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Carrie Hoffman Launches her Tata Collection for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As a recent breast cancer survivor, Carrie Hoffman was inspired by all of the amazing, dedicated people working to find a cure for this disease and wanted to create something special that speaks to those who have been touched breast cancer.
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Carrie Hoffman Quoted On Medical Marijuana and CBD for Breast Cancer Treatment

See a snippet of a brief interview with me on The Atlantic talking about my experiences with medical marijuana and CBD for treatment during my battle with breast cancer. Click the photo to read more.

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Carrie Hoffman at Mama Market, brought to you by Fashion Mamas

It was a pleasure participating in the Mother's Day Mama Market, Fashion Mamas second market for mothers working in fashion. We feel so blessed to be a part of such an awesome, supportive community. Thank you Natalie Alcala! Highlights from the event below: 

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Carrie Hoffman Engravable Necklaces on People Style

Carrie Hoffman's engravable charm necklaces are featured on for Mother's Day! Grab one for you mom here

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Pearlesque Obsessions

Our love affair with these shimmering, otherworldly objects have come to fruition in our latest collection, Astral Spheres.


Pearls have been used as articles of adornment for centuries, dating far back as ancient Egypt, and were probably discovered long ago while human beings searched for food along the seashore. They are formed when a foreign object, such as a grain of sand or shell fragment, is caught or inserted into a mollusk’s tissue. As a method of protection, the mollusk develops layers of smooth, iridescent coating made of calcite and aragonite, called a nacre, around the foreign object and a pearl is formed. There are many types of natural pearls- the round, white versions which are most popular are found in salt water, and asymmetrical, globular pearls of many colors are found in freshwater.

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