Ethos Collection Partners with Minnesota Jewelry Designers
Jewelry from Tess & Tricia and Fair Anita available Spring 2017
Minneapolis – February 8, 2017 – Ethos Holdings, LLC announces that Ethos Collection™ (http://www.shopethoscollection.com/) will begin carrying two local jewelry brands that capture the brand’s timeless aesthetic and respect for the production process. Both Fair Anita and Tess & Tricia, along with Ethos Collection, are based right here in Minnesota and share a commitment to investing in those in need.
Fair Anita exists to create opportunities for women and girls globally and to build a world where we can all thrive regardless of geography. Partnering with women artisan groups in 16 countries worldwide, Fair Anita designs simple, wearable jewelry pieces that also uphold global artisan traditions and materials.
Tess & Tricia’s mission is to support women within our own community by hiring everyday mothers in the Twin Cities and compensating them with a living wage. Tess & Tricia design each piece to embrace the natural textures, qualities, and meanings of every material and transform them into something unique and beautiful.
Sara Aubitz, the company’s founder, said, “I’m excited to partner with these amazing brands in our backyard. We handpicked the best of the best from Fair Anita and Tess & Tricia’s collections and will launch new items throughout the spring season. Both brands offer beautiful and timeless pieces supporting women right here and around the world.”
Ethos Collection can be found at www.shopethoscollection.com. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @EthosCollection.
About Ethos Collection: Ethos Collection is a retail website designed to be the premier source for online shoppers within the U.S. seeking to make a positive impact through beautiful clothing and accessories that are ethically and sustainably produced. Each item in the Ethos Collection was selected for its timeless design, consideration for the environment and commitment to artisan safety and fair wages. In addition to offering an ethical assortment, Ethos Collection donates 3 percent of its sales to loans through micro-lending platform KIVA™, an international non-profit with a mission to alleviate poverty. As these loans are repaid, Ethos Collection reinvests the principle to maximize impact. Since launching last June, purchases from the collection have already supported loans to women in the Philippines, Mali, India, Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Mozambique and Ecuador. By incorporating giving with ethical fashion, the company supports its mission to help customers love what they wear, live mindfully, and make a positive impact.