15 Things from NYC

Had the opportunity to live in ny for the past couple of months. I have always loved ny and was grateful for the time I got to spend there overhearing the weirdest conversations working from a new cof …
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Women and Fair Trade

As founder of a fair trade fashion line I find myself in a unique position interacting with so many different kinds of people in the fashion and fair trade industries. My job is to kind of bridge th …
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Liz Alig Spring 2019 Catalog

How to Style Tights

Been updating our website this week - apparently the second most viewed page on our site is my blog post giving tips of when to wear leggings and when to wear tights, so thought I would pass along a f …
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Meet Gladys from Guatemala

On my recent trip to Guatemala, I had the pleasure of meeting Gladys.Gladys has sewn hundreds of products for Liz Alig from her tiny one room workshop off her home—with a great view of the surrounding …
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Guatemalan Thoughts

People always ask me after I take a trip how it was…what I learned…how it feels to visit groups I work with.  I never quite know what to say because honestly traveling out of the country is mor …
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Easy Ways to Refresh Your Summer Wardrobe

Here are a few easy ways to refresh your summer wardrobe this year... Because denim is so popular right now you really can't go wrong wearing any kind of denim - giving you the chance to try out a st …
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Father's Day Thoughts

Over the past several years fair trade has become synonymous with empowering women in developing countries.  If you have ever read Half the Sky (which you should if you haven't), you understand h …
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Bringing Back the 90's Style

Not sure if you all have heard, but the 90's style is back! It's been a while, so here is a little refresher of a few things that work again... Denim everything! Denim skirts, denim dresses, den …
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Liz Alig Fall 2017 Catalog

I just had the opportunity to travel back to Vienna where I studied for several months in college. My time back in this place reminded me what it taught me. While I traveled by miles and miles …
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Five Tips for Buying Clothing more Ethically

This weeks marks the four year anniversary of the factory collapse in Bangladesh that killed over a thousand people.  While I don't talk very often about the reasons I started a fair trade clothi …
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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.  …
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