Site Meter

Gallery: 5lCyB

Who really made your clothes? That’s the question director Mary Nighy poses at the start of Handprint, a short film commissioned by Eco-Age creative director Livia Firth spotlight the challenges faced by garment workers worldwide. Starring Hollywood scion Elettra Wiedemann (her mom’s Isabella Rossellini; her grandmother, the legendary Ingrid Bergman), the film imagines what it would be like if we could connect with the people who make our clothes. “The more I see this film, the more I realize just how important it is for all of us to make the connection with the hands of the real people who make our clothes,” Firth says. We can make a difference to their lives by never forgetting this connection.”

+ Handprint

  • Welcome to, your online guide
    to the best ideas, innovations and emerging
    trends in eco fashion, sustainable style,
    organic beauty and ethical apparel.

    get the free Ecouterre newsletter

    Submit this form
  • follow ecouterre on:

  • The EDUN Runway at New York Fashion Week Was a Brand New Start

  • Ecouterre on Facebook
  • Ecouterre Video

    The Latest Eco-Fashions from the Green Shows at New York Fashion Week

    The Green Shows at New York Fashion Week