I’m super sauced to share my Nylon Magazine interview with you you guys!

 

Written by Sydney Gore

 

Beyond the parameters of her southern environment, Brunson has managed to cultivate a loyal following through Instagram and, through that, connect with independent artisans in a variety of professions from apothecary and art to clothing and jewelry. “I’m very much in that world of the makers,” she says. “There’s something that’s magic behind people who are just doing the stuff themselves and it’s not mass-produced. There’s something more special about it to me.” 

 

 

When Brunson isn’t busy keeping up with her family, her main focus is on running her apothecary brand, Folie. Last month, she announced that a few of her items were being carried at Saint Heron’s newly relaunched online shop. The whole purpose of the concept store is to “celebrate diversity in design” and “empower and inspire its community,” something that Brunson has aimed to do through her own individual work.

 

We caught up with Brunson after SXSW to learn more about how she built her own brand and manages a successful business. After reading our conversation, click through the gallery to shop the entire Folie for Saint Heron collection.

 

How are you able to balance doing both Urban Bush Babes and Folie?….

 

Read the rest of my interview on Nylon.com