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Eternal Creations


Eternal Creation is a fairly traded fashion brand producing women’s, men’s and children’s fashion, sleepwear and accessories. Specializing in vibrant prints, the feel good collection is bright, sunny and colorful, with simple, flirtatious styling that flatter, and don’t go out of style.



Australian designer Frances Carrington founded Eternal Creation in 1999, after a volunteer placement teaching Tibetan refugees tailoring. Starting Eternal Creation with a $5,000 loan from her father, Carrington began with only three tailors. The company has since overcome monsoon’s, water shortages and frequent black outs, while expanding to become the single largest private employer in the area, selling online and to over 100 stores worldwide. Their own Fair Trade Himalaya Tailoring Center in lower Dharamsala, employs over seventy diverse staff members, including Tibetans, Nepalese and Indians, Buddhists, Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims.


Working with Tibetan refugees and the local Indian community in the Indian Himalayas, home to the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in exile, Eternal Creation clothes are made in a supportive and fun environment. Employees are paid fair wages, and enjoy benefits such as a crèche for workers children, maternity and paternity leave, and school fees for their children. Eternal Creation deservedly won the 2013 Source Awards from the Ethical Fashion Forum for best Sustainable Childrenswear brand.


Website: www.eternalcreation.com