It’s been months since I’ve added new items to the shop. In this September 2022 edition of “What’s New,” I’m introducing the “Walk Like an Egyptian” theme. What’s taken place? On a positive note, I’ve placed a few pieces on consignment at Dunedin Fine Art Center and published two books: That's Just My Baby Daddy! 12 Men Who've Contributed Greatly to Society and most recently, She Sells Seashells by the Seashore: Biographies of 12 Entrepreneurial Women. The next, expected for 2024 at the earliest, is “Don’t Cry for Me, Alexandria.” I’m hesitant to call these a collection because this is an area that I’m still growing towards… something I did too quickly with the “Such a Stud” earrings. You’ll find...
In this October 2021 edition of “What’s New,”, which happens to fall of Chinese National Day, you’ll find the latest additions to the storefront as well as new developments. You now have the option to buy now and pay over time as a result of a partnership with Affirm. beYOUteous has committed to the Women Empowerment Principles which were launched in 2010 with the aim of encouraging businesses to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment.
The Women Empowerment Principles (WEPs) were launched in 2010 with the aim of encouraging businesses to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment. By joining the WEPs community, I, Lawrence Jean-Louis, commit to this agenda at the highest levels of the company and aim to work collaboratively in multi-stakeholder networks to foster business practices that empower women.
Summer greeted us on June 20th this year and here you'll find a list of some of the new items added to the beYOUteous storefront. You'll discover beautiful and vibrant new colors, new designs, and look forward to featuring even more diverse pieces.
The celebration of Black History Month began the summer of 1915, with what led to the formation of Negro History Week. Karibu: A Celebration of Black Artists in Palm Beach County, runs through March 13 at the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County.