Saturday, December 8, 2012

Visible Love through Shopping: Part 8

You better watch out, you better  be good,  Santa clause is coming to town…
With most companies December 19th is the last day to do online orders, which means we really only have a week and half left to support all this fabulous companies who are in the business of changing lives. Here are today's picks...
Indigenous is one of my personal favorite shop that carries fashion forward, elegant, handmade, organic, fair-trade men and women clothing. Indigenous is committed to providing premium fair trade and organic clothing with a mission to elevate artisans in the poorest regions of South America to world renowned status in handicraft textile market while preserving rich cultural Heritage.

Lemelem: Supermodel/ Actress  Liya Kebede who is also  Good will Ambassador for maternal, Newborn and child health,  discovered that traditional weavers in her native country of Ethiopia were losing their jobs due to decline in local demand for their good and wanted to do something about it. Recognizing the beauty, quality and historic Significance of their work, Liya started Lemlem as a way to inspire economic independence in her native country and to preserve the art of weaving.

At Roozt every purchase makes a difference. All featured brands on this sight are fashion forward companies that are making a positive impact in their community, environment with their employees and with humanity as a whole. Also for every member who join Roozt site (It is free) Roozt will provide a meal to an American in need. One person one meal.

And all of us have had that veil removed so that we can be mirrors that brightly reflect the glory of the lord. And as the spirit of the Lord works with in us, we become more and more like him and reflect his glory even more. 2 Coronthians 3:18

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