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Brand
Brand
Design Philosophy
Design Philosophy
Materials
Materials
Cradle-to-Cradle Design
Cradle-to-Cradle Design
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Sustainable Design
Sustainable Design
Social Responsibility
Social Responsibility
Country of Origin
Country of Origin
Ethical Design
Ethical Design

One Mango Tree - Washington, United States

Brand

One Mango Tree uses a design and fair trade to create sustainable jobs for women in the most conflict-ridden and impoverished places of the world. We currently have two workshops - one making...

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Design Philosophy

We believe in the people behind our products - when we see a "Made in" label, we want our customers to think people, rather than place. Once you make the switch, you'll be a conscious consumer for...

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Materials

We started our fabric journey by purchasing bright African prints in local markets. When we learned that farmers in Uganda were growing organic cotton, we began work on sourcing organic cotton knit...

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Cradle-to-Cradle Design

We choose to design our apparel with a nod to slow fashion - instead of thinking about what's fashionable right now, they work to develop products that will last years. Affordable, timeless fashion...

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Sustainable Design

We chose to move into apparel when we had identified a seed-to-sewn organic supply chain in Uganda. Conventional cotton production uses the highest percentage of pesticides on earth - by choosing...

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Social Responsibility

As a brand, we see One Mango Tree as a great opportunity to help consumers make better choices about their purchases. By focusing on both the people behind our products and making conscious choices...

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Country of Origin

Our organic cotton knits, hand-loomed fabrics and natural lining are made in Uganda, from seed-to-sewn. Buttons, threads and zippers are sourced from China. African prints purchased in markets are...

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Ethical Design

During the conflict in Northern Uganda, many women were trained to sew, but left without a market for their goods. One Mango Tree originally formed to serve these tailors with a market. Because...

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The Difference

  • Organic fabrics ?
  • Sweatshop and child labor free ?
  • Transparent supply chain ?
  • Affordable fair trade ?
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