'House of Wandering Silk' Works with NGOs to Support Women

By: Social Business Editor - Published: • References: wanderingsilk.org & facebook
House of Wandering Silk is a social business that is based in New Delhi, India. Their offerings include sari scarves, bangles, necklaces, kantha quilts, vintage textile totes and more. The overall look is vibrant and moving, much like the mission behind the fashion as well.

In addition to having NGO partners that help them to support impoverished individuals and their families, House of Wandering Silk is committed to providing fair employment to the women they train and employ from disadvantaged communities. As a truly sustainable endeavor, the design and manufacturing also abides by a zero-waste policy. Katherine Neumann, born in Australia, founded this empowering fashion company after working as a humanitarian aid worker for ten years.

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