Background: Fair Fashion.

If you as a consumer to purchase a garment fashionable but also fair, it is recommended to monitor for the durable Made-By label. Made-By is an overarching brand with which clothing brands show that they are working with sustainably produced clothing. Made-By started in October 2004 in Netherlands with Kuyichi and Imps & Elfs. In the meantime so ‘ n thirty brands connected, not only from Netherlands. These brands meet certain criteria. They are willing to contribute to a sustainable production process, they prefer organic cotton and to sew factories with a social code of conduct. The clothing of the connected brands can be recognized by the blue button. Sometimes you’ll find that on the outside of a label, sometimes on a ‘ carelabel ‘ on the inside. Kuyichi, founded by Solidaridad, is a real trendsetter. Since 2001 this brand is engaged in the manufacturing of organic clothing. Kuyichi pays the farmers of organic cotton 30% more than the market price for ordinary cotton. The working conditions in the workshops and factories are good. If you read the number of the type on the internet site of Kuyichi clothing, you see where the garment comes from and what happens to it. Made-By clothing brands coming in more and more places available, not only special stores like Whoopee’s in Rotterdam, but also at H & M, C & A and HEMA. The Made-By brands are now available in 1500 stores in Netherlands and this number is still increasing. All brands have a website with a ‘ storelocator ‘, where you can search for the nearest shop on place name. Made-By is currently the borders and is putting in place a global concept are. One of the brands is Made-By Mim-Pi. MIM-Pi means ‘ ‘ dreams in the Balinese. Founder and designer of Mim-Pi Leonora nieuwenhuizen: ‘ girls should be a Princess can feel and can dream of an enchanting world. With that idea I designed each collection: dreamy, sweet, girlish. I think it is important that children can still be children. I like to work therefore with special details and colors, because this is what appeals to them. ‘ Mim-Pi helps women in India to support by their homework project in Ludhiana. The women who are pregnant or have just given birth need not to work outside the home, but they can do that at home. The summer collection of 2008 of Mim-Pi enlivened by their crochet colored flowers, butterflies and hearts. See www.mim-pi.com (also illustrations available for this article, if desired). Also the micro-credit organization Oikocredit participates. Beginning this year, the British fair trade fashion brand People Tree a loan of ¬£ 500,000 Sterling that will be paid in 2 installments. With this money can provide the Organization advances go to producer groups from all over the world. The hip designers team of People Tree makes for years the most beautiful clothing for men, women, children and babies. Founder Safia Minney, London-residing daughter of a Swiss mother and a father from Mauritius: ‘ I am very very happy with the participation of Oikocredit. It gives us the opportunity to present our fair trade method to an even higher level. ‘ Oikocredit’s responsible manager Stephan Harpe expects the close link that People Tree has with producers of organic materials in terms of both investment and social effects will yield a high return. See also: virtusa

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