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12.15.2017

A Year Of Ethical Fashion: Issue 9

A Year Of Ethical Fashion is an ongoing series of monthly round-up posts where I share my ethical fashion finds as I work towards a more conscious wardrobe in 2017.
Issue 9 features Solo Six, Starfish Project, Indigenous and Sudara.
"You want what you're wearing to say something about who you are." - Emma Watson


Week 33: Solo Six 
Solo Six is classic sportswear meets traditional knitting technique, driven by the desire to create unique and timeless pieces through sustainable methods, in every detail of the process from design to production. They use natural, biodegradable yarns made with as little impact on the earth as possible, and seek transparency in their partners in Bolivia and China to ensure every person in the chain is treated fairly and respectfully.

You can connect with Solo Six oFacebookInstagram and Twitter.

Week 34: Starfish Project


Starfish Project is a non-profit organization that cares for women coming out of human trafficking and exploitation. Starfish Project has employed over 125 women and provide life-changing opportunities through their Holistic Care Programs and social enterprise where women create beautiful jewelry and become managers, accountants, graphic designers, and photographers. 100% of your purchase is reinvested into the mission to restore hope and transform the lives of the women and girls they serve.

You can connect with Starfish Project oFacebookInstagram, Pinterest and Twitter.

Week 35: Indigenous

Indigenous believes that fashion can be a force for good and supports true artisans who combine their traditional skills with modern technology to handcraft impeccably-made, eco-friendly designs that benefit both you and the planet. They are committed to fair trade partnerships with culturally diverse artisans in some of the poorest regions of South America, making it possible for them to thrive with dignity. Because what you wear speaks volume about who you are, and a label is much more than a status symbol.
You can connect with Indigenous on Facebook, InstagramPinterest and Twitter.

Week 36: Sudara
Sudara is a mission-driven lifestyle brand that measures their success in positive social impact and long-term sustainable change. They partner with multiple sewing centers in India and advocate for and empower women who have escaped or are at risk of human trafficking by offering them skills training and dignified employment, and their non-profit arm provide services that address the physical, psychological and other needs identified by their local partners.

You can connect with Sudara on Facebook, InstagramPinterest and Twitter.

Follow me on Instagram or Pinterest for my Ethical Fashion Friday series, where I will continue to highlight brands and boutiques that are working hard to make a difference in our world! You can also read my posts on Ethical Fashion here.

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