Founder Carly Burson started Laude the Label in 2014 to empower women around the world to find financial freedom through safe and meaningful employment at living wages. As a company, they measure success by impact, not profits. Their model is moving the fashion industry toward a more humane approach, where the Earth and the maker are valued equally to the customer.
LDL is proud to support women artisans in five countries — Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, India, and Peru. Women are the key to eradicating global poverty, and when women are empowered to earn an income, they reinvest 90 percent of that income back into health, education, food, children and their communities, compared to 30 percent for their male counterparts.
Sustainability is at the core of their mission. LDL is committed to environmentally safe practices in their manufacturing and makeing sure their products are designed to last. They believe in slow fashion and meaningful consumption. From apparel to accessories, they design timeless pieces in classic silhouettes and high quality materials. Years from now, their clothes should live in your closet, not a landfill.