Making Ends Meet is a shop-able project exploring how we can be better consumers and producers of clothing. Set up by British born, Berlin based fashion designer Aimee Determann.
The project serves as an alternative to starting a clothing brand in a traditional and un-sustainable way. The intention of the project is to find ways of solving problems in fashion by challenging the integrity of every design decision. An emphasise on education throughout the project allows potential customers to make truly informed decisions before checking out.
Making Ends Meet aims to use materials which might otherwise become landfill while also providing infrastructure to support communities. Workers involved in the production of products and promotional content are paid a fair wage and 10% of the profit from every sale will be donated to an organisation providing aid to garment industry workers.