Nude for All aims at redefining the perception of nude.
On our minds is Nude for All, an underwear collection redefining the perception of nude from lingerie brand Naja. Made up of bras, thongs and briefs in seven different shades of ‘nude’, the garments are created to be invisible under anyone’s clothing, regardless of skin tone. Apart from empowering women with design and inclusive campaigns, Naja employs mainly single mothers to manufacture their products, whom they offer a pay above minimum and flexible work hours to help with their childcare needs – as well as women in Colombian slums who craft the complimentary lingerie bags. The brand also make some of their pieces in an eco-conscious fashion from recycled plastic, decorated with prints produced digitally in order to reduce water consumption and the amount of waste water returned to the environment. Read more here.
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