Gallery: One Colour: An Australian Fashion Label That Promotes Social Chan...

One Colour, Di Stitt, Brisbane, Australia, Kenya, Tanzania, fair-trade fashion, fair-trade clothing, fair trade, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, Africa, Libby Anderson, Kenana Knitters

Women’s clothing line One Colour seeks to support social justice through ethical fashion. A collaboration between Australian and Kenyan designers, their newest line, Peripheral Vision II, helps to empower women in Africa through long-term employment while also creating elegant, and casual pieces. Ranging from $40-110, the label is affordable as well as sustainable.

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