American Made Since 2010

Jenni Radosevich

New York , New York
"Spot Style you love, and Do-it-yourself!" I take the latest trends in fashion, accessories, and home and recreate them for less.
New York

Tell us about your business.

I have always been a crafty girl, growing up in Wisconsin I always created my own style: thrifing clothes, making friendship bracelets, and covering everything I owned with tie dye and puffy paint (I was not afraid of multiple pops of color). When I moved to New York, on a tight budget, I continued to make the trends I was seeing in magazines and on the runway. I got a great response from my coworkers at InStyle, which lead to a story in the mag, then a column, and then a book, I Spy DIY Style, and my site!

Mark Your Calendar

  • Nominations
    June 3–Aug. 29, 2014

    Nominate yourself or other aspiring makers.

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  • Judging
    June 23–Sept. 8, 2014

    Judges will select finalists throughout this period.

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  • Online Voting
    Sept. 15–Oct. 13, 2014

    Vote for your favorite American makers.

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  • Winners Announced
    Oct. 17, 2014

    2014 Award Winners and Audience Choice Winner announced.

    See past Award Winners
  • American Made Event
    Nov. 7–8, 2014

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More Nominees

  • 2014 Design Finalist

    BEAM Textiles

    Callen Thompson
    I'm an artist and textile designer inspired by the geometric patterns of the land, especially the vast expanses of the Southwest.
    Design, Textiles
  • note•ify

    Samantha Barsky
    note•ify is an eco-friendly, city-inspired paper products and soft goods company based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
    Crafts, Paper Crafts
  • 2014 Crafts Finalist

    Boarding School Bindery & Woodcraft

    Ashley Flanagan & Erik Flanagan
    We are Erik and Ashley Flanagan, the brother and sister team behind BSB&W. Together we create wooden hand-bound journals & goods from Maine.
    Crafts, Paper Crafts
  • Silver Piston

    Steve West
    Using 1930s nickels and dimes, I've created a line of one-of-kind jewelry that blends a piece of history with an everyday accessory.
    Crafts, Recycled, Upcycled, Vintage Crafts