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We are big fans of charitable causes and a new one with a fashionable focus recently caught our attention. Created by Stacey Horowitz, Shopping for a Change, a fair trade marketplace for artisans in developing countries to sell their handmade, exotic goods. Through this site, consumers can locate items from Asia, Africa, South America including fashionable items that are contemporary, fashionable, and eco-friendly as well as those that are connected to the culture of its origin.

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While looking through their fashion site, I love the craftsmanship of the bags, jewelry and apparel featuring knitting, crocheting, handlooming, leathersmithing and weaving. Some of my personal favorites were the Horn and Roses NecklacePeruvian Embroidered Bag, the Chelsea Handbag and the Tallia Cocoon Cotton Sweater.

Additionally, these purchases help the artisans, mostly women, to consistently feed their families and send their children to school-- including the girls. In addition, their net proceeds help fund community improvement projects abroad and select U.S.-based charities.

For a mix of fashionable items rooted with heart, be sure to check out the line from Shopping for a Change.

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