Paper and Grace

  • SHOP
  • Required Reading: "In the Company of Women: Inspiration and Advice from over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs"

Required Reading: "In the Company of Women: Inspiration and Advice from over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs"

35.00
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-823.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-457.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-824.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-825.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-826.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-837.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-827.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-829.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-831.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-832.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-834.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-836.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-835.jpg
TOWNSENDCOLLECTIVE_P&G-838.jpg

Required Reading: "In the Company of Women: Inspiration and Advice from over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs"

35.00

This New York Times Bestseller, written by Grace Bonney in 2016 is simply put, glorious. Bonney is the founder of Design|Sponge. In her second book, In the Company of Women: Inspiration and Advice from over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs the design entrepreneur features intimate portraits of 100 women across industries, ethnicities, religions, sexual preferences, ages, and disabilities.

“I loved the ways business books for women were happening, but they seemed to be telling the same story of a thin, white, relatively wealthy straight woman over and over again,” Bonney tells Vogue.com. “At a certain point, I realized we were really missing out by not hearing more voices, and more voices in their own words.” Read more about the book on Vogue.com

Add To Cart

This New York Times Bestseller, written by Grace Bonney in 2016 is simply put, glorious. Bonney is the founder of Design|Sponge. In her second book, In the Company of Women: Inspiration and Advice from over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs the design entrepreneur features intimate portraits of 100 women across industries, ethnicities, religions, sexual preferences, ages, and disabilities.

“I loved the ways business books for women were happening, but they seemed to be telling the same story of a thin, white, relatively wealthy straight woman over and over again,” Bonney tells Vogue.com. “At a certain point, I realized we were really missing out by not hearing more voices, and more voices in their own words.” Read more about the book on Vogue.com