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Thraedable- Sunny Tote

SUNNY was inspired by Thraedable's workshops with "the children of the moon" in Medenine, Tunisia - children affected by a genetic condition that makes them hypersensitive to UV light. Sunshine is one of the few abundant things in the desert region of Medenine, where services and economic opportunities are scarce. Sunshine is also the biggest threats to the health of XP children. A reminder not to take enjoying a sunny day for granted; and a call not to forget those who cannot. 50% of gross profits from the sale of each SUNNY are shared with the Association of the Children of the Moon in Medenine, supporting the children of the moon to break their social isolation. 100% organic cotton.

Thraedable is a social enterprise that tells the stories of people on the margins of
society and raises funds for grassroots organisations that defend their human rights.


Wearable stories for a just world.
We want a world, where everybody has a voice, where everybody’s rights are respected, where sustainability is the norm. To build this world we make clothes that tell stories through designs inspired by drawings made during our art workshops. We share 50% of gross profits from the sale of each item with grassroots organisations that defend human rights. We respect people and the planet from production to delivery, using only organic materials, water-based inks and biodegradable mailers.
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