And it begins with the simple question: who made my clothes?With that in mind, we would like to introduce you to those that made your totes.is the very special company behind our tote bags and it is a fair trade business offering employment to women trapped in Kolkata's sex trade.In other words, Freeset is “in business for freedom”.As Freeset says, it “is more than a stitched piece of fabric, it tells a story of freedom.” This message, in particular, is one that we hope to carry through to all of our personal wardrobes.Which means that it provides life-changing opportunities for those that have been robbed of that choice.

It is for this reason that the most important message behind our tote bags cannot be found in its aesthetics, or the durability of its sumptuously thick, 100% organic cotton, but in the women who actually made them.As the , transparency is the first step to transforming the modern fashion industry.It does this by providing dignified and sustainable employment, which generates income for women and their families, as well as holistic social services like health-care, counselling, and so much more.“Freeset is in the business of restoring what has been stolen.Women are given the opportunity to choose a new job and regain control of their lives in a caring community.” We think it’s amazing what such a simple idea can achieve and this is what we hoped to shed light on through our Well Made Clothes tote.


Our wonderful well-made No Excess Baggage tote bags are made from certified organic cotton, in certified fair trade conditions, and have designs on both sides, designed by Sydney designer Nadia Hernandez.When designing our Well Made Clothes tote bag, we wanted it to be pretty damn special.



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