Della Provides Sustainable Fashion That Supports Communities in Ghana

By: Andrew Robertson - Published: Jun 18, 2012 • References: dellala & roozt
Founded by former fashion stylist Tina Tangalaski, Della is a woman-owned and woman-run business working with communities in West Africa.

According to the company's website, Della is "driven by awareness of the need for a global market that provides socially-responsible, quality products." All of the products are made entirely out of vegan and sustainable material by skilled seamstresses from the village of HoHoe. Every dollar made by Della goes towards providing employment, education and financial stability to economically vulnerable women in Ghana.

In to further encourage self-sufficiency Della is also a partner with the Happy Kids Orphanage of Ghana. Each seamstress volunteers her time on a weekly basis to teach sewing to children to ensure that valuable and employable skills are passed down.

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