The usually private Drew Barrymore (my favorite actress) took the opportunity to show off her two girls today wearing a tee that any Game of Thrones fan will most definitely love! The shirt reads “Mother of Dragons” (insert meaning here) and all proceeds from the sale of the tee will go to help employment for foster kids in Los Angeles. Click
Sustainable fashion has been hitting the industry hard, and artisan-made jewelry has started to look just as great as the causes they support. Project peaceBOMB uses scrap bomb metal to create bracelets and other sustainable jewelry. They call it Buying Back the Bombs.
During the Vietnam War, over 2 million tons of explosives were dropped on Laos in 580,000 bombing missions. Out of the over 270 million cluster bombs dropped, over 75 million failed to detonate. At the current rate of removal, it will take more than 800 years to clear the country of these bombs.
New York-based designer and young female entrepreneur, Elizabeth Suda created peaceBOMB to give consumers an effortless opportunity to help foster sustainable community development in Laos. Laotian artisans are able to rebuild their livelihoods by repurposing the bomb shards covering their land.
The peaceBOMB product line consists of over 15 pieces, each telling a story and giving back to the community that makes them. For each piece of product sold, Project peaceBOMB donates funds equivalent to the cost of clearing 1 to 15 square meters of land.
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