Made in KC at Corinth Square

 

Photos by Aaron Leimkuehler

You can’t get any more hyperlocal than a shop with the moniker of Made in KC. From its first location in Prairiefire to its larger Made in KC Marketplace on the Country Club Plaza (which also includes a cafe and bar), the now six locations are built around one big idea: to provide local Kansas City artists and makers a platform to reach as broad an audience as possible. 

Products for the shops are curated from hundreds of submissions from local artists, designers, and makers. It’s an innovative way to give local brands wider access to potential customers.

Hand-poured soy based Lake Candle, $29, Geodesic fruit bowl by Convivial, Made in Kansas City Sandlot Goods canvas tote, $80

In the Corinth Square shop featured here, you can shop from the wide variety of products available, and the staff is able to assemble gift baskets for individual or corporate use. “With work from over 300 creatives, there’s something for everyone,” says Keith Bradley, managing partner of Made in KC.