Amanda Mills Los Angeles, a trendy lifestyle brand that is curated

Amanda Mills Los Angeles, a curated lifestyle brand that incorporates the Californian fashion / design sensibility into its products was started by Amanda Mills (The Namesake).

Amanda Mills Los Angeles (Refered as AMLA) is part magazine, part Boutique ( eCommerce ) which carefully curates the current trends in the women’s fashion industry for its readers. Keeping in sync with the fashion trends is tough these days, AMLA promises to weed out all the unwanted noise in the fashion related space and show only the essential part of the trends which might appeal to its readers.


Amanda Mills and her team of experts go through the fashion trends around the world and carefully assemble a collection that is both eye candy and functional for the well-traveled woman. Their approach is usually Ultra modern and exclusive, with the occasional pop-up stores, providing personal and home items that define how you look, feel, and experience your world—both inner and outer.

As Amanda likes to put it, “From sole to soul, we’ve got you covered”

AMLA’s team of experts are constantly on their toes to offer their readers with nifty stream of information and ideas that will keep them curious and inspired.

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“Learn how to make a delicious gluten-free meal from the executive chef at Graçias Madre in San Francisco, or craft the perfect cocktail from our favorite mixologist at Club 55 in St. Tropez. Find new depths of inner peace and emotional balance with tips from world-renowned yoga and meditation teachers. Discover ways to create the ultimate Zen retreat at home with Feng shui masters. Find out how to host a tea ceremony wedding shower, select the right fragrance, or give (and receive!) a sensual couple’s massage. We’re all about all of it.”, Amanda adds.

How did Amanda Mills Los Angeles start?

From being born with a heart murmur condition to being put up for adoption by her 16-year-old mother, to seeing her fiancé hang himself, the day prior to their planned vacation; Amanda Mills has been through it all.

Amanda considers herself as an adventurer who seeks every bit of adventure out there. When her life got turned upside down, she set out on a journey of self-discovery, where she travelled to Africa to spend some time away from all the grief.

While she looked for a yoga class in Rwanda, her driver directed her to an orphanage for girls who had survived the genocide of the Tutsis by Hutu majority.

She discovered the Ubushobozi Project, a non-profit, vocational skills training organization and yoga center for the girls who survived genosis founded in 2008 by Alan Siporin, Jeanne Siporin and Laura Boyea in Rwanda. Through education and skills training (sewing, weaving, crocheting and more) Ubushobozi seeks to end the cycle of poverty these girls have experienced throughout their young lives.

In addition, students were provided with weekly stipends, daily nutritious meals and classes in English, mathematics, computers, health and sex education, and traditional dance.

“Seeing the resilience in these young women inspired me to find the resilience in myself and the power to realize my own dreams,” said Amanda.

A sudden thought that quickly flashed in her mind made her realise her true calling, creating a company that is built on conscious commerce and philanthropy.

Why Should you follow AMLA?

Amanda Mills says that she loves to travels, from ashrams to penthouse, Amanda plans to cover interesting things around the world, be it Hotels, restaurants, adventures, yoga studios, treks, local customs, and travel tips. Amanda wants to give an her readers an insider account of all the things you need to get you ready when you want to travel to any part of the world. Hilarious and real, her inimitable style makes her an irresistible read.


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Disclaimer: AMANDA MILLS / AMLA / AMANDA MILLS LOS ANGELES are not directly or indirectly related to STARTUP DOPE or any of it’s subsidiaries. All the views are of the author’s and doesn’t represent the magazine’s view.

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