Emporio Roma Chooses Socially Conscious Manufacturing

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Emporio Roma provides economic opportunity to rural women by choosing South Africa to manufacture its clothing line.

We employ fashion Artisans who create individual works of art with each production piece. Our garments are hand tailored, embroidered, and beaded conforming to the highest standards. Our artisans have generations of experience with these production methods ensuring the quality that our customers deserve and expect.

Emporio Roma, a producer of high quality garments and clothing, has converted its manufacturing process to a more socially conscious method that will now provide economic opportunities for rural women in South Africa.

"We searched the world to find the best manufacturing processes and then we took it a step further," says Scott Etkin, founder and creative director at Emporio Roma, LLC.

"Our manufacturing partner has decades of experience in the manufacturing of exquisite garments. They have taken this expertise and expanded into an under utilized workforce in the region. By providing training and above average pay we have given families the ability to send their children to school and have a better standard of living."

"We employ fashion Artisans who create individual works of art with each production piece. Our garments are hand tailored, embroidered, and beaded conforming to the highest standards. Our artisans have generations of experience with these production methods ensuring the quality that our customers deserve and expect."

"As a company we have always wanted to be able to produce the highest of quality garments and to achieve this is a socially conscious way," says Etkin. "I hope at the end of the day we have been able to achieve these goals and impact the world in a positive way."

If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Scott Etkin, please call 888.634.3334 or email setkin @ emporioroma.com

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