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Giving Back is the New Black: Check Out These Brands That Look Good & Do Good!

Giving Back is the New Black: Check Out These Brands That Look Good & Do Good!

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Elegantees
Just like the Noor Tagouris clothing line, Elegantees aids in preventing sex trafficking (specifically in Nepal). The unique part about their brand is that the items sold are made by human trafficking survivors who are taught how to sew in a completely safe environment. It provides them a place for recovery, a sense of safety, and a secure job. The company’s mission statement is to be “a positive source of income that reinforces independence, a healthy self-image, and confidence restores lives one elegant tee at a time.”
So join the movement, and help change the face of fashion. You’ll look good, and do good.  Helping others will never go out of style!

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  • All of this is great, but how much of it is purely marketing? What about all of these retailer’s supply chain worker in the developing world that work in horrible work conditions for slavery salaries… and what about all of the deaths that have occurred under their watch.. burning factories, collapsed buildings.. theses corporations (Zara, H&M, PRIMARK..) are rarely held accountable and people continue to support this slavery by believing that the world is a better place thanks to these corporations and their “giving back” initiatives. Its important to read past the advertising. Ask yourself who is making these clothing, what is their life like?

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