Laadi Designs producing sustainable handmade sandals from Oaxaca, Mexico while supporting girl’s education through She’s the First.… Read More Laadi Designs. Gorgeous Handmade Artisan Sandals From Mexico!
The traditional Pakistani Peshawari Chappal with a modern and fashionable twist along with a french name, Çaplait shoes. … Read More Çaplait Shoes. Traditional Pakistani Handcrafted Sandals!
Kantala producing handmade and sustainably made vegan handbags from Sri Lanka. Using a 300 year old tradition and method of creating henna mats, this has been used to create these vegan handbags and clutch bags… Read More Kantala. Traditional Handmade Vegan Handbags!
Sashka Co producing gorgeous glass bead bracelets while empowering women in Nepal.… Read More Sashka Co. Handmade Bracelet from Kathmandu Valley of Nepal!
I know the title of this post is a bit long but it was supposed to be longer, to tell you of the amazing work which Jimani Collection is doing.
I don’t if many of you know Jimani Collection and I certainly did not until I came across them on Instagram. I was on the discovery mode on Instagram and this gorgeous picture of 3 golden bangles came up. After reading its caption, I really wanted for you guys to know more about Jimani Collection and why I fell in love with them!… Read More Jimani Collections. Providing a Sustainable Solution to Poverty with it’s Unique Handcrafted Accessories!
You are probably thinking that ” I’m already wearing Earth’s comfiest pants” but you have not experience such great comfort until you have tried on Calibabas pants and you can see it on New Labels Only… Read More Calibabas. Minimalistic, Versatile and Earth’s Comfiest Pants!
Juta Shoes is an ethical and sustainable social enterprise who produce espadrilles and slippers in London. However they are not your usual type of enterprise, all the espadrilles and slippers produced are made by socially isolated and underemployed women in London, Tower Hamlets, where one quarter of the residents face hardships.… Read More Juta Shoes. Upcycled Espadrilles made by Isolated and Underemployed women in London