The high quality, organic and fair trade compatible clothing is produced by locals on Wildlife Works' own 80,000 acre eco-sanctuary in Kenya.
Before the company started, the locals were forced into poaching either for money or food. Now there are over 60 full time employees producing the clothes on the sanctuary and 26 full time guards on watch against poachers.
The garment's purchase price covers funding sanctuaries, educating locals to the benefits of their wildlife, building schools and provides fair trade equivalent wages for apparel production for locals who share their land and resources with the wildlife.
The Head of Design, Barry Grainger is the ex-Senior Designer of Burton and the UK brand is currently being financially supported by people such as Tim Henman and comedian Alistair McGowan.
The Wildlife Works UK collection will be available on-line at wildlifeworks.co.uk and select boutiques.
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