2013 FINALIST

Cinthya Soledad Olivera Angeles - Dono di Isis

Finalist of the The John Paul Selects Most Socially Responsible Handbag



Peru



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2013 Finalist Cinthya Soledad Olivera Angeles Dono di Isis

Cinthya Soledad Olivera Angeles FINALIST'S PROFILE

What country are your bags manufactured?
Peru

Please explain how your bags are socially responsible?
We wanted to work with artisans because they have so much to offer in their designs and techniques, we want to be a brand that helps to rescue their ancestral techniques by growing with them and work together to create pieces of collection that can be appreciated and admired in all the world. and in the future not only work with Peruvian artisans but with artisans of all over the world so we can spread the idea and become more than a brand, become an ideal.

Do you work with local/native artisans to design your bags?
Yes

Why did you choose this country to have your bags made and what made you decided to give back?
Because as a peruvian citizen I know the reality of my country and want to contribute to rescue the ancestral techniques of my culture and I want to help other cultures to do the same also

How have your bags impacted this community?
Artisans are improving their finishes, business vision and techniques which will help them to better sell their products and increase their income, all this is helping to improve their standard of living.

Do you think you are giving back by producing there?
Yes

What country are your bags manufactured?

Please explain how your bags are socially responsible?

Do you work with local/native artisans to design your bags?

Why did you choose this country to have your bags made and what made you decided to give back?

How have your bags impacted this community?

Do you think you are giving back by producing there?

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