Thanks G! I recently got a FaceBook post from a friend. She sent me a link (above) of a Wall Street Journal article about ethical fashion. So, I’m passing it along to you. It’s worth a read. Especially interesting part of the article – a company filming working environments of factories they utilize for their buyers to see. Knowing where our things were made, how they were made, and by whom…CAN BE VERY IMPORTANT- especially if human rights are being denied or violated in the production of goods. It’s also important to know if the materials used are harmful or misrepresented in any way. Whether you are concerned about the environment, human rights or animal rights, there are ethically-produced products sprouting up everywhere. Ethical fashion is still slow to sprout in America, but it’s beginning to grow. Jo’el Worldwear will be live within a month displaying hand-made, Fair Trade, ethically-produced, artisan and grassroots fashion designed worldwear.