Let us be the first to introduce you to a homeware brand, The Campbell Collection. Launched in January 2021, they use ancient Indian craft to create beautiful furnishings, while reinvesting profits to improve the lives of their makers. The brand was founded by a Bath-based husband-and-wife duo, Emma and Tim Campbell.
All of their products are handmade in India by artisans who have been weaving or printing for generations and are proud masters of their craft. Whether its a women-led paper making studio in Jaipur or a presidential-awarded silk weaver in Varanasi, all of the makers who work on these beautiful products are highly skilled and take pride in their work.
Ethics are at the heart of The Campbell Collection’s sourcing process: all of their makers are paid a fair wage for their work, and many of the brand’s community partners are small co-operatives or individual self-employed weavers. Emma and Tim are so passionate about improving the lives of their makers that they’ve pledged to donate 10% of their yearly profits back into the areas where their products are made. This will go towards funding health, education and empowerment projects in their artisans’ local communities.
Materials matter, too. The worldwide textile industry is hugely harmful – from intensive irrigation of conventional cotton crops, to the large scale use of nasty chemicals to the poisoning of communities who live alongside factories. Emma and Tim believe that modern businesses have a responsibility to source materials and use processes that are kind to both planet and people, which is why their first collection uses organic cotton, organic linen, pure silk and recycled cotton paper.
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