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Here at THR3EFOLD, our team is very passionate about creating opportunity for people in the developing world. We are convinced, through our personal travel experience, that providing stable, good jobs is the best way to change lives, communities, and nations for the future. We sat down with Rebecca Travis, Assistant Designer at Mela Artisans to learn why they too have put all their eggs in this basket and how they're doing it. Learn about their economic development through artisan jobs here.
After much time, many conversations, and going nearly cross-eyed staring at Photoshop, it's finally here. Introducing Deadstock District: A place for the fashion industry to sell their fabric liability, source deadstock fabric, and reduce textile waste. Is Deadstock District for you? Let's find out.
It’s been a while since we brought you a reading list. So if you’ve already ready everything on 10 Must Read Books About Ethical Fashion or The Top 10 Books on Sustainable Fashion we have a fresh and easy list for you to click to buy today and get your 2018 off to a motivated and educated head start.
The fashion industry can unanimously agree that our impact on the planet is a problem. Yet, we cannot agree on a solution. And by way of inaction, we collectively choose to do nothing at all. But you are different. You personally are responsible for the materials you choose for your team and you know that choosing natural fibers will allow you to be more sustainable. Right? Here’s why.