WorldFinds: Investing in Women Creates Positive ChangeNo CommentsRead more
Our celebration of International Women’s Day is still going strong! This week, we are excited for you to learn more…
Faire Collection: Honest Relationships Create Beautiful JewelryNo CommentsRead more
This week, we are continuing our International Women’s Day celebration with Amanda Judge, founder of Faire Collection. Amanda and her…
Fair Anita: Accessories you can be proud to wear1 CommentRead more
International Women’s Day is coming up on March 8 and we want to celebrate all month long by highlighting some…
Peace, Love, & Chocolate!No CommentsRead more
Peace, Love, & Chocolate! *The following post was written by Ben Conard, Founder at Five North Chocolate® and named one…
Kantha JewelryNo CommentsRead more
Before we say goodbye to summer and hello to colorful leaves, picking apples, and throwing on our favorite sweater, it’s time for an arm party! Add some depth and color to your wrist with kantha bracelets.
Heirloom Quality: Redefining Value Through Fair TradeNo CommentsRead more
With the rise of manufacturing, the art of creating and passing down heirlooms has dwindled. Fair trade, however, has the potential to change this. There is something “heirloom-like” about fair trade products in the sense that they are handcrafted using traditional techniques, unique to a geographical area, and they are made with pride.
Craftspring: Women Empowered Through TraditionNo CommentsRead more
This is the 7th installment of our “Conversations” series where we interview our fair trade partners about their work with artisans…
Hand in Hand: Helping Haiti RebuildNo CommentsRead more
We caught up with Bill, Courtney and Zofia of Hand in Hand in New York at the NYNOW gift show to see their new product lines and chat about their on-going projects in Haiti. We emailed them some questions about their most recent trip to Haiti and Zofia kindly answered, giving us a great insiders perspective on their work.
Arpilleras: A Peruvian Folk Art TraditionNo CommentsRead more
Arpilleras: A Peruvian Folk Art Tradition Lucuma Designs began working with Arpilleras artisans in the late 90s, but the art…
Mata Traders ConversationNo CommentsRead more
We have been working with Mata Traders for several years and have cherished our partnership as they are one of very few fair trade clothing companies available in the U.S. Their clothing boasts fun patterns, stylish cuts and their artisans’ craftsmanship is fantastic. Jonit goes to visit the artisans often and answered some questions for us in the 6th issue of our Conversation Series.