Ethical lingerie helps women in South America gain entrepreneurial skills
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Regular readers of Springwise may remember our recent coverage of Canada's World Housing, the company that donates new housing to locations that need them every time a customer purchases a property. Now Naja is aiming to do the same for underwear, providing Colombian women with marketable skills and employs them to help create its luxury products. The Naja range includes a variety of bras and panties available in different prints, using Peruvian Pima cotton, nylon lace and even memory foam for its bras. Despite the use of luxury materials and attention to detail, items cost around USD 10-20 for panties…
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