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Who We Are…

Made With Respect is a social enterprise, purpose-led business.  MWR’s purpose is to be part of the movement where buying beautifully designed sustainable brands is the norm, rather than the exception through educating and influencing consumers that beautiful products shouldn’t cost the `earth’.

A curated collection of some of the world’s most beautifully handcrafted sustainable luxury brands have been bought together under the one virtual roof, all with an immense respect to craftsmanship, people and our planet.

Shopping on Made With Respect gives you piece of mind you are supporting extraordinary brands who truly care, our brands business practise fall within these 4 pillars;

1.   Devoted to craftsmanship and preserving its tradition; making quality products that last and can be passed down through the generations
2.   Transparent supply chain; respectful of people (no child labour), fair working conditions and source of origin
3.  Natural materials & natural ingredients; no chemicals or toxins (organic where possible), embracing renewable resources and preserving the environment
4.   Contributing to make the world a better place; supporting local or disadvantaged communities, recycling, upcycling or reduction of waste (more than a profit driven operation)
 

Made With Respect’s mission is to make it easier for consumers to find and confidently buy from beautifully designed, handcrafted sustainable brands who care about our future.

mola

MOLA is a hub that promotes networking, development and international recognition of designers, entrepreneurs and producers of the chain of production of the Latin American sustainable fashion industry.

It is part of the program “Heritage in Movement” of the Foundation Entre Soles y Lunas in co-production with Dolmen Clothing. MOLA is based on sustainability, being a principal reference and raising awareness among the whole chain of value and consumption.

The hub socialises knowledge, research, creativity and design, intervening in the chain of production of fashion to create alternatives of sustainable development, especially for young entrepreneurs and designers, and productive communities, giving them greater quality of life and wellness. MOLA opens the space to exchange ideas and presents activities of consciousness aligned with the principles of Slow Fashion. It is how citizen education, environment, economy, culture, art and fashion convey for creativity to flow organically and for clothing to be a transforming art.