Field + Supply is proud to represent a diverse community of makers, artisans, designers, and merchants who bring us the beautiful products featured on our website and at our events. We are particularly excited to highlight the LGBTQ+ Owned Shops on F+S as we celebrate Pride!
Hudson Made believes that when we live in balance with nature we thrive and leave a softer footprint on the planet. Their products are crafted with plant and flower-sourced ingredients blended to maximize nature’s restorative power. They believe nature offers the best solutions to every grooming and self-care need. They use flowers, vegetable oils, minerals, and essential oils, each one carefully sourced and blended for their curative and balancing effects. In the effort to support local economies, they organically grow many of our botanicals in partnership with local farmers. This creates a community dynamic and provides us with the highest quality organic materials available.
New Market Goods
With vibrant hues and tactile fabrics, New Market Goods aims to highlight positive garment production practices in Bangladesh. Having partnered with Deshal, a community of local garment producers who are working hard to improve the conditions of the factories they have been working in, bettering the lives of factory workers is at the core of New Market Goods. Shop them for striking clothing and home-ware, each of which tells the stories of the artisans who made them.
Jimmy Kunz was making truffle butter as a holiday gift for friends and family before he was inspired to officially become The Truffleist. Since launching the company with that flagship truffle butter in 2013, The Truffleist has expanded to offer six distinct truffle products, in addition to a wildly successful seasonal market pop-up: Cheesesteaks by The Truffleist. “Mushrooms are delicious and mysterious,” says Kunz. “As the only mushroom that grows underground, the science behind truffles is fascinating.” The Truffleist highlights those unique flavors and qualities, without the elitism that typically accompanies fine truffle products. You can find The Truffleist at Whole Foods, pop-up markets, and specialty food stores all over New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Some of New York’s most acclaimed new restaurants use The Truffleist products in their kitchens, including Five Leaves, Milkflower, and Home Frite.
KC|KO is a small leather goods line made by Chad Rawlings in New York City. KC|KO makes bracelets, cuffs, keychains, belts wallets & more in small batches using primarily brass, leather & cord.
Deanna Dorangrichia is the artist behind Dorangrichia Ceramics. Deanna studied studio art in college and graduated with a concentration in drawing. She now makes ceramics in small batches using stoneware and porcelain clay. All pieces are fully made by hand and are either wheel-thrown or hand-built. Rooted in the belief that more is not necessarily better, Deanna produces one-of-a-kind work that embraces simplicity and minimalism – a reminder to slow down and pause with intention. The final glaze results often incorporate a glazed line – a nod to her background in drawing and a reference to the philosophical belief that drawing is the foundation of all art disciplines. For Deanna, the line represents both a starting point as well as a continuance; everything begins and remains in existence in one form or another. Dorangrichia Ceramics creates designs that consider shape and form with regard to how the piece will function; each should stand on its own, feel good in the hand, and exist with purpose. All ceramic pieces are created for the incorporation into one's every day, and, therefore, catalyze the continuance of the lines in the work. The making of each ceramic piece is only the beginning of its significance and narrative; please use often to create your own memories and history.
COCORAU founder Konstanze Zeller, has spent most of her career behind the scenes as a makeup artist in New York City, Zeller learned first-hand how demanding and exhausting the industry and the city could be. Traveling for assignments around the world, she became acquainted with the sustaining powers of raw nutrients and adaptogenic herbs. Zeller has moved her production 2018 outside of NYC to the historic Hudson Valley. Zeller welcomes guests, tours, and photographers to her historic grounds to visit her production, studio, and home, offering a break from the bustle of manhattan life. The 300-year-old stone house, called 7 Miles to Kingston, was fully restored with extreme attention to detail in order to maintain the integrity and beauty of the house while also giving the home modern and environmentally conscious updates. She opened her now renovated, accompanying barn as an event's location. 7M2K_Events
J.M. Generals believes the products we choose to enrich our immediate environment should have the least possible impact on the greater one around us. Working closely with independent producers, farmers, makers, and artisans, they encourage domestic industry and craftsmanship in the production of their collections. They are committed to ethical production practices, the use of recycled materials, and domestic sourcing of the ingredients and components used in our products whenever possible.
Taylor Ceramics has specialized in small batch porcelain vessels for the last 10 years. All work is wheel thrown or hand-built by Cara Taylor out of her studio in western Massachusetts often with a focus on plants and flowers. Subtle details such as hand-drawn lines and organic curves combined with a neutral palette are designed to complement a wide range of interiors.
New York Heartwoods
NYH is a woman-owned and operated collective of seasoned craftspeople, some of whom are members of the LGBTQ community. NYH began as a sustainable wood mill in 2011 though quickly transformed into what it is today: a solid wood furniture studio focused on impeccable craft and circular design. Having produced our own lumber and slabs, NYH additionally consults and works with residential and commercial clients to transform onsite trees into finished furniture - clarifying the designs, overseeing the milling and drying to produce the needed materials, then creating finished furnishings and surfaces to be returned to the site so the trees may live on in new form.