We produce custom experiences by Asian women, for Asian women, described as “effortless sisterhood”.


The Cosmos New Year Market creates a micro-economy to support Asian women small businesses and brands.

The Cosmos New Year Market is a curated marketplace celebrating local East, Southeast, and South Asian women artists, brands, and small businesses. We’re all about creating a platform for Asian women in our community to get visibility and get paid for their work.

We’re looking for partners to bring The Cosmos Market to the West Coast and Midwest - get in touch today!


Tarul Kode Tripathi and Tejal Angolkar, founder of Sanaya Set

“As first-generation South Asian womxn, our life experiences have shown us that feminism goes beyond gender. We believe in intersectional feminism: understanding our overlapping identities and how these factors impact the way we experience oppression and discrimination. To us, this means recognizing our diversity makes us stronger, makes us beautiful. Most importantly, it means pulling each other up.”


Hannah Bae, founder of Noona’s Ice Cream

“My company, Noona's Ice Cream, focuses on making Asian-inspired ice cream flavors in surprisingly delicious ways. Noona means big sister in Korean, and I named the company after the word to represent women entrepreneurs and bring a unique approach to culinary combinations with a modern Asian flair.”


The Cosmos Book Club supports Asian women authors across the diaspora.

The Cosmos Book Club support Asian/American diasporic literature written by women authors as we engage in thoughtful discussions as a community around identity, politics, and life experiences.

Partners we’ve worked with: Penguin RandomHouse, Little A Books, Asian American, Boba Guys

Authors who’ve supported us: Lisa Ko (author of The Leavers, a 2017 National Book Award Finalist); Nicole Chung (author of All You Can Ever Know); Sona Charaipotra (author of "Still Star-Crossed"; Vanessa Hua (author of A River of Stars)


The Cosmos Workshops provide a platform for Asian women creators to authentically share their work and expertise.

What does creative learning look like when taught by an Asian woman? How can we empower ourselves to address mental health with culturally relevant care? Our Asian women-led workshops help us get the education we need to flourish and thrive as creators.

Partners we’ve worked with: Warner Brothers, Passion Planner, Little Joy, Quiet Girl Collective, BuzzFeed, O. School, BetterBrave

We’ve hosted over 60 workshops in New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, and San Francisco. Here’s a snapshot of some of the workshops.