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Bixti.com.ar is an e commerce site focused on the creative industries. Allows you to buy and sell designer goods arts and crafts on the Internet. It is the optimal space in terms of simplicity meeting for commercialization and monetization of such products for both sellers and buyers.
Desert Artisans Handicrafts Pvt. Ltd. (DAH) is a handicrafts production outsourcing companyrnwhich aims to create an innovative model for a corporate intermediary that can aggregate ruralrnartisans while assuring a market that pays fair prices for traditional Indian craftsmanship.rnAavishkaar invested into DAH Jaipur and DAH Bhuj two of the six companies that split off fromrntheir parent entity (DAH) in 2007. Put together the two companies are owned by over 2000rnartisans and have grown significantly in terms of artisan outreach product design and sales volumesrnin the last three years.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Irela
Vogue USA named us as one of the three designers that 'prove ethical fashion doesn't need to be drab' for Earth Day 2017. https//www.vogue.com/article/sustainable fashion forward designers to know earth day Refinery29 included us among the 15 brands featured in thier Ethical Gift Guide 2017. http//www.refinery29.uk/ethical gift guide Established by Paola Masperi Mayamiko The Label is an ethical and sustainable womenswear and life style brand producing clothes accessories and homeware lovingly made in Malawi by our team of tailors pattern cutters and seamstresses. Our collections are cross seasonal and are inspired by African artisanal traditions and prints with ethical trading and sustainability at our core. Our collections are designed for the global modern woman while giving ode to their birthplace through the use of traditional African techniques and local printed fabrics locally referred to as Chitenje. As we continue to grow our vision is to bring you a lovingly designed selection of unique products made by handpicked artisans all over the globe. At the moment you can choose from embroidery from Sri Lanka handloom from Myanmar reclaimed jewellery from Laos and upcycled silk from Italy. Visit our Products page for more information. We strongly believe that ethical and sustainable production is the only acceptable way of producing and feel that shopping ethically should not compromise the quality or design of the product but rather enhance and add value to it. We are advocate of the use of technology to support sustainable development and are working on a number of initiatives in this space. Mayamiko works in partnership with Mayamiko Trust a charity that aims to help the most disadvantaged people in Malawi by nurturing their creative talents and turning them in to sustainable activities that could be transferable to trade practices. Lifting people out of poverty and towards a better future.
United States of America
The pura vida lifestyle is embodied by the enjoyment of a life lived slowly the celebration of good fortune and the refusal to take anything for granted. It's about being free and living life to the fullest it's an attitude