We're excited about our Apolis + Clare V. Mini Market Bag! Watch a past speaking series event at our LA flagship with Clare Viver, the acclaimed designer behind this bag.
We're excited to share this fun animated video depicting the globe-trotting journey every market bag undertakes — from where you live, to a co-op in Bangladesh, to Apolis HQ in Los Angeles, and finally to your doorstep! Customize your bag at apol.is/custom
On Black Friday, November 23rd, 2018, Apolis advocates help raise $10,000 USD to buy a new generator for the Bangladeshi co-op which makes the market bag. This doesn’t just help the actual female artisans being employed — it also benefits their families and the surrounding community.
In August 2017, Apolis Co-Founder Shea Parton traveled to Bangladesh to document the artisans of Saidpur Enterprises, makers of our market bag. Apolis is excited to now share the resulting short film, shot by award-winning photojournalist Atish Saha.
We're excited to share a preview of our upcoming short film showing the story behind Apolis' best-selling Market Bag.
On June 22, we had the pleasure of partnering with Equinox to host our 11th speaking series event, with all ticket sales benefiting the CFDA Foundation.
Recently, we moved our entire T-Shirt production to our home town of Los Angeles, CA. These shirts are sewn in LA using the highest social and environmental standards.
On November 15th, we were proud to host the second installment of our community speaking series at Apolis: Community Centre located in Soho in the heart of Manhattan.
On September 20th we were so thrilled to host a grand opening celebration at Apolis: Community Centre located in Soho, New York.
Two years ago we began a partnership with Apolis retail partner, FREAKS in Japan, for a design and job-creation project
View a video recap of our private event celebrating Apolis: Nomad Market inside Santa Barbara's Nordstrom.
After endless hours of editing, we're proud to release our 8th speaking series film from the October 22nd event at Apolis: Common Gallery located in the Arts District of downtown Los Angeles.
Over a year of preparation and three trips documenting our daily travels through Mexico, we are excited to finally release the Artisan Project film.