Our kind of it-bag

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by adakallgren on 14 June, 2015

Made by artisans in Kenya, the bags have encouraged skill development and the growth of sustainable business rather than aid dependency for ten years.

On our minds is Vivienne Westwood’s Africa bag collection, instated in collaboration with the Ethical Fashion Initiative, which celebrates its 10th season anniversary this year. Made by artisans in Kenya, the bags have encouraged skill development and the growth of sustainable business rather than aid dependency throughout the seasons and been promoted alongside the other Vivienne Westwood lines in advertising campaigns, runway shows and in-store. To highlight the anniversary, a special edition 10th anniversary bag collection has been produced featuring the recurring squiggle print and the designer’s signature activist messages on issues such as climate change and waste. See the collection here.


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