6 Exciting Fashion Brands Made By Refugees

More than 68 million people around the world are refugees or internally displaced as a result of conflict or persecution. How can fashion respond?

Helen Storey's Dress For Our Time is created out of a decommissioned refugee tent that once housed a family of displaced people at Za’atari Camp in Jordan. It has been an art installation, the subject of a film and graced the catwalk.  Turkish designer Zeynep Kartal used fabric woven by Syrian refugees in her latest collection, showcased in London during London Fashion Week.

Read on for six more inspiring examples of how fashion is helping.

1. SEP Jordan

Stunning embroidered accessories - ea…

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