Paid for content with Lost In Samsara

I’m really pleased to welcome a new blog sponsor, Lost In Samsara, to the blog this month.

Lost in Samsara is a very new and exciting ethical venture, started by Marvia and Alessia, two Italians who have been living in London for the last few years.  Whilst the venture is new, Marvia and Alessia have grand plans that I am excited to see come to fruition.

Marvia and Alessia plan to open a bricks and mortar ethical shop and cafe in London. This will be a space where people can come and shop for ethically sourced goods and accessories. But it’s going to be more than that. The plan is that it’s going to be a space where while they’re there, customers can have a coffee in the cafe area and read about the places and communities that have created the ethical goods they plan to sell. An ethical educational hub, if you will. There will also be a swap shop, to help keep unwanted goods in circulation. In short, it sounds like a wonderful place to shop and to hang out!

How to Get Involved with Lost in Samsara

To achieve all of this, Lost In Samsara has turned to crowdfunding to help secure the first three month’s startup costs.  To see how you can help, and to find out more, do visit their Indiegogo page.

Even if you can’t donate financially, there are still ways to get involved.  Marvia and Alessia are also looking for:

  • interior design students
  • artists looking for space to exhibit their art
  • bloggers to help them start a blog
  • or anyone with any relevant skills to help them out

What If I Don’t Live in London?

For those of us not local to London, Lost In Samsara will also soon be selling their beautiful fairtrade wares, including ethically produced clutch bags and tablet cases through Etsy.  Make sure you visit the website and follow Lost in Samsara via Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram to keep up-to-date with the latest developments!

ethical tablet case from Lost in Samsara

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