People's Project LA, or PPLA, brings a touch of the look inspired by west coast natives to Columbus. The look is best described as urban woman meets bold, bohemian style. The feel is free-spirited originality whether wearing the pieces alone or layered pattern-on-pattern. Throw on some boots and own the day.
The story of Wooden Ships is a long one. A husband and wife traveling the world stopped in Bali and never left. In 1992 Wooden Ships was born, producing knitwear in Bali where it continues to be made. The employees are local and benefit from the generosity of their employer. The carbon footprint is important to Wooden Ships, so they only produce pieces once they are ordered. They give to charitable organizations around the world including The Jimmy Fund, the American Heart Association, the Organic Consumers Organization, and WildAid. And, by the way, their knits are unlike any others, sold in countries from the U.S. to Australia.