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Jewellery and accessories Fellowship 500 members

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

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Jewellery and accessories Fellowship 500 members

ABURY

Profile: ABURY seeks, preserves and distributes exclusive, authentic handicrafts from all over the world. The label kicked of with “Berberbags”, traditionally handcrafted leather bags. In cooperation with Moroccan artisans and international designers. The projects carried out by ABURY support the preservation of cultural variety and create opportunities for work. 50% of the profits are returned to support the local community.

Pioneering in: Artisinal handicraft and leather accessories.

Fellowship sector: Accessories.

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ABURY

Apoccas

Profile: APOCCAS (Ancient Power on Cashmere, Cotton & Silk) is a lifestyle brand and living concept. It spans hand-woven cloth products from scarves to sofa throws, releasing as its main drivers, colours and ancient wisdoms to promote greater well-being in everyday life – from maker to wearer. With all of their designs made by village artisans in Thailand, APOCCAS embraces social awareness and works in harmony with people and planet. A significant percentage of the company’s profits is earmarked to be reinvested in select rural community projects to help foster traditional craftsmanship.

Pioneering in: Community improvement and preservation of artisanal techniques.

Fellowship sector: Accessories and jewellery.

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Apoccas

East Fourth Street

Profile: East Fourth Street is a sustainable interpretation of luxury jewellery. Designed by Susan Crow, collections are handcrafted in the U.S. using recycled gold, sterling silver and recycled or fair trade ethically-mined diamonds and gemstones. East Fourth Street is produced with low-impact, environmentally conscious practices and is committed to ethical sourcing and equal rights.

Pioneering in: One of the first to use fair trade gold in the US market.

Fellowship sector: Jewellery.

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East Fourth Street

Fount of Mercy

Profile: Fount of Mercy builds indigenous African organizations’ capacity to provide educational and vocational opportunities for the orphans, vulnerable children and caregivers in their communities. Fount builds said capacity through technical support, resource mobilization and grant making in the following four program areas: educational development, vocational development, health education and organization development. Fount work to build the capacity for local indigenous organisations who are exhausting their means to provide for their community. A project that helps achieve this is the collaboration with The Go Exhange, 12 Ugandan artisans have been employed to create hand-bahtiked scarfs for a fall 2013 collection.

Pioneering in: Providing opportunities to children care givers in developing countries.

Fellowship sector: Organisation.

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Fount of Mercy

Chloe Haywood London

Profile: Chloe Haywood London designs and manufactures all her designs in the UK and uses fair trade, up-cycled, bi-products, GOTS certified and recycled fabrics and materials in her luxury hats and headpieces. Hatastic! has been featured in Vogue, Elle, The Times and recently won BTAA ‘Made in Britain’ Fashion Accessory of the Year 2015.

Pioneering in: Hats and accessories made from sustainable materials.

Fellowship sector: Accessories.

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Chloe Haywood London

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

LULEA

Profile: Chesneau are a luxury leather bag producer founded by designer Edmond Chesneau. As a designer Edmond has won many accolades and awards, including the ‘Accessory Designer of the Year ‘ at Dublin Fashion week in 2008. He is currently working to create a sustainable ecosystem in Kenya, which will address every aspect of Chesneau’s supply chain.

Pioneering in: Sustainable supply chains in Kenya.

Fellowship sector: Accessories.

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LULEA

Lydali

Profile: Lydali has built an online collection of beautiful things found in remote areas of the globe.Their mission is to share beautiful, ethical products and the stories of the artisans and designers who make them. Their company vision is a world where every consumer is empowered to change the way the global economy works, bringing opportunity to craftspeople all over the world.

Pioneering in: Ethical products made by craftsmen around the globe.

Fellowship sector: Jewellery and accessories.

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Lydali

Mata Traders

Profile: Mata Traders design mixes old-fashioned processes with fashion-forward silhouettes and color palettes. Most Mata fabrics are made using craft traditions such as hand loom weaving and hand block printing. Mata clothing and jewelry are handmade by members of fair trade women’s cooperatives and artisan groups in India and Nepal, and their work is a way out of poverty and a better future for their children. Mata means ‘mother’ in Hindi, and their fashion is a tribute to the female shakti power in all of us.

Pioneering in: Improving livelihoods and preserving traditional fabric production techniques.

Fellowship sector: Womenswear and accessories / Supply.

