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HUMAN POWER SOCKS

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LOOP COLLABORATION STUDIO

“Loop Collaboration Studio” is creating professional and social integration strategies for people seen as social minority groups in developing regions. The studio is working towards artistic collaboration between the creative industry and producers from the social minority groups. “Loop Collaboration Studio” is embracing the skills and abilities of these people and invites people to engage with it and increase inclusivity. “Human Power” is to change and develop society!

 

LOOP COLLABORATION STUDIO

BELIEVES IN LIFE - CRAFTSMANSHIP - HUMAN WELL-BEING - HUMAN VALUES - SHARING - HUMAN POWER TO CHANGE.

WE ARE “LOOPERS”

“Loop Collaboration Studio” starts in Lithuania and is focusing on retired people, who struggled to find their audience, their professional voice, opportunities in the textiles/fashion industry, and who are looking to collaborate and integrate themselves and their knowledge in the creative field. "Loopers" embrace traditional craftsmanship within each "Human Power" socks pair. They invite every customer and supporter to discover what is "Human Power" to each of them and engage with it!

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LET’S CONNECT

Every "Human Power" socks pair identifies "Looper" who produced it. We invite our supporters to read what "Human Power" means to each of them on the "Loopers" section.

We also invite you to engage with us and share your own stories of "Human Power" on our social media by using #humanpower and #humanpowersocks @loop_collaboration. We are excited to connect!

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FOUNDER

I believe in human power to develop and change society as a socially active designer my mission is to contribute to this change!
— Ieva

Ieva Uzkurataite is a socially active fashion designer and strategist based in the Netherlands and Lithuania. She is focusing on implementing strategies which would increase inclusivity and human well-being of people perceived as social minority groups. She is challenging injustice and creating strategies which are helping social minorities to navigate themselves in the professional field and could lead them to employment, co-creation opportunities and profitable, long-lasting relationships with the creative and fashion industry. Fashion design in her practice is a tool helping to reach goals and create playful ways to represent social minority groups and issues related to them.

Find out more about founder on www.ieva.work

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