Just launched, the 2017 Tearfund and BWA Ethical Fashion Guide - Aimed at helping people shop with a clear conscience, the Ethical Fashion Guide ranks companies according to their policies, workers’ rights, and commitment to fair trade. In the light of the New Zealand Governments announcement of a $2 billion package to address the... Continue Reading →
Freeset's Gateway Campaign, which aims to fund a building in the heart of Kolkata's red light district that will become an incubator for small businesses to give freedom to women in the sex trade, has recently celebrated a huge milestone. The purchase and renovation of a property at the entrance to Sonagacchi, Kolkkata's largest red... Continue Reading →
We are super excited to announce that we have 35 stockists of our bags, tees and accessories accross Australia! Our retailers play an important role in our story of #FreedomHopeRespect for the women that we work with in India. See below for the retailer closest to you where you can purchase our fair trade, organic apparel!
Calling all creatives, designers, illustrators, dreamers and drawers! ENTER THE BLANKS PROJECT HERE A few years back we met two of the most inspirational, creative and genuine people - Wills and Indigo who head up The Paper Rain Project : and specialize in graphic design, organic/fair trade graphic apparel, boards, photography, design & other creative... Continue Reading →
"In partnership with the Fair Trade Association of Australia & New Zealand (Fair Trade Association), the Australian Gift & Homewares Association (AGHA) will be launching a Fair Trade Zone at the Melbourne 2014 Home & Giving Fair. The Fair Trade Zone is an Australian first and has been launched in response to a strong... Continue Reading →
"Reveries from a 5 week exodus across India to find the people who made my hood." -Joe Mitchell Thanks to Joe, for taking time to follow his Liminal Apparel Fairtrade Hoodie through the supply chain in India, documenting each step along... Continue Reading →
On April 24th last year, 1133 people were killed when the Rana Plaza factory complex collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Many more were injured. Today, people are still suffering as a direct result of our fashion supply chain.* On this first anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster, we’ll start by remembering its victims and raising awareness... Continue Reading →
Check out this TED talk from anti traffiking advocate Sunitha Krishnan.
Hi everyone, Theres a change of season taking place; cooler days, autumn leaves and there's some changes at Liminal Apparel too. We wanted to bring some additional colour and new ideas to your attention, we will shortly be receiving our first shipment of new bags, with fresh prints and graphics from Freeset. We love the... Continue Reading →