Christina Bryant, St. Frank

“I believe your space should share your story and values – dares to travel off the beaten path and get to know people different from them, values authentic pieces with rich stories, demands ethical sourcing, and invests in creating a beautiful, storied space that is all their own”

Her Story

Christina is the Creative Director & CEO of St. Frank. She founded the brand is 2013 to marry her passion for art and design with a desire to support economic opportunity for makers in under-resourced settings.

Prior to St. Frank, Christina worked both in international development and the arts, including social-impact consulting with FSG, health system strengthening in Rwanda with Partners In Health, and development with New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Christina holds a BA in Art History from the University of Virginia, an MA in Education from Stanford University, and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Brand Story

St. Frank is a new home brand built for a new consumer. We believe that your space should share your story and values – travel off the beaten path, authentic products, and ethical sourcing. Each of these qualities is woven into the St. Frank home to provide a beautiful and unique aesthetic while harnessing the power of business to create sustainable social change.

Our line consists of three parts – contemporary handmade, vintage, and printed pieces. We work with artisans in under-resourced settings, supporting quality jobs and preserving heritage crafts. Vintage items are sourced from small businesses in these settings, up-cycling to minimize our environmental footprint. Print reproductions, including our Dots + Shells Indigo Playing Cards in this box, benefit our partners through royalties and our Artisan Support Fund. St. Frank is sold through our website (www.stfrank.com), and our stores in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Palm Beach, along with select retailers including Maisonette, Moda Operandi, and Goop.

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