Who Makes Our Clothes
Meet our ethical, sustainable partners who produce our clothes.
Wildlife Works is the world's leading REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation) project development and management company, applying innovative market based solutions to the conservation of biodiversity.
Wildlife Works' conservation strategy is based on job creation, including the fair-trade certified eco-factory that produces our dresses. By taking a community approach to conservation and creating jobs for people who would otherwise have few options but to destroy the environment to survive, Wildlife Works is creating sustainable jobs and a sustainable environment.
To learn more about Wildlife Works, follow the link here.
Soko is focused on creating sustainable livelihoods and an alternative to prostitution and poaching in a region of Kenya with the country's highest rates of unemployment. Beyond providing jobs, Soko regularly implements outreach in the neighboring community. One program is a Stitching School and Hub where women learn how to sew and can access the resources to become entrepreneurs.
Soko has a strong focus on women's empowerment, providing free childcare during work hours and a program for women to make and sell re-usable sanitary pads.
To learn more about Soko, follow the link here.
In Kiswahili, tushone means "let us stitch." We work with a workshop in Nairobi called Tushone where we do product development and special orders.