Double Band Ring
Double Band Ring

Tribe Alive

Double Band Ring

The all-in-one layering inspired ring. This style features a slim band and a petite stacking ring joined together. It is also adjustable and can be worn with the open side in front or back for two unique looks. Made in Honduras

 

The manufacturing process is free of toxic chemicals and dyes.They never use synthetic fibers, which are made from plastic and do not biodegrade even in landfills. Nearly all of their products are made with upcycled or organic materials, such as cotton and linen. Pieces are designed specifically to use remnants from their own productions. 

 

Founder, Carly Burson, put her years of fashion-industry experience to work, designing goods that would help makers in artisan communities access the global marketplace and create sustainability where there had been vulnerability and insecurity. What began as a group of eight women in 2014 has grown to a worldwide community of over 280 artisans. Though Tribe Alive has  grown, they have always prioritized the quality, health & sustainability of  partnerships over the quantity of them


Tribe Alive supports women artisans in five countries — Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, India, and Peru. Today, 85 percent of the world’s garment workers are women. Yet they are drastically underpaid, overworked and trapped in a cycle of poverty. Tribe Alive offers a hopeful alternative, employing and empowering women around the world. All artisans are paid fair wages and are always paid on time, and are provided safe and fair working environments


Learn more about our values here.

 



The Details

The manufacturing process is free of toxic chemicals and dyes.They never use synthetic fibers, which are made from plastic and do not biodegrade even in landfills. Nearly all of their products are made with upcycled or organic materials, such as cotton and linen. Pieces are designed specifically to use remnants from their own productions. 

The Woman

 

Founder, Carly Burson, put her years of fashion-industry experience to work, designing goods that would help makers in artisan communities access the global marketplace and create sustainability where there had been vulnerability and insecurity. What began as a group of eight women in 2014 has grown to a worldwide community of over 280 artisans. Though Tribe Alive has  grown, they have always prioritized the quality, health & sustainability of  partnerships over the quantity of them

The Brand


Tribe Alive supports women artisans in five countries — Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, India, and Peru. Today, 85 percent of the world’s garment workers are women. Yet they are drastically underpaid, overworked and trapped in a cycle of poverty. Tribe Alive offers a hopeful alternative, employing and empowering women around the world. All artisans are paid fair wages and are always paid on time, and are provided safe and fair working environments

The Values


Learn more about our values here.

 



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