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Profession / role:
MA Student and Designer
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Designer, Student
I am looking to discover or buy
CMT in London and Ghana, possible business parters
About me / About business or organisation:
Into Luxury Ethical Fashion,
and developing Fashion production in Ghana.
Career history / Company history:
Visual Merchandise Manager
Fashion Consultant

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At 16:18 on June 18, 2013, Sarah Richards said…

We are on the lookout for the next big emerging eco fashion designer to take part in our Summer 2013 awards show.

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Please contact us with at least 4 images of your current a/w13 collection and short introduction. There is no cost to showcase at the show.
Deadline for application is 19th June.

At 8:51 on April 2, 2010, George said…
At 10:20 on September 25, 2009, jacqueline said…
hey cloudia
hows things on your side??

still manic :)

just started uni myself - MA ethical fashion
so preparing myself

hope all is well

At 6:30 on September 14, 2009, Udaya Bikram Thapa said…
Hello there Cloudia
Namaste from Nepal! I just wanted to drop you a line about our company, 'Heaven Hemp' here in Kathmandu which I run with my (British) wife. I've been working here in Nepal since 2002 when I set up my own workshop (we have a permanent team of 8) to design manufacture and export ethically produced natural fibre goods - wild hemp, wild nettle, banana, peace silk, wool and bamboo.
We now export clothes, accessories, homeware, fabric and yarn to the UK, Norway, the US, Japan and India. As well as using power-loomed natural fibre blends for our clothes, we also source wild hemp and wild nettle yarn and fabric (naturally organic) from farming families in the hills who hand-spin the yarn and hand-weave it on small looms. We have also just started to design and make our own handloomed fabrics too.
You can see some of our products at, including the new ‘balika’ range of kids' clothes which Rosie (my wife) designed (and my kids modelled!) The site is our wholesale catalogue. We are trying to spread the word about what we do to create interest in our products, create jobs, and to keep the tradition of hand spun yarn and hand loomed cloth alive in Nepal.

Please drop me a line if I can tell you anything more,

Take care
At 14:30 on July 22, 2009, Alex Smith said…
Hi Claudia, thanks for your message, evening was an interesting talk, logistical & transport difficulties and lack of ready market are similar to African sourcing challenges struggles, however different natural resources and skilkls available. Very encouraging stories.
How did the event go at the designers awards?
At 13:35 on July 22, 2009, jacqueline said…
hey cloudia

i have the price list re ghana...also how did your show go?

be good to have a chat on the phone

hope all is going well
At 17:58 on July 8, 2009, Alex Smith said…
Hi Claudia,
nice to see you even if breifly yesterday,
How did you find it and how are you getting on with your sourcing?
At 8:27 on June 30, 2009, jacqueline said…
will let you know re the ghana thing once i meet with the ladies son over the next fortnight...p.s dont forget to register for the africa seminar next month - august 18th and contact portobello business centre for business advice and spk with a great yet busy guy called david jones - you can have a one to one with him
spk soon!
At 12:47 on June 12, 2009, Meaghan Curry said…

Welcome to the Africa Network!

If you have any news, events or information you want to share, please start discussions and engage in dialogue.

Ethical Fashion Forum is trying to build this network to encompass all those interested in sustainable production in Africa, so please encourage interested people to join!

At 13:42 on June 9, 2009, jacqueline said…
great idea...will let others know and see what everyone says..but im definitely there on the 23rd too in the evening


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