EDUN was founded by Ali Hewson and her husband Bono, but it is not just a fashion brand. Not just a spectacle every few months for people to look at […]
EDUN was founded by Ali Hewson and her husband Bono, but it is not just a fashion brand. Not just a spectacle every few months for people to look at and marvel. Not just a company making money. They are actually making a difference. People can give money to Africa (I am not saying it’s a bad thing) but like people say “give a man a fish he’ll eat for a day, teach a man to fish and he’ll eat for a lifetime”. The majority of EDUN apparel clothing is made in Africa, not just giving money to the continent but encouraging trade back into it, and then giving them the means to make money by their own ability and skills.
The new collection by creative director Sharon Wauchob reflected perfectly what the brand is all about. It’s down to earth, yet at the same time still has a bit of an edgy rock star feel about it. Lots of denim and chunky knits but with some soft lines and tailoring lay upon it. If you want to help some very unfortunate souls and make a bit of a difference but at the same time not relinquish the style of your wardrobe I would strongly recommend EDUN.
Si chiama YATAY ed è una nuova sneaker attenta all’etica: realizzata artigianalmente in Italia con materiali ecologici di alta qualità, YATAY è una sneaker unisex che si rivolge al mercato del luxury con due silhouette: low and high.
Due silhouettes che arrivano dritte dagli archivi del brand tedesco
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