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Fashion Revolution Week

As a forerunner of the contemporary craft movement, Donna has always remained true to her principles, using traditional techniques and UK-based suppliers wherever possible, helping to keep craftsmanship alive. 18-24th April marks Fashion Revolution Week, uniting the fashion industry and igniting a revolution to radically change the way our clothes are sourced, produced and purchased. We are taking part by showing you who makes our knitted accessories and sweater #imadeyourclothes in response to #whomademyclothes.

Aldona Fashion Revolution

We are proud that all our soft lambswool sweaters and wearable accessories are made in Scotland by a family run business, with an excellent reputation of manufacturing the highest quality knitwear. On Facebook, Twitter and Instagram we will post daily this week our makers who help in every step of the way to making our garments.

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