Tag Archives: Resilient Generations

Sabahar Scarves for Fall

September 25, 2020 • posted in Accessories

We are in love with the new Sabahar scarves that we have received from Resilient Generations—a company committed to ethical business to support vulnerable women and youth. Beautiful and luxuriously soft, the scarves are sourced from Ethiopia and made from locally grown silk and cotton. These intricately woven scarves are available in lovely neutral tones […]

Resilient Generations ​

May 2, 2019 • posted in Accessories

Beautiful and luxuriously soft, the scarves from Resilient Generations are sourced from an organization in Ethiopia and made from locally grown silk and cotton. These beautiful woven scarves help to increase trade from Africa and support fair and sustainable employment for vulnerable women and youth. Featuring Loops’ sterling silver Rain collection.

Sustainable Scarves from Resilient Generations

December 16, 2018 • posted in Accessories

We’ve recently received new shawls from Resilient Generations. These treasures are sourced from an Ethiopian organization that supports fair and sustainable employment for vulnerable women and youth. Made of gorgeous silk and organic cotton, the natural fibres in lush colours will keep the winter chill at bay, and keep you ethically stylish!

New from Resilient Generations

April 7, 2018 • posted in Accessories

We are in love with the new Sabahar scarves we received from Resilient Generations—a company committed to ethical business. Beautiful and luxuriously soft, the scarves are sourced from an organization in Ethiopia and made from locally grown silk and cotton. The beautiful woven scarves help to increase trade from Africa and support fair and sustainable […]

Sustainable Scarves from Resilient Generations

December 8, 2017 • posted in Accessories

We are pleased to introduce scarves from Resilient Generations into our collection this year. The scarves are sourced from an organization in Ethiopia and made from locally grown silk and cotton. The beautiful woven scarves help to increase trade from Africa and support fair and sustainable employment for vulnerable women and youth.