NOT CHARITY, JUST WORK
The Ethical Fashion Initiative’s goal is to build a responsible fashion industry that measures its impact. The Ethical Fashion Initiative connects talented but marginalised artisans – the majority of them women – to the international fashion industry. The Ethical Fashion Initiative believes in a responsible fashion industry, where workers earn a living wage, are offered dignified working conditions and minimises impact on the environment. Not Charity, Just Work.
The Ethical Fashion Initiative also supports Africa’s rising generation of fashion designers, and encourages them to forge sustainable and fulfilling creative collaborations with local artisans.
The Ethical Fashion Initiative participates in events with the media, international trade organisations, social enterprises and top fashion universities across the globe. Through partnerships with designers and brands, the Ethical Fashion Initiative is also a regular participant in events during the international fashion week calendar.
L’UE et l’ITC annoncent un partenariat pour renforcer la chaîne de valeur de la mode et soutenir la création d’emplois en Afrique de l’Ouest
- Launching RISEMAP! To further our efforts in bringing transparency to fashion's supply chain, we have partnered with Sourcemap to map the production process of our...
- Li Edelkoort reads her Anti-Fashion manifesto for The Business of Fashion
- RT @UNICEFHaiti: Don’t waste water! Listen to @jjeanroosevelt 's new song for #WorldWaterDay 💦 https://t.co/Iw5iyRceT4 https://t.co/zAOfQ…
- We have partnered w/ @sourcemap to launch #RISEMAP. Discover the supply chains of our partners working w/ artisans > https://t.co/jM0IaCK2gz
- RISEMAP! We have partnered w/ @sourcemap to map the production of goods by our partners. Click link in bio to discover the supply chain maps of @VivienneWestwood @Mimco...
- Meet Thé, an expert weaver and supervises the quality control of textiles in Burkina Faso. It was his father that taught him how to weave at a young age. Here he is...
- Under the Influence Magazine. Photo by Suzie Q and Leo Siboni #AfricanStyle #Magazine #PhotoShoot #Tribal #Accessories - curated by @ethicalfashion1
- A Fulani weaver at Mbuna village displays some of his work. Photo by Rachel Hoffman #Mali #Weaver #Textiles #Market #Traditional - curated by @ethicalfashion1