Zoe is also a talented fashion designer. Before joining the fair trade movement, Zoe worked for a major fashion design company and was frequently sought after to design custom bridal gowns. It was then that she realized that her biggest impact on the world could be through her fabric and business decisions.
In 2012, Zoe and her husband, Joshua, launched a new brand, 4 All Humanity. The company combines Zoe's eye for fashion with her love for all things global. Zoe & Joshua work with artisans in Guatemala and connect them to the global market, and provide technical assistance to help their small business grow.
Receiving a fair, livable wage empowers artisans to hone their craft and change their lives. Thanks to Fair Trade principles, artisans working with 4 All Humanity are able to earn more than they would at another job in their community. This translates to greater investment in their families and their neighborhoods.
Thanks for stopping by! We hope you'll explore 4 All Humanity's online shop and look through our shelves for unique, one-of-a-kind lovelies. Thank you for your support!
This February, much like all Februaries, has been cold and long. I forget how much I don't like February until we're half way through it. Which is very unfair to February. I'm sure it's a great month, but I'm just so ready for it to be spring that I forget to enjoy February in all it's Groundhog, Valentine's and President's day glory.
This February we had a quick photoshoot for our spring products, worked on graphic designs for a super secret product coming this Fall (Can't tell you yet. . . our lips are sealed!), and played a little in the snow.
Maybe next February I'll remember to give it a chance.
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