Our women's clothing line of sustainable fashion is ethically created by multiple organizations operating around the world. We work with a variety of organizations in order to fight human trafficking, domestic violence, and multi-generational poverty. By working directly with the victims of human trafficking we help survivors reclaim their lives. Our suppliers offer fair wages, often in excess of two to three times the local minimum wages. By ensuring all of the products we sell are produced in an ethical manner we hope to make a positive change in the world.
Some of our more trendy clothing items are made in small batches by artisans in Bali who work in ethical factories. Each one of their partners receives a fair wage, one-month paid vacation, religious holidays off, sick leave, and medical insurance. In addition, 10% of all of their profits are donated to the International Justice Mission to aid in the fight against human trafficking. Their small batch method keeps them out of the fast fashion category and enables them to work towards creating a better world.
Other items are created by merging traditional Indian techniques with western designs and create phenomenal dresses, tops and more. Manufactured within the United States in economically depressed areas, these items are created by skilled artisans who are paid a living wage for their work. Other designs are manufactured here in the USA by heavily monitored factories that adhere to ethical work environments, pay their employees adequately and fairly, provide benefits and uphold a healthy work environment. By ensuring the artists receive a living wage, they are able to provide for their families, breakthrough generational poverty and create a positive change within their own cities.