It’s been 13 years since Sara Smith began making invitations in a little corner of Bella Cose, the shop that once stood in PaperSmith’s current location. Today, Sara, Olive & Indigo’s Suzanne Johnson and stylist Lauren Miller offer an artfully curated collection of laid-back luxe apparel, artisan-made jewelry, gifts, home goods, and stationery.

Suzanne and Lauren became acquainted in 2012, and their love of things authentic and purposeful inspired them to start Olive & Indigo artisan jewelry. Soon after, Suzanne began merchandising for PaperSmith, where the line was immediately available.

Their aesthetic is evident throughout the cooperate space shared by the two entities.

All Lake Charles natives, the trio has carefully sourced goods with purpose, style and function. Many are from companies with a cause. . . digging wells for those without running water and providing jobs for village artisans in Nairobi. The use of natural, sustainable materials is evident amongst the classic-yet-modern selections you’ll find at PaperSmith and Olive & Indigo. Pair that with thoughtful customer service, and you’ll be dropping by often for friendly conversation and freshly brewed locally roasted coffee!

It’s been 13 years since Sara Smith began making invitations in a little corner of Bella Cose, the shop that once stood in PaperSmith’s current location. Today, Sara, Olive & Indigo’s Suzanne Johnson and stylist Lauren Miller offer an artfully curated collection of laid-back luxe apparel, artisan-made jewelry, gifts, home goods, and stationery.

Suzanne and Lauren became acquainted in 2012, and their love of things authentic and purposeful inspired them to start Olive & Indigo artisan jewelry. Soon after, Suzanne began merchandising for PaperSmith, where the line was immediately available.

Their aesthetic is evident throughout the cooperate space shared by the two entities.

All Lake Charles natives, the trio has carefully sourced goods with purpose, style and function. Many are from companies with a cause. . . digging wells for those without running water and providing jobs for village artisans in Nairobi. The use of natural, sustainable materials is evident amongst the classic-yet-modern selections you’ll find at PaperSmith and Olive & Indigo. Pair that with thoughtful customer service, and you’ll be dropping by often for friendly conversation and freshly brewed locally roasted coffee!