Soft and lightweight, made fair trade by women in Vietnam. This scarf is named after one of the women in the weaving cooperative, Nguyet, which means "goddess of the moon" in Vietnamese.
50% silk, 50% linen. Recommended hand wash.
About Fair Anita:
We are named after a social worker in Chimbote, Peru, Senora Anita. Anita is completely adored by her community and she’s known by everyone as a very fair and empathetic human.We learned that financial insecurity is the #1 reason why women stay in abusive partnerships, so we started Fair Anita with this in mind, staying grounded in supporting womens’ resiliency and lessons from Anita.
Cute + ethical + affordable gifts and accessories, sustainably made by talented fair trade artisan partners around the globe. We’re on a mission to create a world where women feel safe, valued, and respected by investing in women and creating pieces you can be proud to wear.
We collaborate with over 8,000 talented artisan partners and brilliant women across four continents and 9 countries. Each artisan cooperative specializes in different techniques and materials, making the pieces they create truly one-of-a-kind.