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.
- Monocle 24 Radio met with Hirofumi Kurino of UNITED ARROWS & Simone Cipriani for their #TheEntrepreneurs series. Listen to the interview > http://bit.ly/2d9alKC
- Drying vegetable leather at HAFDE in Ethiopia. Vegetable leather is chromium-free. The process of creating vegetable leather makes use of tannic acids naturally...
- RT @Monocle24: The Entrepreneurs: @UNITEDARROWS & @_ethicalfashion in Ethiopia, plus @oliverpeoples’s CEO & @LAMUTstudio https://t.co/60AMI…
- Calvin Klein owner could source 25% of its production from Africa in five years > https://t.co/hGa1qMEkWI #Ethiopia #Kenya #SupplyChain
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- NAMSA LEUBA
- Adinkra / Hand stamped Adinkra cloth from Ghana is the inspiration for this classic graphic design. The symbols mean greatness and humility. #Textile #Ghana