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Moda etica: la prima azienda Fair Trade dell’Africa – GreenBiz.it

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Moda etica: la prima azienda Fair Trade dell’Africa
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africa fair trade abbigliamento Liberty & Justice è la prima fabbrica di abbigliamento certificata Fair Trade dell’Africa.

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Patagonia to Offer Fair-Trade-Certified Apparel Starting Fall 2014 | Ecouterre

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Patagonia will be offering fair-trade-certified apparel starting with nine styles in the Fall 2014 season.

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People Tree is first clothing brand to receive the new WFTO Fair …

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People Tree is delighted to announce we are the world’s first clothing company to receive the World Fair Trade Organization Fair Trade product mark. The mark reflects our commitment to Fair Trade throughout our supply …

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Moda etica: Salewa nella Fair Wear Foundation per migliorare le condizioni di lavoro

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Il Gruppo OberAlp è diventato membro della Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) con i brand Salewa e Dynafit, per poter lavorare intensamente a un miglioramento delle condizioni di lavoro dei propri fornitori.

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kowtow – 100% certified fair trade organic cotton clothing – Looks

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100% certified fair trade organic cotton clothing

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Ethiopia: The world’s first Fair Trade Certified™ footwear manufacturing factory

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Oliberté’s factory in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: The world’s first Fair Trade Certified™ footwear manufacturing factory We’ve been excited about this for months now, since our team’s first meetings in …

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Ancient Techniques for Modern Style – Bertozzi Hand Printing

Printing textiles with wood blocks is, since ancient times, a widely used technique for both simple and extremely elaborated designs. Well known are the Indian and Chinese blockprints brought back to their old beauty and diffusion by many Fair Trade Projects around the world.
Even though historically well known through out the world, this textile printing technique is today still widely in use mainly in India.
Nevertheless few excellent examples of this skillful artisanal art remain also in Italy. The Stamperia Bertozzi is indeed one of these. Since 1920 they produce

textiles that tell stories
ancient and charming gestures are renewed today, to create unique and personalized pieces, that identify your home and your style.

This is an effort that not simply results in exceptional products but also in the transmission to future generations of a beautiful technique in between art and crafts.

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