We See Beauty Tries to Sell Coop-Made Products with Visuals

By: Tiana Reid - Published: Feb 21, 2013 • References: weseebeauty & facebook
If you're into aesthetics and design, you'll appreciate We See Beauty for, well, its beauty. The Visions part of its website digs into the visuality of positive social change -- with an entrepreneurial twist. But more than that, however, the social business attempts to use its space primarily as a marketplace in order to support cooperatives by selling artisan-made products.

MAKE is the company's own line of cosmetics products, which recently launched a collection called New Medieval, which was a joint venture by Ayami Nishimura, a make-up artist, and Faye Toogood, a furniture and interior designer who lives and works in London, United Kingdom.

One-third of all sales will go to the We See Beauty Foundation, which is a business incubator for worker cooperatives that are owned by women

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