Super soft, medium-weight, and made fair trade by women from a small ethnic minority in rural Vietnam. This scarf is named after one of the women in the weaving cooperative, Tham, which means "a person who rejoices" in Vietnamese.
Recommended hand wash.
Fair Anita is a social enterprise on a mission to create a world where women feel safe, valued, and respected no matter their geography. Their products are always fair trade, made in ethical working conditions, where female artisan partners are paid 2-3x minimum wage plus health insurance and educational scholarships. Fair Anita’s talented artisan partners carefully design and create all products by hand, and nearly all their products are made from recycled materials. Their carbon footprint is offset by funding and supporting anti-climate change initiatives.