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Tag Archives: living wage
Happy Fair Trade Month! I’m more excited than I look. Levitating leaves Outfit Details: Dress – Mata Traders, fair trade / Earrings: Ten Thousand Villages, fair trade / Cardigan – secondhand / Shoes – old Hooray for a whole month … Continue reading
So, I wore this on Thanksgiving. I hesitated to post it after reading that children were found working at an Old Navy production facility in Bangladesh. More recent reports also note that 70% of Gap Inc.’s production takes place at … Continue reading
Ten Thousand Villages may have invented the fair trade model. Founded in 1946, the company “strives to improve the livelihood of tens of thousands of disadvantaged artisans in 38 countries” by buying their goods at fair prices and selling them … Continue reading
Ah, hipster glasses: once a novelty, now the dominating fashion in vision correction apparatuses. I thank hipsters for making glasses cool. I’ve been wearing them since I was 6, so it’s about time that I can be proud of my poor … Continue reading
Asos is a UK based, trend oriented retailer featuring thousands of products from hundreds of brands. I purchased a dress and a pair of shoes from them early last year and am still pleased with their quality. On the right: … Continue reading
BAGGU produces a small but versatile collection of bags and carrying cases. Leather items are produced in New York City and canvas and nylon items are made ethically in China. I contacted Baggu to ask for details about their international labor … Continue reading