Jul

25
2011

New Website + Giveaway!



The long wait is over – our brand new, upgraded and redesigned website is officially live! It features everything you loved about our old site and more.

The new site is a shop on par with high-end retailers, but what sets it apart is its story. Each product now has in-depth information about the women who produced it. Their stories of survival and hope, after lives of desperation and exploitation, invigorate the site through the product descriptions and a more detailed survivor stories page. A new FAQ, ideas on how to get involved, and the blog give visitors to the site an understanding of the life-changing impact of their purchase and provide them with the tools they need to become modern day abolitionists. The site also features the new STF Signature Collection, a line of fair, trade organic t-shirts and bags designed by Cincinnati artists and made by women of Freeset in Kolkata. These stunning, high-quality products can’t be found anywhere else!

As the Founder & Managing Director, I hope to give visitors to Stop Traffick Fashion not only a superior shopping experience, but an understanding of how your purchase changes the everyday lives of women rescued from trafficking. By shopping with STF you get a top quality, fashionable product and the women who made the product get renewed dignity and confidence and an income to support themselves and their families.

A new site deserves a celebration so we’re having a giveaway! Our new Signature Collection features 2 new bags with designs from our two most popular t-shirts: the Barcode and Beloved. Now through August 2nd, leave a comment on this blog post or our Facebook page telling us your favorite thing about the new website and you’ll be entered to win your choice of one of these 2 bags. Now is a great time to tell your friends about Stop Traffick Fashion!



About

Emily founded Stop Traffick Fashion in 2009. She’d been becoming more and more involved in the abolitionist movement, and she decided to start STF as an opportunity to bring together the best of all products made by survivors of trafficking. She hopes her response to trafficking will inspire others to take action, even in a small way. Emily lives in Bend, Oregon, enjoys traveling, and has visited Hagar International and StopStart in Cambodia.

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