It’s estimated that approximately 2.5 billion people around the world live in poverty. Women are typically poorer and have fewer options for earning a livelihood to provide adequate food, housing and education. They are also often the ‘change agents’ and are more likely to invest their earnings into improving the lives of their families.
One Another works with collectives located in India, Nepal, South Africa and South America, helping provide safe, stable employment with fair pay to over 40 artisans.
By combining their traditional artisan skills with our classic designs, we are helping empower them to rise above poverty and dream new dreams for themselves and their families.
Our textiles all have a label that is hand-signed by the embroiderer or weaver who made them, because we believe that ‘behind every product is a person’.