Today our search for ethical clothing leads us to a quest for ethical cycling clothing. When ‘normal’ clothes are involved I’ve become quite good at finding ethical fashion, as I’ve found some favourite brands to look out for. You might have seen them in our earlier fair wear friday posts. But ethical sports clothing is a different ball game. You buy sports kit less often, or at least that’s the case for me… I’ve started bicycle racing a while ago and the old kit was up for renewal.
Sometimes you can help but wonder why you didn’t think of something! Eline, from Evermore Thee-Koffie-Chocola received Tulsi’s silver & sari silk necklace as a birthday present. When we met, she was wearing her necklace as a bracelet. Such a great idea!
Our brass & sari silk necklace is also very suitable to wear as a bracelet, just wrap it around your wrist!
Saturday night March 9th you will find Tulsi on the Rotterdam Swan Market. The theme of this market is Hand Made, which coincides with the exhibition Hand Made: Long Live Crafts in Museum Boijmans van Beuningen. The museum hosts this special edition of the Swan Market in their courtyard on the occasion of the opening of this exhibition.
Tulsi will sell its hand made products at this market,