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A conversation around the business and lifestyle of beauty and wellness with cocktails, networking, and so much more thanks to our friends, Neighborhood Goods, a new type of department store featuring an ever-changing landscape of the world’s most exciting brands, products, and concepts. We are so excited to team up to celebrate the launch of their new beauty & wellness collection in Plano, Texas, where we’ll be chatting with incredible female founders and creators who are making serious moves in the industry. SEE HERE
Featured by: We. The. Birds.
Our friend and fellow Dallas creative, Courtney Newell, launched her passion project— The Always Coco Collection. Courtney is a blogger turned jewelry designer. Inspired by her personal struggles with anxiety and the overwhelming pressures we all face from the social media rat-race, she started playing around with the idea of simplifying her style. READ MORE
Featured by D. Magazine
This May, Newell launched her very first jewelry line, a collection of delicate, versatile necklaces. “The idea is that with one piece you can simplify your style and free up your brain space,” adds Newell.
A portion of each purchase is donated to the National Alliance of Mental Illness.
Founder Featured on StyledbyCohen
Alexandrea Cohen the Fashion Stylist. If you haven’t heard the name, you’ve definitely seen the work.
One of Dallas’ most chic multi-hyphenate has not only produced numerous editorial pieces, but her work can be seen on red carpets stretching from TX, Nashville, LA and New York. In addition to sitting front row with clients at New York Fashion Week and behind the camera alongside Nashville’s soulful starlets, she incorporated her love for fashion into her plans to bridge the gap between the high-fashion aesthetics and accessibility for her clientele base. SEE OUR FOUNDERS Feature
Featured By LMents of Style
Always Coco was created with the desire to simplify your style and create a habit of intention instead of just mindless shopping. Her pieces are made with versatility in mind and the desire to not overcomplicate things. Her pieces can be worn several ways and remind you to treasure simple joys. As someone who has struggled with anxiety all of her life, she also created her brand with mental illnesses in mind. For every piece you buy, she donates 5% to the National Alliance of Mental Illness, to promote simplicity and bring awareness. You might notice that the shape of the Da Vinci Pendant has an A and a C for Always Coco, but also has an A and a D, which is in honor of those who battle anxiety and depression on a daily basis. READ HERE
Spotlight by CuffedUp
CU: COURTNEY! So excited to have you as part of our Crew. We love your style. How would you describe it?
C: My goal is to be effortlessly chic! I think a lot of us can overthink our style when really it can be so simple. I invest in staple pieces and dress it up with a flare item or fun accessory. READ FULL SPOTLIGHT HERE
Featured Client by Culture Hype
Always Coco Collection designer Courtney Newell’s mission is to elevate your personal style with minimal, gorgeous designs that also support a message of focusing on your mental health. SEE FEATURE
Featured in Dallasites101 Gift Guide
Local jewelry designer Courtney Newell created the Always Coco Collection to simplify your style and empower your mind! Her goal “is to make a small footprint in the world of simplicity and simplified thoughts and do it through the topic of fashion.” She shares a portion of each purchase with the National Alliance of Mental Illness to promote simplicity and bring awareness to mental health. You can constantly play with styling the pendant in a new way. SEE FULL GUIDE
Shoutout DFW feature with Voyage
We had the good fortune of connecting with Courtney Newell and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Courtney, how did you come up with the idea for your business?
Simplify your style. Empower your mind. That is what the Always Coco Collection is all about. And here is why I created it… FULL ARTICLE