110cm 43 inches Origin / manufacturing methods Peruvian Fair Trade Organization / Material / 50% cotton 50% wool / Designer and Brand Profile / Cocoon Wrap Design + Fair Trade Taiwan's first WFTO certified member B Corp certification 1% of your purchase will be donated to Earth 1% For The Planet "Karin de la Sierra believes in a world full of humanely produced and fair trade products, which is why we work directly with producers. In rural areas of Peru, locals can live on agriculture without other job opportunities. So we work with them to introduce their products to fair trade markets around the world. Producers use ancient weaving and embroidery techniques to design and manufacture fashion accessories. Such partnerships help producers retain their traditional skills and culture. Fair trade provides employment opportunities and reasonable wages for producers of belts, and guarantees that weavers and embroiders get their due remuneration. The rewards earned from making these belts allow producers to pay for basic living needs of themselves and their families, tuition, medical expenses, and purchase of new textile tools and materials. So that producers can stay in the village or even work at home, without having to go to distant cities to seek job opportunities. By respecting the creativity and technology of the producers, these villages are made more identifiable and cohesive to their unique culture. Showing the value of our producers to the world, especially the younger generation, allows these traditional weaving and embroidery techniques to be preserved in the future. "