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The Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF) is based at the London College Fashion. The CSF aims to challenge, provoke and question the fashion status quo.
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Hi Centre for Sustainable Fashion, If you are interested in sourcing crafts or specific information about materials directly from the artisans producing them , please keep in touch with us, Handicrafts from Colombia will be present in the only specialized Craft Fair in Latin America from 6th Dec to 19th Dec 2012 in Corferias, Bogota. We are aiming to give consultancy to artisan communities in ethical design and facilitating a marketing platform for them to promote products in the UK and connecting Colombian Artisans with buyers. https://www.facebook.com/events/344313758999331/.
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On organic cotton natural pigment dyes extracted from fresh plant and no timber sources available as forest waste and the tribal workers in deep jungle are creative used by us to ethnic way produce 5 color Bio Sheath and Garments made on that fabric is now called Health rich garments . These 5 ethnic colors form a bio shield to 5 micro cosomes in human body as identified by our live scientists some 2000 years ago . Now research held on this and probiotics is manufactures used in food to resist diseases . Low cost tribal textile medicine is creatively adapted and science and faith blend is now brought in Bio Sheaths .
Here are the 5 ethnic Indian traditional colors . Based on this we have developed some 108 colors in organic cotton .
We launch our new UK based ethical fashion womenswear label Maiya with our debut collection for Spring/Summer 2012.
'MORALFIBRE - We are very pleased to let you know that recently we received a funding from the Indian Govt. Textiles for ‘Integrated Skill Development Programme’ for skill upgradation of 5000 artisans in hand spinning, weaving and processing in Gujarat, India. This is a 5 years programme and we are of course, very excited about it. This will give us an opportunity to develop even superior fabrics and contribute to increasing earning power of the artisans.
'MORALFIBRE frees the environment from pollution and depletion and frees people from poverty.'
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