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The Freedom Frock & Love the Skin You're In. A renaissance dress code.

There is a renaissance happening, and it's happening now! There is a definite re-birth of the conditions which allow for the highest expression of people's creativity. Although the mind will do its best to convince you that you don't have what it takes to be creative, if you bring heart to your mind, you will realise that being creative is your natural state of being. Three years ago, Kath and I were sitting at breakfast in Jaipur, a seed of creativity was germinating between us and I asked Kath "if you were to visualise what slumwear108 might look like, what would it be?" She lightheartedly scribbled the above on a piece of paper. The essence of this conversation greatly influences the...

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For What It's Worth

If we are to experience the possibility within every human condition then we must nurture a mindset of true worthiness, in the seen and unseen. Although it is simple to recognize the value in known quantities, ‘it’s only real if it can be measured’ is a narrow belief that cripples the potential for growth in our homes, work spaces and communities. Imagine what Real GDP, the barometer of a nations economic health would look like if it included the impact of kindness and shared joy between each other. Our work is about scaling the mindset of possibility, rather than scaling our slumwear108 range made through vocational training programs in the slums of Jaipur. Conventional business practise would focus on selling product...

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Nurture possibility: Embrace the mystery not the myth.

Social Justice is created when we nurture engagements that realise the fullness of any experience. When The Possibility Project talks about ‘fullness’, we talk about using every resource we have to create outcomes that demonstrate both material and non-material benefits, seen and unseen. We want all exchanges to reflect as much wealth and worth as possible, we named our label slumwear108 for this very purpose, to bring to life the potential of a situation by demonstrating the joy that also exists within the darkness. One of the greatest lessons we have mastered through our collaborative work with communities that live below poverty line, was to remove judgement of what we had initially believed possible with the resources we had. This...

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We Are. Slow Clothing. Fashion Revolution.

Join the movement. What is Fashion Revolution? The Fashion Revolution movement is a collaborative experience to encourage all of us to ask one vital question ‘Who made my clothes’? The mission is powerful, to create an industry that values people, the environment, creativity and profits in equal measure, it encourages individuals to make this happen. When we know where and how our products are made, we become better equipped to make responsible choices for both people and planet. How we take responsibility slumwear108 is part of a slow clothing model that values purpose along with profit, our recycled silk sari and naturally dyed garments are co-created with former street youths and impoverished women in Jaipur. We design and craft our...

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The PeaceMaker - The Art of Dignity

“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other’  Mother Teresa For Kath and I peace is an absolute experience, it naturally arises when you choose to create from non-judgement. We move peacefully between many diverse communities, none more apparent than our own in Sydney and that of the streets of Jaipur, and the simplest journey towards peace always occurs when we move from our heads (which judges everything) to our hearts (which joins). “Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal. We must pursue peaceful ends through peaceful means’ Dr M L King. Our work to support I-India with...

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