The opportunity to wear a piece by Eden Diodati is more than an aesthetic statement. Launched in 2012 by former-lawyer Jennifer Ewah, the label has a commitment to a fashion ethos embedded in a four-tiered ethic they call ‘the Talisman’. The Talisman draws together four key philosophies; global cultural collaborations to achieve stunning designs, an ethical approach to manufacturing allowing artisans to re-create their futures, and a commitment to donate 10% of shareholder dividends to Medecins sans Frontieres.
These three core principles combine to produce the fourth – Eden Diodati’s vision to offer women the opportunity to experience true beauty through compassion. Eden Diodati’s garments are crafted through non-profit cooperative in Italy where disadvantaged women on the fringes of society are given the chance to rebuild their skills and lives. Plans are currently underway to grow, develop and help more non-profits and Non Governmental Organisations globally.
Eden Diodati has been recognised by the Ethical Fashion Forum, the industry body for sustainable fashion, and is one of its 500 Fellows around the world. Featured in publications around the world, including Vogue, Harper's Baazar and Vanity Fair, Eden Diodati represents the new chapter in luxury fashion’s story.
Considers the social and environmental factors in the design process.
Pays the local minimum wage and/or the local living wage.