New artisan cooperative Magda Made is shining light on artisans in Colombia. Read on to hear more about the brand.
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Rachel Ross and Averie Floyd, power team behind Guatemala-based sustainable clothing brand Casa Flor designs, talk textile production in Guatemala and what it means to be an ethical clothing brand in today's world.
Thread Caravan has partnered with modern heirloom artisan brand, The Rise, to offer their Indiegogo campaign supporters a custom artisan adventure in Guatemala.
Thread Caravan has teamed up with bridal gown designer Claudia Toffano to help kickstart her new artisan brand. Support the artisans and brand launch by going on an artisan adventure with us in Cuetzalan, Mexico!
During Thread Caravan's recent scouting trip to Cuba, we had the opportunity to collaborate with artisan brand Anaak Collection, taking photos of their new pieces in some stunning Cuban settings. During the process, we got to connect with Anaak founder and designer Marissa Maximo, diving deeper into the brand's story, Marissa's travel history, and their current Mission Fundraiser. Have a peek at our conversation below.
Proud Mary's dedication to preserving traditional artisan craft, paired with their ability to apply traditional craft techniques to more modern silhouettes is quite admirable for us here at Thread Caravan. We caught up with Proud Mary founder + designer, Harper Poe, to learn more about the artisans she works with, the obstacles and rewards of running an artisan business and which of her travels inspire her the most.
The fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world after agriculture. On top of this, it's killing many people each year, keeping children from going to school, not paying workers fair wages, appropriating culture and promoting unrealistic body image. There is a solution; we just have to be part of it. Read on to learn how you can join the ethical fashion movement.
Interview with designer Jacqueline Lopez of Jaline, inquiring about her design process and work with textiles handwoven in Oaxaca.
Interview with designer Helmi Mannil explaining her inspiration for her brand Jaguarundi and the significance of their motto "Latin America United".
Inspired by deserted islands, Vena Kim's clothing line Maridadi Trading leaves wearers feeling ready for the wind to be whipping their hand-dyed dresses on the beach. We caught up with Vena to hear more about her creative process.
Thread Caravan chat with Patrimonio Inmaterial about what it means to preserve intangible heritage and how they are working towards that goal.