Developed by the designer and consultant Julia Vidal, this course approaches the Brazilian fashion from the worldview of native and African peoples, reinforcing the ancestral perspective of brasilidade [“brazility”].
Dialogue initiative within the apparel industry to create collective agreements supporting decent work and improve the benefits of workers. It has been tested in Southern Minas Gerais, in the countryside of Sao Paulo, and in the regions of Colatina and São Gabriel da Palha, in Espírito Santo.
Online course about sustainability in fashion for professional women who are already in business, including social opportunities. This way, each of them may work as a vector of transformation within their institutions of practice.
Communication action to raise awareness about the future of the Brazilian fashion industry, indicating values to be strengthened in the global scenario, during and after the pandemic.
associative business model that gathers Bolivian immigrant seamstresses for the production of clothing pieces on medium scale, respecting labor laws, working conditions, and fair income.