1. ABLE: A lifestyle brand focused on ending generational poverty by working with women who have often overcome extraordinary circumstances. They manufacture directly in the communities they wish to impact, both locally and globally, creating jobs and ending the cycle of charity dependency.
  2. ByTavi: The BYTAVI line is produced under fair trade trade principles by a team of talented seamstresses in Cambodia where poverty is widespread. The production process is not hurried or pressured. It is fair. Each seamstress receives a fair wage at the end of the week. It is safe. Each staff member and seamstress is valued as a person as we maintain a safe and holistic work environment.
  3. Ellegantees: Their dream is that girls in Nepal will no longer be viewed as a commodity.  Their bodies should not be sold for any reason.  Human trafficking continues because Nepal has little economic opportunity.  They believe providing meaningful jobs to women recovered from trafficking will allow them to remain free for life. 
  4. LizAlig: Started before sustainable or ethical clothing became a buzz word, so the way that they consciously choose the people who make their clothes and the raw materials they use are ingrained into their brand.  Their goal from the beginning is to create effortless clothing that is produced ethically from fabric to sewing. 
  5. MataTraders: Fair trade clothing and accessories made by the hands of artisans in India and Nepal. Every item they sell is an original piece, and many incorporate craft traditions that date back centuries, such as block printing and embroidery. Their artisans come from rural areas, tribal villages, and urban slums, but they all want the same thing – the chance to earn a fair wage and lift their families and communities out of poverty.
  6. Yobel Market: Their mission is to empower and promote the value of exploited, displaced and impoverished people groups of the world through the development of sustainable economic opportunities. 
  7. Purpose Jewelry: Your purchase changes lives by providing freedom for young women  escaping human trafficking. 100% of proceeds go to International Sanctuary, a nonprofit that provides employment, education, medical care and counseling.
  8. Root Collective: They understand and have also seen the impact that can be made through purchases of shoes and accessories that make a better life for the artisans who make them by providing much needed jobs. They believe that women are incredibly powerful. Women are responsible for 85% of household spending and therefore hold the key to using their money to create change in the world. This is about more than a pair of shoes or a bag. This is about changing the world for the better.
  9. SakSaum: A ministry dedicated to the rescue, restoration, transformation and rehabilitation of vulnerable and exploited women and men.  A self sustaining ministry that believes in the union of powerful, life changing outreach with effective excellent business. 
  10. Starfish Jewelry: Restoring hope to exploited women in Asia. They provide life-changing opportunities through Holistic Care Programs and a social enterprise where women create beautiful jewelry and become managers, accountants, graphic designers, and photographers.

These brands are in no particular order, we love them all the same! Check out Adored Boutique and www.adoredboutique.com for a variety of selections from all of these empowering brands!