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The Making of our Summer Capsule Collection

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The Making of our Summer Capsule Collection
Designed in 2020 with support from projects and the luxury of time during the pandemic,our summer capsule is a collaboration over two villages. Working from their traditions, and with our support in training, it is a true village production, for any nationality of customer.

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Who Made Your Clothes?

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Who Made Your Clothes?
Five years of fashion revolution. Since the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Savar, Bangladesh, which killed 1138 people, there has been a movement to ask brands for more transparency.  And also through companies like our own, you can choose to wear artisan pieces, handwoven cloth, and contribute to village economies. 

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Hmong Embroidery & Culture in Luang Prabang

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Hmong Embroidery & Culture in Luang Prabang
Bai Lee has been making products and teaching embroidery classes with Ma Té Sai for four years now. These classes help supplement income for the family. Extended families live together and relatives often visit those living in town, so there are always many mouths to feed. She started sewing when she was about four years old.

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