shannon Brooke
Having bold artistic vision takes great confidence in one's intuition. It has long been said that courageous action is often rewarded. Fortune Emporium prides itself in maintaining a unique style which supports creatives and small batch brands. Fortune Favors The Bold: An Artist Series aims to bring fresh faces to Livermore's creative community. We are excited to continue the series with SCARY PRETTY, an art show and book signing by photographer Shannon Brooke. This CA based photographer has pushed her work to new heights with the publication of two high-end, hardback coffee table books featuring a collection of portraits in her signature...
Create Big Impacts By Shopping Small: The Maasai Widows Project
Fortune Emporium aims to be an advocate for meaningful purchasing. Buying artisan goods supports creatives, builds community relationships, and circulates money within local economies. There is no better example of how shopping small can create big impacts than with the jewelry made by the ladies of the Maji Moto community in Kenya. Although these are very traditional pieces, they can be styled in such a way that they give an incredible modern edge to your wardrobe. The Maasai are an indigenous African ethnic group of semi-nomadic people located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. In the Maasai culture, young women are often married to older men, increasing the...