Find of the Week: Leila Hafzi

Norwegian designer Leila Hafzi produces her extravagant red carpet and bridal gowns in Nepal. Building a network across Nepal, Leila works with the best fabrics and tailors the country has to offer.  Her goal of introducing an ecological and ethical, global trading company in Nepal has remained unchanged since she first established her label.  Leila is working towards the development of an entirely environmentally friendly production cycle.  (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Norwegian designer Leila Hafzi.

For more information, visit  designer Leila Hafzi’s site.


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