Ecommerce startup ThreadHarvest wants wants to change the way we look at fair trade fashion

- January 18, 2016 3 MIN READ

When we think fair trade, sustainable fashion, perhaps the first thing to come to mind are colourful satchels and beanies found in Oxfam stores. Cute, and buying one makes you feel good that you’re helping someone, but they’re not exactly fashionable. Australian ecommerce startup ThreadHarvest, launched in 2014, is bringing real fashion elements into the ethical clothing mix.