Clothing Line Empowers Liberian Girls with Every Cut of Its Fashion

Clothing Line Empowers Liberian Girls with Every Cut of Its Fashion
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Le Dessein's fashion-forward approach helps young girls from Liberia by funding their education and highlighting their design work

Jason Brick
  • 4 august 2015

Le Dessein, a fashion company based in California, now donates 25 percent of all profits from its line of dresses, tops and jewelry to girls’ school tuition in Liberia. Like many west African countries, Liberia’s education infrastructure is sorely underfunded, and does little to educate girls with what resources it does have. Le Dessein’s decision is aimed to both provide monetary assistance and raise awareness of the problem.

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