The Social Outfit Ethically Made Purse

The Social Outfit Ethically Made Purse

Regular price $59.00
100% of Profits Donated
Social Enterprise
Supports Refugees
Pathways to Work
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Buy this beautiful ethically made purse that not only looks great but also supports our new immigrant and refugee community. This foldover purse by The Social Outfit measures 18cm x 14cm (when folded) – the perfect size for a smart phone, cards, cash, and keys. Made with 100% organic cotton canvas, spliced with donated fabric diverted from landfill.

The Fairfield Bloom Community Print, featuring artwork by 10 Arabic-speaking women from Think+DO Tank’s Seed of Hope group in collaboration with The Social Outfit. Each season they collaborate with artists, designers and their community to create prints exclusive to The Social Outfit. Please note that print placement may vary, as they cut their garments to reduce fabric wastage.

Ethical Refugee & Migrant made – The Social Outfit is a fashion label with a difference. It is an ethical fashion brand that employs and trains people from refugee and new migrant communities. Employment and training is provided for clothing production, retail, design and marketing.

They believe in an Australia where refugees and new migrants are warmly welcomed and settle well, celebrating our diversity and collective skills and strengths. The Social Outfit believes that tapping into the creativity of refugee communities leads to empowerment and social inclusion.

When you buy from The Social Outfit, you are buying more than a product. You are providing support to our refugee and new migrant communities to learn new skills and use these skills in their new home.

The ethical gifts by the Australian Social Enterprises here tackle some big issues. Your purchase helps them work with charities who are experts in the field and they make a difference in the space of empowering and rescuing women, improving human health, reusing items that would have otherwise gone into landfill, providing work and helping people break out of the cycle of poverty.

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