This company is truly sustainable; they empower someone with every product because at every level of the supply chain, someone benefits. For example, they work with the physically disabled people in Kenya, support local and organic cotton farmers in India, and provide livelihoods to women in Bangladesh.
This is but a few examples of their movement towards being 100% Fair Trade in all aspects of the business. How does it happen? They:
They have received many awards and recognition and even participate in Fashion Revolution Week. People Tree provides customers with a Social Review, which maps out their impact as well as holds the company accountable to their promises of fair trade fashion. To keep things interesting, they hold Competitions that reward you with prizes and choice merchandise.
So, check them out on their blog, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, and their lookbooks, but also click and shop because we need to support brands that support giving and growing and not just taking.
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