Fair Trade Spotlight on fair trade clothing and toys for kids from Indigenous Designs & Dsenyo – Wild Dill

Fair Trade February: Spotlight on Indigenous Designs & Dsenyo

Tina Bar-On

Posted on March 27 2014

Fair Trade February 

Introducing Indigenous Designs & Dsenyo

Support fair trade with beautiful kids clothing and toys from two of our favorite brands.

Indigenous Designs clothing uses fair trade practices while training and empowering local woman's co-ops in South America, allocating a large percentage of production costs to material and labor. The clothing is made from organic and natural fibers with dyes that are friendly to the environment. Dress up any little boy in this smart shirt, perfect for special occasions from Easter to weddings!

Dsenyo (dee-SEN-yo) is giving a hand UP to women and artisans working their way out of poverty. Contemporary products celebrating African Textile design. We love their little plush toys and carry them in our store. The little rabbit is bound to become my toddler's favorite!

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