Bally Is Empowering Cambodian Silk Weavers With This New Project

Swiss brand Bally has joined forces with NGO Soieries du Mékong on a limited edition scarf collection, made by silk weavers in Cambodia. Soieries du Mékong has made a of providing women from poor rural areas sustainable employment, and helping them develop their skills: each scarf from the collection takes a silk expert up to 40 hours to weave and finish by hand.

The scarves are now available for purchase online via Bally’s website

By Ryan Sng

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