FASHIONABLE believes its role is to INVEST IN A WOMAN. When a woman is empowered with work to do, whether in the home or in an office, she not only experiences the joy and satisfaction of developing a skill, she also creates change in those around her. FASHIONABLE’s role in this story is working with women, both locally and globally, who have overcome challenges ranging from prostitution to addiction to a lack of opportunity. Every one of us understands what it means to overcome, and we are all ABLE to find purpose in the work we do.


The BRANDED Collective employs survivors of human trafficking from Nashville-based non-profit End Slavery Tennessee. The women work with local artisans to design and handcraft the jewelry collection. 25% of the profits go to the rescue and restoration of survivors. Many victims of human trafficking are BRANDED; their captors physically mark them with a number or symbol. The process is often violent: a forced tattoo, a burn or knife cut. When you receive your item from the BRANDED Collective, you are BRANDED. Each piece contains a unique number that represents one of the millions trapped in the nightmare of trafficking.




Heal Ministries empowers vulnerable, abandoned women & widows of Uganda in Christ centered programs that teach sustainability and family preservation. These women are choosing to work and learn trades to provide for their families. Every purchase supports the women that created the products. #PURCHASEWITHAPURPOSE



Leather hand bags designed and manufactured in Nashville. We practice a zero waste policy and pride ourselves on using North American hides that are a byproduct of the meat industry.



Noonday Collection is a fair trade business that uses fashion to create meaningful opportunities around the world.

Henri Rose is a women's sleepwear company that creates sustainable income generation to rescued sex trafficking victims in Cambodia. The women employed by Henri Rose are rescued from brothels in Cambodia through our partner organization. They are then able to secure sustainable jobs for themselves and their families by working in a sewing and screen printing center. The women are also able to receive healthcare, childcare and the opportunity to continue their academic education.

Henri Rose believes in never sacrificing on quality or trends, even while you're sleeping! Style is extremely important to us, and we hope to always produce items that are beautiful, timeless and elegant. The sleepwear is handmade, using only the best quality fabrics. The women making our sleepwear are extremely skilled and pay careful attention to detail.


Thistle Farms is a powerful community of women who have survived prostitution, trafficking and addiction. The organization employs more than 50 survivors through our social enterprises which include a natural body care company, Thistle Stop Cafe, paper and sewing studio, and global marketplace called Shared Trade. Started in 1997 by Rev. Becca Stevens under the name Magdalene, Thistle Farms includes a two-year residential program and advocacy services for up to 700 women yearly. 


Birthed in collaboration, Shared Trade: A Fair Share for Women embodies the growing movement to build economic freedom in the lives of marginalized women around the world. Shared Trade, the global marketplace of Thistle Farms, connects women producers directly to customers by distributing and selling their products.


Rosa Hermosa is a Nashville, Tennessee clothing company for women started in 2014 by Joanne Sowell, a lawyer, mom and activist for social justice. At its inception, the line was built to provide comfortable, casual clothing with a portion of proceeds benefitting the education of Honduran girls living at Our Little Roses - thus the rose as a symbol. After a successful first year, Joanne is better defining the enterprise to offer original designs, handmade in Nashville using sustainable fabrics such as cotton, bamboo and hemp and will continue to help women live out #fashionwithapurpose.

Strings for Hope is a 501(c)3 non-profit who take recycled musical strings and make them into wearable art.

Musical instrument strings are constructed using mixed metals making them non-recyclable in traditional manners, as a result they end up in landfills. Strings of Hope takes these strings and create unique handcrafted wearable art in the forms of bracelets, necklaces and rings for both men and women. Proceeds go back  to food distribution programs, healthcare clinics, and schools in Tennessee and globally in Honduras and Kenya.


Portmanteau is a jewelry collection designed for layering. HOOPS, CHAIN and FEATHER BIOT worn in any combination. Boho-chic, designed and produced in Nashville by designer Blaque Reily. A portion of today's proceeds will go to Girls Inc.! Portmanteau is in the process of building its own programming to teach jewelry and metalworking skills to at risk youth --Believing that creative potential, when experienced at a young age, can be confidence building and life shaping.



Out of the Blue Granola is carefully handmade in the on-site kitchen at the Blue Monarch facility. This granola is extra special, because while it is toasty, delicious and all-natural, each package of granola also tells the story of one of the Blue Monarch women who baked it, along with her touching testimony of recovery.



Denech is an online marketplace that connects local buyers with international sellers. All our products are handmade by artisans in Ethiopia. Our goal is to introduce you to unique and beautiful products that are a combination of traditional fabric and modern design for everyday life. We hope to encourage you to wear something custom every day.


Songs Against Slavery is a nonprofit organization joining in the fight against sex trafficking in the U.S and partner with musicians to raise awareness and funds by putting on benefit concerts around the country for nonprofits that are on the front lines of this fight. Songs Against Slavery also raises awareness through our musician partner's tours, CDs, and shows; bringing freedom through the universal language of music. Stop by to check out some of our concert merch to aid in the war against this injustice! SAS will also be providing live musical talent at the Good Makers Market.



Freedom’s Promise is a faith-based, nonprofit organization that partners with indigenous Cambodian groups to prevent human trafficking and child exploitation by transforming communities. In conjunction with the on-the-ground partners, Freedom's Promise creates an individualized, holistic community development program that promotes self-sustainability for high-risk communities.



We make trendy and unique clothes for little ones that reminds us of the simplicity of childhood. Every shirt purchased helps provide school uniforms to children in need.


Humphreys Street Coffee Co. and WOW! Soap are the social enterprises of Harvest Hands CDC. HSCC is an artisan micro roaster offering the highest quality Arabica coffees profile roasted in small batches to ensure the freshest, best tasting coffee available. WOW! Soap is a handmade soap company crafting soaps out of the finest oils and plant materials. These social enterprises exist to empower youth to develop job skills, learn the value of service, and earn money in their own neighborhood. Youth learn how to create, market and sell their products. All profits are reinvested into the youth, a college scholarship fund, and the programs of Harvest Hands CDC.


Poverty & the Arts (PovA) is a Nashville-based nonprofit that creates sustainable change for individuals experiencing and transitioning out of homelessness through creative outlets and community support. The PovA artists are able to not only generate income and gain valuable professional development skills through the Artist Collective program, but they also find a place that nourishes the soul, builds their confidence, and reignites their dreams. PovA artists earn 60% when original artwork is sold and 25% for prints!


Divine Art Toffee is a nonprofit Cafe/espresso coffee/jiuice/protein smoothie bar---and full Cafe & candy company. The mission is to serve the local community with good EATS & coffee bar. Plus most importantly to fulfill our nonprofit purposes of mentoring, employing and training individuals successfully graduating from Recovery programs Divine Art Toffee also works with Metro School and Lipscomb University in the High Functioning Disabled Student program, and lastly, the elderly, through having an outreach program and having the elderly come in to mentor/love on the Recovery employees.