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Mata Traders

numa

Profile: numa is a collection of exclusive fashion and lifestyle accessories focusing on design with sustainability in mind. Combining hand-made details and precious materials, numa collection offers unique and versatile jewels, bags and accessories. numa provides revenues to 12 independent artisans in Tunisia and uses sustainable materials. Sold in Europe and Middle East, worn by discerning men and women and identified by several trend agencies including WGSN and Nelly Rodi.

Pioneering in: Sustainable fashion in Tunisia with an ethical design platform.

Fellowship sector: Accessories.

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numa

One Colour

Profile: Founded in 2007, One Colour is a Brisbane based company that specializes in importing accessories, toys and garments from Kenya and South Africa to Australia and globally (on a smaller scale). Aiming to tackle extreme poverty, whilst sourcing cotton from Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, One Colour incorporates eco-friendly and fair working practices throughout their supply chain. The company works particularly hard to challenge and educate the Australian customer about where and by whom their products are made.

Pioneering in: Trade links between East and South Africa and Australia.

Fellowship sector: Sourcing / Awareness raising.

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One Colour

Raven + Lily

Profile: Raven + Lily is a socially responsible brand dedicated to empowering women through design partnerships and sustainable economic opportunities. It was created as a platform to utilize those passions to alleviate poverty among women. In addition to creating sustainable economic opportunities for marginalized women, Raven + Lily is dedicated to returning proceeds to their partner communities to fund education, healthcare, and micro-loans.

Pioneering in: Breaking the cycle of poverty and transforming the lives of women and families.

Fellowship sector: Gifts and accessories.

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Raven + Lily

SeeMe

Profile: SeeMe produce hand-made jewellery pieces, created by victims of domestic violence in Ankara. Designed by Giovanna Villani, an Italian designer with over twenty years of experience in this industry, SeeMe’s profits are entirely devoted to the improvement of life conditions and socio-economic development of disadvantaged women and victims of domestic violence in this region. Each piece is designed to tell the story behind its’ production.

Pioneering in: Emancipation and empowerment of women.

Fellowship sector: Accessories / Jewellery.

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SeeMe

Shopanthropic

Profile: Shopanthropic is where high quality designer products meet social change locally and globally. They offer on trend ‘feel good’ designer products that are ethically-made, fair trade or eco-friendly. Many of the artisans they work with, are women from some of the most deprived and disadvantaged communities, however, Shopanthropic provides a platform for the artisans to better their lives and their communities.

Pioneering in: Unique creativity made ethically.

Fellowship sector: Jewellery and accessories.

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Shopanthropic

Fashion and Compassion

Profile: The vision of Fashion & Compassion is to transform communities through holistic economic empowerment that brings dignity and opportunity to individuals who have been caught in a web of poverty and injustice as they heal spiritually, emotionally & physically. Fashion & Compassion connects caring consumers with vulnerable women artisans to bring dignity through economic opportunity.

Pioneering in: Connecting communities with beauty and dignity.

Fellowship sector: Jewellery and accessories.

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Fashion and Compassion

ivi

Profile: ‘ivi’ aims at creating environmentally friendly, cruelty free leather products made in their in-house studio located in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. All products are made from ethically sourced kangaroo leather that is tanned in Australia using vegetable dyes. Every piece is created with the idea that it should last a lifetime. This is why they focus on slow local production that is based on constructing each item by hand using only non-electrical hand-operated machines or old school leather stitching techniques.

Pioneering in: Cruelty free leather accessories.

Fellowship sector: Leather accessories.

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ivi

Mako by me

Profile: Mako by Me offers digitally printed home ware items, bespoke services such as custom print designs and consultancy services has been a progressive step into helping others in their endeavour to grow their printing ethically.

Pioneering in: Digital print home ware and print consultancy.

Fellowship sector: Accessories.

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Mako by me

Paguro

Profile: Working with small artisans producers, Paguro offers a range of stylish and practical bags, jewellery and accessories. All of the products are made by hand using recycled and repurposed materials. The recycled rubber of inner tubes for bags, wallets and jewellery are used. The material represents an ethical and vegan alternative to leather, and the different textures of the inner tubes make every product unique. Paguro fights fast fashion giving materials a second life.

Pioneering in: Upcycled design-led fashion accessories.

Fellowship sector: Accessories

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Paguro