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  • Choolips

    Inspiration

    Choolips’ Golden Coast collection is inspired by the soul of Ghana’s streets: its music and its people. Fairly traded and entirely made in Ghana by local batikers, tailors and seamstresses, the collection is colorful, bright and bold.

    Aspiration

    As well as introducing craftsmanship and high quality back into fashion, Choolips‘ aim is to harmonize the mindset of producers and consumers.

    Ethos

    Choolips’ collections are traded fairly, produced locally and have a small carbon footprint. Their beauty lies in a seamless blend of cultures, traditional crafts and innovative techniques, furthering equitable trade with each print or stitch made.

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  • Swedish Hasbeens

    Swedish Hasbeens make leather shoes and accessories using natural materials. The designs are based on original '70s models and are hand-produced in a small factory in Stockholm.

    Inspiration

    Founders Emy Blixt and Cecilia Wingård make shoes that embrace the craftsmanship of the '70s, but with a modern design. Their collection is inspired by their desire to create fun and vibrant products made from ethically sourced materials.

    Aspiration

    Swedish Hasbeens want people to know there is an alternative to mass-produced, bad quality shoes and accessories. Their collections are better for the consumer, the environment and the people who make them.

    Ethos

    Better Shoes for a Better World: Swedish Hasbeens' shoes are fairly produced, sustainable and natural. The brand believes these are the demands that we as modern consumers need to ask ourselves when we buy something.

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  • People Tree

    Sustainable and Fair Trade Fashion

    Inspiration

    Most people are busy like you and me but want to be part of the solution, not the problem. That's why I started People Tree in Japan 20 years ago, to make great clothing that is 100% Fair Trade and uses handwoven and natural fabrics which are 100% organic.. There are a lot of people like me who helped turn People Tree into a pioneering label. I worked with Anita Roddick when she opened the first Body Shop in Japan. It would be great if People Tree could do to the fashion industry what Body Shop did to the beauty industry.

    Aspiration

    People Tree has design teams in London and Tokyo and we live and breathe eco-textiles and craft skills. We aspire to deliver affordable, beautiful clothes and we also want to do more collaborations with people like Emma Watson and international designers like Bora Aksu and Orla Kiely. We hope to bring you the best Fair Trade fashion can deliver.

    Ethos

    The best fashion while putting people and the planet first.

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  • Made

    by the people for the people

    Inspiration

    Anything and everything. Made's different collaborations with top jewellery designers and celebrities means that no collection is the same and inspiration and technique dramatically differ.

    Aspiration

    Founded in Nairobi, Kenya, Made aspires to establish workshops all over the world.

    Ethos

    'Trade Not Aid': Made believes that the circle of poverty in Africa can be broken by giving its people the tools to improve their situation. Teaching new skills and offering support at every level means that Made produces stunning jewellery that is entirely fairtrade and ethically produced. This is the Made difference.

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