Brands to Love

Here at Fade Market, we take pride in our ethically made products. Explore a curated assortment of fair trade labels and USA brands that you can feel good about purchasing.

ByTavi

The BYTAVI line is produced under fair trade trade principles by a team of talented seamstresses in Cambodia where poverty is widespread. They believe in quality over quantity and handmade over mass produced.

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Elegantees

Their aim is to fight human trafficking in Nepal through employment opportunities. All their products are made ethically by those who have overcome.  They dream to expand from one sewing center to several to provide more jobs. The waiting list is between 300-500 women who desire to work for Elegantees. Each purchase gets them closer to that!

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The Starfish Project, Inc.

At Starfish Project, they help exploited women and girls experience freedom, establish independence and develop careers. Shop ethical fashion made by women who have escaped exploitation in Asia.

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31Bits

31Bits uses fashion and design to drive positive change in the world by providing artisans with dignified job opportunities and inspiring customers to live meaningful lives.

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Sweet Water Decor

Sweet Water Decor is a motivational + inspirational brand. Every design in their shop is hand lettered so you are getting something truly unique! Their line includes gluten, lead, and phthalate free, high quality fragrance candles. Each of their candles is poured using 100% US grown soy wax, in Sewickley, PA.

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Mercy House Global

Mercy House exists to engage and empower women around the globe. They provide for the rescue of pregnant girls in Kenya and provide a home for them. They  empower their families and many others with dignified work so they can redeem future generations. They empower women around the world through partnerships and sustainable fair trade product development.

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