Digitizing endangered designs and creating royalties for isolated artists around the world.
- Partners include Chanel, Cartier, Outdoor Research, PrAna, H&M, amongst other under NDA (Fortune 100 retail partners)
- In Forbes 30u30, BoF, TechCrunch, Vogue Business, The Cut, WWD, Marie Claire, National Geographic, i-D, PBS
- Advisors include culturally influential institutions and IP Experts (Director of British Vogue, Dazed Magazine, Partners at Covington, etc)
Currently Operating in Six Regions
May 2, 2019
The benefits of life in larger cities can also come with the loss of a rich rural or indigenous craft culture. But this social enterprise company aims to bridge the gap between native artists and...
April 8, 2022
The startup Roots Studio, founded by MIT alumna Rebecca Hui, has created a platform that helps indigenous communities license their art to major fashion brands around the world.
September 30, 2021
Companies and organisations including Roots Studio and Nest are working to build a bridge between Indigenous artists and fashion brands in a way that’s mutually beneficial, and not exploitative.
June 2, 2021
The French luxury brand presented a total of $1,280,000 to the eight winners and 16 finalists to help fund their new business ventures
June 22, 2020
After straddling between the worlds of indigenous artists, startups, and investors across the world, I shared my reflections in an in-depth interview with Core77.
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