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Fashion Compassion to host ethical fashion expo in Dubai
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Jun '12

Fashion Compassion, the company that offers the best in sustainable and socially conscious fashion, will be hosting a unique exhibiion in Dubai on June 16, 2012.

The expo will feature the best of ethical and sustainable fashion brands from New York, Chicago, Rajasthan and Lahore, among other places. Some of the locally-sourced brands to be showcased at the event are Nawa, Beshtar and Palestyle.

Fashion Compassion, brainchild of UK-based businesswoman Ayesha Mustafa, works with ethical and socially responsible fashion brands from Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

The retailer stocks only eco-friendly and ethical premium products sourced from several countries, including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Palestine.

At the Dubai exhibition, the ethical company would put on sale silk recycled burqa dress by Beshtar, as worn by Livia Firth, among others. All Fashion Compassion items to be displayed at the event will be handmade.

Ethical fashion is growing globally and it would be splendid for Dubai to become the first city in the Middle East to embrace the concept on a vast scale, says Ms. Mustafa.

 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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