By Moon Jerin
This georgious hand crafted cuff is made by Maasai women in Tanzania with white glass beads and salvaged grain bags.
Nomadic Berber families in and around Morocco have made Boucherouite carpets since the 1960’s.
Bibi Hanum creates traditional and contemporary clothing using hand woven ikat fabric from master craftsmen in Uzbekistan.
Fabulous wide leg pants 100% made in the USA by Jessica Faulkner for Orange Harp.
Heartwear is a non-profit that collaborates with artisans from around the world, supporting them in producing in greater scale without compromising their skills, culture or the environment they live in.
Forget the stereotypes. Meet the young Native Americans who are taking a stand with music, art and social media. 7th Generation Rises.
Pants To Poverty Vintage Chapter Shoot in Poplar, London.
Pants to Poverty’s Fashion Revolution Collection 2014.
Developed in partnership with Narciso Rodriquez, Bottleop’s signature Tranca Mistura braiding technique blends metal with leater in a unique and complex weave structure.
The B.Yellowtail collection is named the “Mighty Few” after Bethany Yellowtail’s home district on the Crow nation.
Designed by DKNY and created by hand at the Bottletop atelier in Salvador, Brazil, Stephanie is the new ‘must have’ handbag.
Stella Jean’s collaboration with the Ethical Fashion Initiative (ITC), working with traditional hand loomed Burkino Faso fabrics.