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  • Slave to Fashion front cover

    What do you know about modern slavery in fashion

    28 April 2017 by Safia Minney, Founder of People Tree and managing director of Po-Zu (ethical footwear company)

    Safia launches her new book 'Slave to Fashion' during Fashion Revolution Week. The book discusses modern slavery in fashion supply chains and goes through Safia's journey finding out more behind the fashion industry.

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    Autumn and winter inspirations at People Tree

    16 October 2015 by Anna Galandzij at the Fairtrade Foundation

    It is the ethos of fairness and transparency that makes People Tree stand out in the fashion world, but what about their design? It's not always easy to be constantly creative and original. In anticipation of winter cosiness, we are asking Safia Minney, the founder of People Tree and the World Fair Trade Day, to share the inspiration behind People Tree’s autumn/winter collection.

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    Introducing the people behind People Tree

    24 April 2015 by Anna Galandzij, Fairtrade Foundation

    As millions of people across 71 countries are this week asking brands #whomademyclothes, the UK-based brand People Tree are introducing some of the people behind their Fair Trade tees, dresses and jumpers.

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    Transforming lives, setting trends

    4 March 2015 by Anna Galandzij, The Fairtrade Foundation

    Interview with Safia Minney, founder and CEO of People Tree.

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    #Befair: Fairness in fashion has to come now

    30 September 2014 by Safia Minney, founder and CEO of People Tree.

    With the launch of our Great British Fairness Debate this week, Safia Minney – founder and CEO of fair trade and sustainable fashion label People Tree – looks at what role we can all play to promote fairness in business and beyond...

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