Brands Founded By Women to Shop for Women's History Month and Beyond

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Away, Sephora, Parachute, Cuyana, Gorjana

March is Women's History Month -- a time to celebrate and reflect on the history-making accomplishments and contributions women have made. 

One of the biggest ways to support women is by supporting their businesses. There are a ton of amazing fashion, beauty, home and lifestyle companies out there that have been created and built by women, and ET Style is sharing a few of our favorites to add to your list of go-to brands -- and we'll continue to add more. 

From brands you already know and love to ones to discover for the first time, choose from these awesome women-founded lines for your shopping needs. 

Fashion

For every purchase you make from now until March 8, the late Kate Spade's eponymous label will be donating 5% of net sales to organizations that support the mental health of women and girls to celebrate Women's History Month and International Women's Day.
$298 AT KATE SPADE

Cuyana bags are a favorite among celebs such as Meghan Markle and Jessica Alba. The fashion brand, co-founded by Karla Gallardo and Shilpa Shah, delivers modern, classic, intentional designs crafted from the highest-quality materials.
$195 AT CUYANA

Co-founded by Gorjana Griffin, the jewelry brand offers effortlessly chic, California-inspired baubles that don't break the bank. 
$60 AT GORJANA

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Sense of Shelf
Created by Madeline Ritaccio, Sense of Shelf is an online shop that carries eco-friendly, ethical fashion brands, and majority of them are founded by women. 
$52 AT SENSE OF SHELF

Phenomenal, founded by Meena Harris, is an empowering lifestyle brand that brings awareness to causes and underrepresented communities. Their signature "Phenomenal" tees are all about embracing and being proud of who you are. 
$35 AT PHENOMENAL

To celebrate International Women's Day, Quay launched a new collection -- which has been approved by the one and only Ashley Graham -- meant to encourage women to envision a brighter future and accessorize with fearless confidence. Styles include this retro-inspired aviator pair, which will be a go-to staple for every warm-weather outfit and have you ready to face the sunniest of days.
$65 AT QUAY

Health and Beauty

Ciaté London -- which was founded by Charlotte Knight --  teamed up with celebrity makeup artists Alexx Mayo and Kirin Bhatty (the makeup artists for Lizzo and Awkwafina, respectively) to create an inspiring palette filled with 24 shades. Of the colors included, 23 are named after women who shaped history including Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Rosa Parks and Maya Angelou. Not only does this makeup palette celebrate historic women, but also everyday women with its shade You. 
$45 AT CIATÉ LONDON

Nancy Twine created Briogeo, inspired by her grandmother's homemade beauty recipes. Briogeo offers high-performance haircare products made from natural ingredients. The charcoal and coconut oil scalp scrub shampoo is a must-try! 
$42 AT SEPHORA

Thanks to Supergoop!, founded by Holly Thaggard, wearing sunscreen is more enjoyable with the brand's expansive range of SPF skincare and makeup.
$34 AT SEPHORA

Lulu Cordero created Bomba Curls as a haircare line that celebrates curls! Inspired by Dominican beauty secrets passed down generations, Bomba Curls products are made with premium, organic ingredients to boost hair growth and enhance the beautiful look of curls. 
$22 AT NORDSTROM

Makeup artist Dame Pat McGrath's eponymous makeup line is everything you'd expect from the legend -- beautiful, artistic products you'll instantly obsess over. 
$58 AT PAT MCGRATH LABS

Founded by Emily Weiss, Glossier is all about complementing your natural beauty with easy-to-use, effortless makeup and skincare. 
$16 AT GLOSSIER

Home

Parachute is known for their minimalist bedding, robes and other home goods. The company was founded by Ariel Kaye in 2014. 
$99 AT PARACHUTE

Former art buyer Abigail Cook Stone launched Otherland to offer candles that combine art, design and fragrance without the hefty price tag. 
$36 AT NORDSTROM

Lifestyle

With experience in designing and developing silicone textiles, founder Kat Nouri provides a sustainable alternative to single-use plastics with Stasher's patented, self-sealing platinum silicone bags. 
$20 AT AMAZON

S'well stainless bottles are some of the most recognizable in the reusable bottle market. S'well, known for their triple-insulated design, was started by Sarah Kauss in 2010. 
$23 AT AMAZON

The popular luggage company was co-founded by Jen Rubio and Stephanie Korey. The direct-to-consumer brand is known for their stylish premium suitcases and other travel accessories without the retailer mark-up. The latest collection features two-tone designs. 
$225 AT AWAY

Founded by mother and daughter Val and Breezy Griffith, SKINNYDIPPED has almond, peanut and cashew snacks that are healthy and delicious. 
$29 AT AMAZON

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