handmade

Artisans and Development The aid and development sectors too have realised artisans are important. After agriculture, the
Foodporn is here to stay and thanks to likes of Naomi Taplin, creator of Studio Enti, porcelain has never been this sexy.
Because everybody knows a wannabe mermaid.
We care about slow food, but what about slow fashion? We speak to Accompany CEO Jason Keehn about how we can feel good about the clothes we wear.
What exactly are the handmade/ethical/eco/slow fashion movements seeking to achieve? And is it possible? In my own eyes, the two most important beneficiaries of the ethical fashion movement are the people in the supply chain and the environment.
Kelly and I embarked on our first endeavor in early November, partnering with Musana Community Development Center in Iganga, Uganda. Our goal was to introduce new designs that utilize local resources and create products that would provide a greater profit margin that would, in turn, create more jobs locally.
To call these two inspiring would be redundant. They prove that building a dream together with a trusted friend requires
Despite the plights JOYN's employees have endured, "there is an inextinguishable joy," Mel says of her family's collective. "It is the one thing that continues to amaze me even today."
I sought out Hawai'ian artists who prove that handcrafted stationery is not only alive and well; it is more beautiful and thoughtfully crafted than ever before. Looking to send some aloha? Look no further than these delightfully designed local paper products