In recent years the traditional fabrics industry in the Third World, have shown the underhuman quality of work of this places- The “Sweatshops” described as a workplace where workers are subject to extreme exploitation, including the absence of a living wage or benefits, poor working conditions, and arbitrary discipline, such as verbal and physical abuse, have begun to extend. Since sweatshop workers are paid less than their daily expenses, they are never able to save any money to improve their lives. They are trapped in an awful cycle of exploitation.
Not agreeing with this form of life, and work, we try not to contrinbuite to this mentality, and do the more as we can ourselves.
To value the work of a modist, every minute, everyhour.
To live ourselves the hard work that it envolves.
When the times comes to produce more than we can sew, we will gladly look for a place that can do the work in the best conditions and work. The designer who always tried to raise the importance of the traditional values of the country`s craftsmanship,for us is not fading out.