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Happy Thanksgiving from Liz Alig

It's hard to believe that is has been four years since a small idea and a passion for improving factory workers' lives turned into Liz Alig. I am thankful for all the support I have received over the years, and inspired as I see how the clothing I design can have even [...]

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Vocational Training for Underprivileged in Nepal

Vocational Training for Underprivileged in Nepal I had the opportunity to visit KTS in Nepal - the group that we work with to make these beautiful sweaters from banana fiber, silk, and pashmina wool. I was so impressed with the whole program. It was started in 1983, initially to help the local street [...]

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12 Things I learned This Summer

1. Do not ever get Dengue Fever!!!2. I remembered why helping someone help themselves is more beneficial for them in the long run.Women Sewing in Haiti3. I forget how healing it can be to laugh.4. How amazingly easy it is to communicate with out knowing someone's language; however, going to the [...]

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Hope in Haiti

Betty ApronSome of the women with the products they made.I recently had the opportunity to work with a women's cooperative and training program in Haiti and was so impressed by their enthusiasm, skill, and creativity. In a small building that was not much more than a few wooden poles and tarps, a group of [...]

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Liz Alig Fall 2013 Photoshoot and Catalog

Lisbeth Cardigan and Jenny DressMeg Dress, LegwarmersGloria Dress, Pieced LeggingsRuthy Gloves, Valerie VestFlorence Lace Shirt, Andrea Pants, Scarlet Dress, Pieced LeggingsJordan Jacket, Sweater Shorts, T-Shirt LeggingsLindsey Dress, Fatima CozieIrma Silk Tank, Sheny Skirt, Veneca Sweater, Gabriella Dress Special thanks to Ellen Jackson Photography {www.ellenjackson.com}, Krista Bermeo Studio for the jewelry {www.kristabermeostudio.com}, and our lovely models [...]

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Organic Cotton from India

$36.00 $52.00 We just got in some great new garments from Assisi Garments in India. They are not only made from 100% organic cotton but also are produced ethically by fair trade groups from the farmer who grows the cotton to the seamstress who sews the garment.$70.00Here is a little about the production process as detailed [...]

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Doing Good in Central America

I have had the opportunity to take several trips to Central America and have fallen in love with the people and different cultures there. I have also been struck by the poverty and the hard lives of most women. Liz Alig works with three different groups in Central America, each in their own [...]

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Preparing for Fall in Asia

Phnom Phen, CambodiaSourcing factory overstock fabrics with Samaki Workshop.Samaki employs sewers from disadvantaged backgrounds, such as women living with HIV or who have been through NGO vocational skills training programs, and pays, on average, double garment factory minimum wage. Employment with Samaki makes a big difference: for some staff it means new skills training [...]

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Spring 2013 Production in Honduras

Spring 2013 Production in Honduras with Mi Esperanza. Check out our new Spring clothing coming out soon!

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Winter Sale!

Receive 30% OFF already reduced prices at Liz Alig until December 31stUse Coupon Code WNTR11 at checkout.

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