Their journey began in India in 2009, when they embarked on a volunteer mission and witnessed the devastating reality of modern day slavery and the cycle of re-exploitation if women, trapped in vulnerable situations, couldn’t access positive opportunities. Compelled to create positive change and economic independence of these women, Beulah was born. An ethical luxury womenswear brand with a social mandate: to empower women through the development of skilled craft techniques and sustainable employment in order to break the cycle of poverty. Since launching, their timeless and elegant British designs have gained international acclaim, endorsement from some of the world’s most influential women who share their passion, values and cause. They are proud to be part of the modern movement of brands using business as a force for good, and with your support can be the catalyst for small actions that create big differences in the lives of women across the world.
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BASED IN UK AND SHIPPING: INTERNATIONAL
A large percentage of their cotton garments are made using organic cotton, and they’re committed to ensuring all products are created using GOTS certificated cotton by 2020.
They source silk from China, which is then printed either by hand in India or digitally in Italy. They source cashmere from a women’s cooperative in Nepal called GC Handmade. Their wool is sourced from environmentally conscious Italian mill Botto Giuseppe.
They use block printing where they partner with NGO and support the employment of women who have been rescued from trafficking or exploitative situations and work with the Women’s Interlink Foundation in Kolkata. They also work with digital printing that is a more sustainable option and partner with small family-run mill in Lake Como Azzura Gazella.
They have fair labour practices, safe working conditions throughout their supply chain. They work with NGO textile production partners in India, Nepal, Bangladesh to create employment for women who have overcome trafficking and exploitation and visit them several times a year and they weekly visit to their London factories where their garments are sewn.
Their delivery boxes and packing tissue are 100% recyclable.
10% of profits from all of their sales funding The Beulah Trust that donates to victims of human trafficking.