Introducing: Sobremesa by Greenheart.Time to take an exclusive first look 👀 into the handmade lifestyle brand that prides itself on being fair trade redefined. The word ‘sobremesa’ means ‘over the table,’ and is inspired by the Spaniards’ tradition of lingering after a meal to savor the conversation and company of others.
October is a month that shows how much people care — about other people, about living beings, about our food and about the planet. Fair Trade Month is a time to spread the word about who and where our products come from. This means putting the spotlight on challenges like unsafe working conditions and debt slaveries while celebrating the brands and artisans that are doing things differently.
It takes time to spin fibers, naturally dye threads, and turn it all into a handwoven textile. A lot of time. Fabrics aren't commonly produced in this way because it's slow, expensive and complicated. But for CRUDO, it’s a labor of love and the best approach for a thoughtful, sustainable textile. The end result is nothing less than a true reflection of the process, a piece for your home with depth and authenticity with the help of some innovative artisan partners in Guatemala.
What pops into mind? URSA Textiles.Delicate details with strong statements and aKind Collectivefavorite.If you are looking for a contemporary ethical fashion brand...you've found it.URSA Textiles is an artisan-made design label in Buenos Aires and a personal project by US-native / Argentine transplant Elizabeth Gleeson.
Welcome, Chabi Chic! If you haven't heard of it, you have been missing out. Kind Collectivehas been patiently waiting for this order to come in (it was a long journey from Morocco - there were some hiccups along the way - but it made it!), and it is finally time to showcase some of the beautiful gems behind the women-owned brand.