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Created by artisans in emerging economies using natural and upcycled materials
Founded by Ella Penovich, Gwendolyn Floyd, and Catherine Mahugu, Soko is an innovation in global fashion and technology that transforms the mobile phone into a tool that disrupts traditional export supply chains to cut out the middlemen, thereby reducing logistical costs, and increasing profits for artisans in underserved communities worldwide. Sounds a bit heavy? Well this innovation is lifting a lot of weight from the artisans, providing them the opportunity to connect direct with consumers internationally while earning profit and making high quality goods.
Created by women for women, Soko helps “fashion a better world,” and delivers exceptional style with stunning handcrafted jewelry designs, using natural and upcycled materials. Many of the products that our editors at Modavanti have selected capitalize on by-products that would otherwise go to waste.