CFB's New Brands for 2021

Article published at: Jan 15, 2021 Article author: Melynda Hensley
CFB's New Brands for 2021
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For 2021, Cage-Free is bringing in some new brands that we are pretty excited to share with you! From a new handbag line to a new shoe brand with some contemporary basics you didn't know you needed, we chose these brands not only because of the awesome products they sell... but because the amazing charities these businesses donate to and are passionate in helping. 

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Latico Leather

 Since 1984, this family-ran business creates "100% handcrafted leather handbags, wallets, and accessories with boho-vibes + individual style" in New Jersey. In 2020, Latico received the "2020 Independent Handbag Designer Award." Not only are they winning awards, but they are donating to Feed America.  Because with every purchase, ten meals are donated to Feeding America, and thus far, 56,000 meals have been donated... and counting!




S'Edge Apparel

Founded in 2020 in Atlanta, S'Edge focuses on "providing the highest-quality fabrics," fully made in America, and a chic styling with an ideal fit. S'Edge realizes that the modern woman "wears many hats from mother to entrepreneur to volunteer to caregiver and so much more," and with that in mind, they "provide effortless essentials to fit" today's multi-tasking lady. With each purchase, a portion of the proceeds goes to Joni and Friends, an organization "committed to bringing the Gospel and practical resources to people impacted by disability around the globe." One of the amazing aspects of the Joni and Friends organization is their "Wheels for the World" initiative that provides a wheelchair to those less fortunate. 


Chinese Laundry 

Started in 1971 by the Goldman couple in Los Angeles, Chinese Laundry has developed from "a small shoe manufacturer to a globally recognized fashion footwear." Since their humble beginnings, they have branched out to four brands: Chinese Laundry, CL by Laundry, 42 Gold, and Dirty Laundry. When they aren't running their global shoe empire, the Goldmans are giving back, and one such charity that they donate to is the Shoes for Orphan Souls (SOS), providing new shoes and socks to the millions of orphans worldwide. 



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