The founders of Efaisto Bernard and Lou-Adrien want to change the way that we shop with ethical fashion made by South-East Asian artisans. Their website allows you to have custom made products, handmade just for you. You can also see and learn about the person who is making your product, and you can view exactly how much you’re spending goes to the artisan.
Efaisto started with a beautiful, yet simple white dress shirt made by an artisan in Ho Chi Minh City. It was the experience of wearing a tailor made shirt for the first time and buying directly from the maker that shaped what Efaisto is today. They hate shopping malls and love buying unique items and their mission is to support the best makers to spread their craft and products to reach a wider audience and turn their dreams and ambitions into realities.
Original source: Walk Sew Good
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