About Emma's Emporium
Emma’s Emporium adventures began in 2006, inspired by direct experiences of Indian culture and generosity. After graduating, with a BA Hons in fine art, a love of clothing and textiles, and a passion for travelling, I bought a few things to sell at festivals. Initially working with suppliers in India, we have since spread our wings to work with felt producers in Nepal and artisan handicraft producers in Guatemala.
Working to Fair Trade principles, we stock a wide range of clothing and accessories to suit a variety of tastes. We source classic Indian cotton prints and silks in vibrant colours and alternative styles, to create our own unique designs made exclusively for us, as well as classic pieces — cotton harem trousers, patchwork and recycled sari clothing, and much more.
Our stock sourcing principles:
No child labour is involved in the manufacture of any of our products.
All work is carried out in clean and safe working conditions.
We pay a fair price for our products to ensure fair wages for our producers.
We pay in advance to ensure wages are paid on time and no debt is incurred when sourcing material.
Emma's Emporium is a one woman show, so if you have any enquiries you will be talking directly to me, I work closely with my suppliers and manage the office during the week. Based in Somerset, we sell online and supply wholesale to independent retailers across the uk, and occasionally we get out to run a stall at a few festivals and events (I like the smallest ones best!).
We also sponsor girls education in Rajasthan, where much of our clothing is produced! We have coomited to sponsor Radhika's education and are supporters of the Fior di Loto foundation.
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