Here is a Time article on Ethiopian Supermodel Liya Kebede. She's really a superwoman - a mother of two, supermodel, WHO's goodwill ambassador, and now the founder of Lemlem (a high-end children clothing line hand-made in Ethiopia.)
Liya employs Ethiopian weavers who had been struggling due to slow demand for their products. Check out the clothes here and tell me if they are adorable or adorable. The knowledge that they also help villages of weavers back in Ethiopia - priceless!
Order some cute baby clothes from the comfort of your home/office. You'll be helping poor weavers all the way in Ethiopia.
Labels: Ethiopian clothes, fair trade, Liya Kebede, philantropy