Featured Video – CARCEL
CARCEL is a Copenhagen-based fashion brand manufactured by women in prison.
Working with some of the highest quality and most sustainable materials in the world, CARCEL transforms the inmates lost time into fair wages, skills and hopes of a better future.
Established in 2013 by Paola Masperi, Mayamiko is a collection of clothing, accessories and home wares, ethically made in Malawi.
Vancouver owned Lotusland Imports, is a curated ethical jewelry and accessories collection and website that showcases items produced with a conscience.
The Alchemist is the latest collection from Donna Karan’s Urban Zen for Fall Winter 2016/17.
Expressing preservation through usage of specific forms and colors from a particular culture, Srdic applies traditional techniques, and materials in her jewelry.
The Anchal Project is a nonprofit social enterprise that addresses the exploitation of women around the world. Using design thinking to create employment opportunities,
People Berlin are a social clothing label that runs between fashion and art, and acts as a creative exchange for young people affected by addiction and mental illness.
Conceptual by nature, the People Berlin social clothing label is highly expressive, and features unexpected layers, silhouettes and details that acts as a creative exchange for young people affected by addiction and mental illness.
What Daisy Did is utilzing wasted military materials to create their new Wayfarer, a collection of bags produced by the Northampton Hope Centre, creating employment for homeless and vulnerable people in Northhampton.
Bethany Yellowtail, a Native America designer of the Northern Cheyenne and Crow tribes, launches their new e-commerce site in partnership with a group of Native American artists, all from the Northern Plains regions – the B. Yellowtail Collective.