Working With Brands: A K S, Adidas, Altaroma, Améyo, Anita Quansah London, Bantu, Biffi Boutiques, Bottletop, Chan Luu, Christie Brown, duaba serwa, Duro Olowu, Ilaria Venturini Fendi of Carmina Campus, Instituto-E, Isetan, Karen Walker, Kiki Clothing, La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival, Lancaster, Lisa Folawiyo, Manor, Marni, Mifuko, Mimco, Mina Evans, MONAA, MO SAÏQUE, Myer, Osklen, PortenierRoth, sass & bide, Sophie Zinga, Stella Jean, Stella McCartney, Studio 189, The Palette Association, United Arrows, Vivienne Westwood, Vogue Italia and many more have already partnered with the Ethical Fashion Initiative and joined the journey of creative collaborations with artisans.
Ethical Fashion Initiative aims to build a responsible fashion industry that can give a positive impact on the society and build a future of fashion based on dignified labour and design that honors the work of artisans.
With fashion’s leading creatives to source the quality products in order to deliver on time from different places such as East Africa, West Africa and Haiti, EFI also works with the rising generation of African fashion designers and encouraging creative collaborations with artisans on the continent. The artisans are fairly paid for their creative work and receive frequent training to develop themselves further with long-term fulfilling employment. This is a strict code of ethics and cultural understanding which giving back the society and its people.