Hannah is the founder of Luo Clothing, a not-for-profit business that creates sweatshop-free, ethical clothing. Cool eh? By being involved in the whole process, from design to finished product, she can rest assured that her T-shirts are trafficking and exploitation free.
The idea for Luo all started when Hannah was on her gap year. Whilst doing some volunteering she heard a talk that shocked her. She found out that women and children, girls as young as 3, are still being bought and sold as sex slaves. Not just in other countries, but in the UK as well.
"The idea of being trapped against my will and forced to do unimaginable things made me appreciated my freedom so much more."- Hannah
Hannah had an idea. She would combine her love of textiles with her passion for justice to create a business. And so, Luo Clothing was born. The word Luo means: To set free someone bound by chains. An inspired choice from the Greek New Testament.
Hannah wants to use her business to raise awareness for this vulnerable group and hopes to see an end to sex trafficking in her lifetime. A brilliant vision if you ask us! What’s equally brilliant is that Luo Clothing gives 50% of all t-shirt sale profits to One25! This money will go straight to helping women break free from street sex work, right here in Bristol. Cheers Hannah 🙂
"Join us in taking action for change."- Hannah