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Fashion Revolution

As we approach the end of Fashion Revolution Week in remembering the horrible Rana Plaza factory collapse three years ago, I have been thinking a lot about what a fashion revolution would mean.  The movement asks us to question clothing companies about who makes their clothes.  This is why I started Liz Alig, after getting [...]

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Liz Alig Fall Look in Copenhagen

Lisbeth Cardigan, Tie Skirt, Pieced Leggings, and Checkered CuffJenelle Dress, Legwarmers, Calabash Earrings, Checkered CuffIt is still amazing to me that people I don't even know or have never met are such huge supporters of Liz Alig!  I am so thankful for all the loyal customers, brand reps, interns, stores, producers and friends who believe [...]

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Holiday Gift Guide

1.  Fatima Scarf - This product was made in Nashville by a group of refugees from around the world in partnership with Sew For Hope. This organization provides low cost sewing classes for adult refugees in order to give them a sense of worth and accomplishment while adding marketable skills that are valuable for earning [...]

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Romilia's Story and Hope Supply Box

Meet Romilia from Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Romilia is one of my favorite people - she can make anyone laugh and is always up to some kind of mischief.I quickly learned that there is much more to her story than meets the eye though.Romilia learned to sew from Mi Esperanza, an NGO in Tegucigalpa that empowers marginalized women with [...]

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Fashion with Heart, Soul, and Purpose by Sustainability in Style

I had the pleasure of doing an interview with Katie of Sustainability in Style - really appreciated her original questions and obvious commitment to sustainability in style... For those readers out there that are being introduced to your label for the first time would you kindly share the story of the conception of Liz Alig [...]

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I had the pleasure of going back to Haiti for the third Summer in a row to work with a small group in the middle of the plateau.  The group we work with, called Nou Hope, is in the middle of nowhere.  It is like going back 100 years - they have no electricity, no [...]

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Our partners in Nepal who hand weave and knit beautiful sweaters from cotton, silk, wool, and banana fiber are getting back to normal after the earthquake that hit several months ago.  Their facility in Kathmandu had minor damage; however many of the producers who work from their own homes in rural Nepal have been damaged.  [...]

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The Guide to Looking Like a Star

It’s that time of year once more where the weather is too hot and it’s the perfect excuse to shop for new clothes. Look no further! Liz Alig has a great selection of clothing that you would love. We have put together three celebrities look alike outfits, but let me tell you a little secret, you will look [...]

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The True Cost of the Fashion Industry

                                                                     Have you ever wondered where your clothing comes from? Well recently I watched the documentary The True Cost and it has opened my eyes [...]

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