This Young Designer Started a Brand to Help Refugees

Courtesy of Fast Coexist
Courtesy of Fast Coexist

Main point: Angela Luna is a young fashion designer who left her day job to start a brand that helps refugees

Source: Fast Company

Writer: Sandra Pasquariello

Angela Luna, founder of Adiff, makes clothes to help refugees. But her path from fashion and enter social entrepreneurship wasn’t easy: “It was a definite risk, switching from my comfort zone—which was couture and evening wear—and going to something where I had no experience at all.” In the video below, Luna explains how she has made her new business work.

Watch a video about her work here ….

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