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As we celebrate artisans and artisanship through our collections, our blogs, our stories and our campaigns, we thought it would be interesting to take a look at the impact that social enterprise has on the lives of the artisans we work with! You may notice that in the video below, many of the artisans we feature are women. We pride ourselves in the fact that a majority of the artisans are women and mothers, who are supporting themselves and their families through sustainable and ethical working opportunities.
On the 12th we celebrate Mother’s Day, so lets celebrate the women and mothers that are driving the ethical fashion movement. Enjoy the video and share it!