The seed for One Another was planted after a trip to India where Rick & Annette Carter had been travelling with not-for-profit Opportunity International. After seeing the harsh realities of living in poverty they decided to do something tangible to help make a difference. So they embraced the entrepreneurial spirit of the women they met in India and launched their own ethical brand.
Since their launch 3 years ago they have expanded to working with collectives located in India, Nepal, South Africa, Uganda and Central America, helping provide safe, stable employment with fair pay to over 60 artisans.
By combining their traditional artisan skills with One Another's classic designs, One Another are helping empower them to rise above poverty and dream new dreams for themselves and their families.
One Another textiles all have a label that is hand-signed by the embroiderer or weaver who made them, because they believe that ‘behind every product is a person’.