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Written by Amy Scalia   
Monday, 21 November 2011 06:33

Stop Traffick Fashion
A local lady started a site that sells fab fashion items, while also helping survivors of human trafficking. Find out how you can change lives one wardrobe staple at a time.


112111ADVERTORIAL.jpgAs a fashionista, you love to stop traffic with your wowing wardrobe. But what if you could stop traffick, too?


Emily Hill, founder of Stop Traffick Fashion (STF), was inspired to launch her business in June 2009 to combat human trafficking. Her online boutique raises awareness, supports victims and 112111ADVERTORIAL2.jpghelps organizations that aid victims.


STF features fashion items hand-made by human trafficking survivors, which allows them to make a fair wage and begin a new self-supporting life for themselves. STF also sells merchandise from several other organizations, such as Freeset and NightLight, which work directly with the survivors to train them in a particular craft, and the organization helps market and sell the products.


"All STF products are made by survivors of human trafficking," says Hill, "and STF donates a portion of their revenue to organizations who work hands-on to rescue and rehabilitate women."


Also, by buying a product on Hill's site, you not only provide financial support, you raise awareness too. "STF helps you put your purchase power to work in a beautiful way," says Hill. "When you give an STF product, you can share a story of hope with your friends and family and help ensure a brighter future for families around the world."


So, consider being a Stop Traffick Santa this year as you shop for yourself and loved ones this holiday season. "STF has eye-catching handbags and jewelry to complement any outfit and get you noticed," says Hill. "Plus, it allows you to become part of these women's stories of freedom and hope."


To get you started, here are Hill's favorite items on the site:
Chili Pepper Necklace
Free Bird Necklace

Pearl Opulence Necklace

Willow Knot Necklace

Mrs. Bird Shoe & Accessory Travel Bag

Organizer Wallet

New Life Women's Tee

Beloved Tote


Click on the webcast below to see an interview with Cincy Chic's Amy Scalia and STF's Hill.

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Amy Scalia, a Cincinnati native, is the editor in chief and publisher of Cincy Chic. Send her an e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


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