Firefly Accessories adds new Fair Trade fashion accessories from Cambodia

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Firefly Accessories adds new line of Fair Trade products to their ecommerce shop. Glasgow, UK, March 1, 2012 : Firefly Accessories announces the addition of new Fair Trade fashion accessories from Cambodia to their online product catalogue. The new range of Fair Trade silk accessories includes handcrafted scarves, toiletry bags and handbags. The accessories are made by members of the World Fair Trade Organisation.

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Fair Fashion Cambodia eco fashion Fair Trade women worker's rightsBeyond The Garment Factory’s Floor from savann.oeurm on Vimeo. Sometimes people think that covering and promoting eco fashion is frivolous. This is why it’s not.

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And in an age of fast fashion, yes, even wedding dresses are made with cheap, polluting fabrics and sewn by women (and maybe even children) not paid a fair wage. Hundreds of wedding dress designers around the world are using upcycled and sustainable fabrics to make wedding dresses, as well as local or in-house production, and fair-trade practices. The company is currently applying for fair trade recognition.

Aussie designer, Cambodian women create wearable products out of spent bomb shells


The innovative designer works with fair trade artisans in Cambodia to recycle leftover Khmer Rouge bomb shells and turn them into wearable products. Based out of Cambodia, the project involves taking the help of women artisans at a cooperate to create the Simi bag. Since it falls under fair trade, the training project helps the artisans maintain an income while helping upscale otherwise useless spent bomb shells.

Edge of Ember: Simply Chic Jewelry That Supports South and Southeast Asian Women

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In a few of the pieces, for example, brass studs are created from recycling bombshells left behind by the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. Designer Lynette Ong (she’s from Singapore) came up with the idea for the jewelry line during her travels around Asia, where she noticed both the need for fair work for women as well as important and beautiful local variations on traditional craftsmanship. Edge of Ember jewelry is more than meets the eye.