Amisha Ghadiali
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At 17:02 on August 23, 2015, stella kwale said…

Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me( ) for the full details.

Have a nice day

Thanks God bless.

Mrs Stella.

At 10:22 on May 23, 2013, VISHAL TRIVEDI said…


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Career history
+14 years of experience in Sourcing and buying directly from Weavers, Coops, Artisans supporting them for fairtrade to earn their livelihoods in rural India. I have base in South India , Central India, North India and in UAE.

Maybe we could team up on something...Looking forward to hearing for you.

Kind Regards,
VIPIN Bhanot
+91 9850407676 ( coming up soon)
At 17:22 on August 10, 2010, ravi maheshwari said…
hi Amisha,
i am working in fabric dyeing,printing & finishing(specially cotton) .
At 13:05 on May 6, 2010, SARETTA said…
Do you know my friend Mark Shearer who also works in the Hub at KX?
At 11:37 on April 2, 2010, George said…
At 14:31 on December 25, 2009, CARMEN TRILLO said…
Hola Amisha, nice to meet you & Happy Christmas!!...on my way to Berlin, I'll keep in touch once I'm back in Madrid.
At 16:28 on October 19, 2009, Kahindo said…
Thanks for the add
At 9:02 on October 7, 2009, Aino Bergman said…
Hi Amisha, thanks for the add. I'm still new here but so exited about the site.

Hope you enjoy my bags at
At 15:51 on October 6, 2009, mario lewis said…
Dear Amisha, I would like to join your networrk of friends.
Kind Regards,

Profile Information

Profession / role:
Jewellery Designer, Creative Activist, Writer
Company / organisation:
Amisha, Think Act Vote, Ecouterre
Website (if you have one):
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Designer, Other
I am looking to discover or buy
Design Opportunities, Interesting people and stories within the Ethical Fashion Movement,
About me / About business or organisation:
Amisha Ghadiali is a creative activist for positive social change, a designer, a campaigner, an entrepreneur and a writer. The motivation running through her work is for us to to live in a more connected and optimistic world, but to have fun whilst we are working towards that.

Amisha has worked within the Ethical Fashion Movement for the past four years, and is passionate about helping us to understand how fashion can change lives.

After working in politics, including both for an MP and a Congressman, Amisha knew she had to find more creative ways to tackle the worlds problems. In 2006 she set up amisha.elegance.rebellion, a socially minded jewellery label, presenting eclectic pieces that embody romance and timeless elegance whilst hinting at the spirit of passion and rebellion that come with just seeing where life takes you…

Amisha means, literally, someone who spreads ‘the sweetest elixir of the heavens’ all around her, and it is this sentiment of vitality she hopes will be instilled and carried in every piece of her jewellery.

Working on her label left her even more curious about the bigger picture and led her to the Ethical Fashion Forum (EFF) where she was Associate Director until July 2010. She started work there as production manager for the RE:Fashion Awards 2008, the world’s first award ceremony celebrating ethical fashion.

At the EFF she played a key role on strategy of the organisation worked worked on various projects. This included co-ordinating the Spotlight on Sourcing event series and launching the Ethical Fashion Forum’s international online network, which now has over 4000 active members from all over the world.

Amisha now works with fashion brands helping them understand the complete picture when it comes to bringing sustainability into their businesses, and advising them on how to increase their presence on-line.

In addition to this Amisha writes about ethical fashion and is the ‘girl across the pond’ for US based

In early 2010 with the election looming in the UK, Amisha set up the Think Act Vote Campaign, to inspire us to think positively about the future and understand how what we do on a daily basis shapes our world. Having worked on more traditional campaigns including the iconic Make Poverty History, she realised that there was an opportunity to run Think Act Vote as a creative campaign building sustainability into the core.

Amisha is passionate about how we can all work together to find innovative solutions that can tackle our World’s problems. She works freelance on different projects that fit her values, including working as a host at the Hub Kings Cross.

Having worked for herself and small growing organisations, Amisha has learnt how to deliver on all aspects of the business. Her passions and strengths are in Communications, Digital Technology, Sustainability, Events and Creative Thinking.

Amisha regularly speaks at events and conferences about her work and about ethical fashion in general. This has included hosting an ethical fashion show at the William Morris Gallery, working with schools & universities and being interviewed at the music festival Vintage at Goodwood.

Outside of work, Amisha loves scuba diving, and is a supporter of the arts and cultural industries including film, theatre and music. She loves to travel and has had amazing adventures in places such as Palestine, Bulgaria, Iceland, Latin America and India. (Hurry up solar-powered planes!)
Career history / Company history:
My background is in politics and International Development, and I am currently on the Youth Management Committee for Compass, the think tank and pressure group for the democratic left.

In case you are interested – here are some of my perivious roles: •Studied BA Politics and Parliamentary Studies at Leeds University •Wrote my dissertation on the rise of consumerism and the demise of youth participation •Worked on the 2004 Kerry Presidential Election Campaign and for Congressman Cardin (now Senator) •Worked for John Battle MP and on the 2005 Election Campaign •Volunteered on Make Poverty History Campaign •Led a Project in the Rhonda Valley for UNA Exchange •Volunteered at Rodopski Pansion, an orphanage for teenagers in Bulgaria •Volunteered with CEDRO on a community project in Shanty Town -Villa Maria, Peru •Interned with Citizenship Foundation, Peaceworkers UK and Futerra.

Amisha Ghadiali's Blog

Let's Make 2012 The Year Of The Sustainable Wardrobe with my Rules To Dress By

Posted on January 3, 2012 at 17:19 1 Comment

As we start 2012, to help you make your wardrobe sustainable, we launch the 12 Rules To Dress By Poster and Wardrobe Shopping Checklist!

I have been following these Rules To Dress By since 2008 when I started working in the Ethical Fashion industry as part of the team on the RE:Fashion Awards, and then later for the Ethical Fashion…


Tales of Things - The Future of Fashion

Posted on April 8, 2011 at 10:33 0 Comments

I have just written a blog post about the Tales of Things and what it could mean for ethical fashion. You can read it here.

Looking for somebody to represent my label at pure

Posted on February 6, 2011 at 20:06 0 Comments

I am looking for somebody who can represent my jewellery label - amisha.elegance.rebellion at Pure Women's Wear trade show Sun 13th til Tues 15th Feb. You need to be trustworthy and confident, with experience of trade shows. 


Please e-mail me by 12pm Monday 7th Feb if you are interested -

A Year In My Wardrobe – Ethical Fashion in Practice and New Year Resolutions

Posted on December 30, 2010 at 11:30 0 Comments

Read about my personal journey through ethical fashion in 2010, what I bought and why, plus 12 Ethical Fashion New Years Resolutions that you can easily take on for 2011. Read the post…


Fashion's Night In

Posted on October 31, 2010 at 22:42 0 Comments

It's's Fashion's Night In. You can get yourself some bargains between 5pm - midnight (GMT) on Mon 1st Nov. Many ethical brands are taking part including Tara Starlet and Think Boutique.

I am offering 20% off on my jewellery through my online shop. Check here for more…


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