Mending for Good

Mending for Good is a consultancy agency that offers creative, ethical solutions to brands for the issues of waste and excess stock. By working with a network of craft-based social enterprises and artisans in Italy, and creatively repurposing left-over materials, Mending for Good offers circular solutions and seeks to promote social justice through craftsmanship.
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Manusa is a type-B social cooperative established in 2012 in order to combine a revitalization of textile crafts with ethical and social values. In Sanskrit, Manusa means ‘human’, their philosophy is based on a vision of sustainable, inclusive fashion that means valuing design as much as the social impact of its projects.
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San Patrignano

San Patrignano is a support organisation based in Italy, helping those with substance addictions. Founded in 1978 on the hills of Rimini, Italy by the will of Vincenzo Muccioli and a group of volunteers – they have helped over 25,000+ people, providing them a home, a family and the opportunity to learn new skills, through professional training, and degree level education, all free of charge.
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Orto Print Studio

Orto Print Studio is a female owned and run screen print studio based in Peckham, London. Led by an all female team, Orto works with specialist screen printing inks such as Aquaflex from Magna Colours, who created the first formaldehyde-free discharge printing ink in 1998. Aligning with our values, MagnaColours have worked hard to reduce the volume of harmful chemicals used in the textile industry.
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Spencer Martin at London Green Wood

Spencer Martin, craftsman at London Green Wood (LGW) a not-for-profit cooperative and community of green woodworkers based in Abney Park Cemetery, Hackney produces our hand made buttons. 
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Making for Change

Making for Change is a fashion training and manufacturing programme operating from two fully equipped sites: HMP Downview and Poplar Works. 

Established in 2014 by the Ministry of Justice and London College of Fashion, the programme was founded at HMP Downview women’s prison in Sutton, Surrey. The project aim is to create a supportive environment in which to increase well-being and reduce reoffending rates amongst the participants through equipping them with professional skills and qualifications.

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