Instagram travel pair @handzaround took ENAT on tour around the world and we're so jealous of their travels.
Anyone noticed the rising tide recently? Thanks to the wonderful community of conscious fashion bloggers and supporters out to tell the world about the alternative way to shop, the buzz is becoming audibly louder. It's so exciting! Compathy is one of the newest blogs/resources and we're honored to be part of their resource page featuring brands that, as they put it, "make the world a brighter place." Head over to the site to see all of our fellow conscious brands and get a head start on those holiday gifts!
Ethiopian Airline's inflight magazine, Selamta, talks conscious leather goods in Ethiopia this month. We're honored to have been featured amongst amazing businesses and initiatives working in this industry. The story does a fantastic job shining a light on this important and growing sector in Ethiopia. Make sure to check out the piece to learn more! Find the article on Selamta.com or, if you're lucky enough, while flying to Addis and beyond! xx Eliza + Olivia
Tell stories is good. That's why we absolutely loved telling our story on the fashion-for-good power house, Sevenly's, new blog that gives indie conscious brands a platform to do so. (PS if you haven't heard about their model, check them out! They help causes all over the world fundraise and create awareness through advocacy apparel and accessories.) You'll hear a bit more about how we started, how we met Daniel (yeah, that^^ fella), and our personal inspiration for starting ENAT in the first place...all the way down to preschool connections. Read the full story on The Good Feed
This week’s ENAT Ethical Fashion Digest takes you on a brief tour of the world of ethical fashion — and we can’t contain our excitement as appreciation for conscious clothing gains momentum on an international scale. In the interest of celebrating the rise of fair fashion, here’s some of the most interesting reads from the past two weeks. Thanks for following along, Eliza + Olivia (Want this in your inbox next time? Drop us your email and we'll send it your way) Love local? — The US clothing industry relies on the help of immigrants, and much of our skilled workforce is responsible for products made close to home. It’s safe to say we’re digging this side of globalization. (Via...