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and
WE’RE INDEPENDENTLY-OWNED, ETHICAL & SUSTAINABLE FASHION RETAILERS BASED IN DENVER & LOS ANGELES.

BLACK FRIDAY IS
RIDICULOUS.

While we love the holiday season and enjoy shopping for our friends and families, as ethical clothing advocates, we cannot, in good conscience, fully participate in Black Friday without participating in exploitative labor practices regularly used by the fast fashion industry, especially to meet holiday demand.

SAVE THE DATE

NOV. 25th

Our websites will redirect here, where we’ll offer just one handmade item and donate half the gross income to the Dressember Foundation.
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THE LINDA SCARF

Handwoven in Takeo Province, Cambodia.

COST BREAKDOWN

DONATED
LABOR + MATERIALS
SHIPPING
PROFIT*

TOTAL PRICE: $50

* The $9 profit will be split 50/50 by MadeFAIR and Bead & Reel.

WHO MADE IT

Discover who, where, and how 2016’s
Ethical Black Friday scarf was made.

IMPACT

$25 of each scarf sold will be donated to the Dressember Foundation, a collaborative movement leveraging fashion and creativity to restore dignity to all women.

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