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Childrenswear Fellowship 500 members

Please find listed below childrenswear members of the FELLOWSHIP 500. Profiles are regularly added to this list.

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Childrenswear Fellowship 500 members

Cream & Co

Profile: Cream & Co is an online store dedicated to bringing you an ethically sourced range of clothing, bed linen and towels. All products are ethically sourced in organic cotton and bamboo. Cream & Co uses looks for companies who are certified by SKA, a non profit organisation that certifies organic and ethical production along side the Soil Association and many others.

Pioneering in: Sourcing organic cotton and bamboo products.

Fellowship sector: Womenswear, menswear and childrenswear.

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Cream & Co

Dhana EcoKids

Profile: Dhana EcoKids is a lifestyle eco-brand for kids, made using only 100% certified organic cotton and carcinogen-free, eco-friendly dyes. The facility where Dhana™ apparel is produced conforms to the Social Accountability Standard SA 8000. Dhana EcoKids apparel is also GOTS-certified.

Pioneering in: Production of sustainable, ethical and organic childrenswear.

Fellowship sector: Childrenswear.

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Dhana EcoKids

Eternal Creation

Profile: Fair trade label Eternal Creation works in the Himalayas with Tibetan refugees and Indian artisans. The company produces tailored fashion for men, women and children. Employing over 70 staff that span Tibetan, Nepali and Indian cultures, Eternal Creation’s cooperatives encompass Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim faiths and work to improve livelihoods across many areas.

Pioneering in: Commitment to cooperative production.

Fellowship sector: Supply and fair trade.

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Eternal Creation

Kampala Fair

Profile: Founder and Creative Director Mette Islandi founded Kampala Fair as a way of providing decent working conditions, skill development and a secure future to people in Uganda. The company remains transparent by offering tours of their workshop to tourists and locals. Kampala Fair employs 8 women and 3 men, and is working to bring its ethos and products to an international audience.

Pioneering in: Providing fair employment under ethical working conditions.

Fellowship sector: Womenswear and childrenswear / Accessories.

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Kampala Fair

Mantis World

Profile: Mantis World is an ethical clothing manufacturer that offers a range of high quality, fashionable adult, kids and baby garments along with a 100% GOTS certified Organic Cotton range. Working with manufacturing partners in Tanzania, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Turkey, Mantis World’s Special Production service produces bespoke garments for customers. All factories are audited against social standards such as BSCI and all the fabrics used are Oeko-Tex certified ensuring no harmful dyes or substances are used at any stage of production.

Pioneering in: Progressive environmental practices, and improving social standards

Region: UK/Europe/International

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Mantis World

SuperNatural Collections

Profile: SuperNatural Collections strives to produce ethically manufactured children’s and baby clothing always using organic and eco fabrics.
The collections include: babyblack – black organic cotton onesies, baby grows and beanie hats; SuperNatural Kids – cool and stylish organic cotton and modal children’s clothing; Afro Supa Hero – Tees, bibs and super-hero capes produced for the the unique and extremely funky Afro Supa Hero brand using organic cotton, bamboo and modal.

Pioneering in: Sustainably sourced baby and childrenswear.

Fellowship sector: Childrenswear

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