Fashion Special 2016: Senjo Clothing

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Senjo Clothing

Senjo Clothing in Amsterdam (Niederlande) bietet qualitativ hochwertige ‘Earth Wear’-Mode, ein markantes, sich gut ergänzendes Outfit mit besonderem Design. Designerin Mathilda Oakmeadow setzt auf komfortable Bekleidung mit einzigartigem Tribaleinschlag. Die meisten Schnitte werden vor dem Versand handgearbeitet, die Materialien sind unter umweltfreundlichen Bedingungen hergestellt. Ihre Kleidung wird von Bands wie OMNIA und Faun getragen und in vielen internationalen Magazinen gezeigt.

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Ihr findet eine schöne Auswahl unter senjoclothing.com und dem neu eröffneten Zubehör Shop bei etsy.com/shop/SenjoClothing. Sichere dir 15% Discount mit „mushroompromo“ um Senjo Clothings 10-jähriges Bestehen zu feiern!

Senjo Clothing

Senjo Clothing are renowned for their high quality earth wear fashion, offering distinctive basic garments as well as more elaborate designs. Designer Mathilda Oakmeadow aims to provide comfortable garments with a unique tribal twist. Most designs are hand crafted to order, all basic fabrics are created under ecological conditions. Her clothes are worn by bands like OMNIA and Faun and featured in many international magazines.

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You can find them at senjoclothing.com and the newly opened accessory shop at etsy.com/shop/SenjoClothing. Get 15% discount with „mushroompromo“ in celebration of Senjo Clothing‘s 10-year anniversary!

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More about Senjo Clothing you can find on the Senjo Clothing Facebook page.

Senjo Clothing shared NowThis's Amaliah Bus Picks Up Syrians And Takes Them To Israel For Medi....

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Please help if you can, even if just a few euros. We can not stand by and do nothing in this, so please do what you can! ❤️❤️❤️

I will donate as much as I can from the proceeds from Castlefest next weekend!!

www.cidi.org/syria-ngos/#.WFDw9ySkqEe
Is a list of organisations working within Syria that needs money to operate.

www.amsterdam-mamas.nl/articles/europes-refugee-crisis-how-you-can-help is a list of maybe more Dutch related organisations but have a look!

Original post from Humans of Amsterdam:
Usually I don't share things on this page but like many of us I have been watching the situation in Syria from the outside feeling desperate and unable to do anything. Everything has probably already been said and too little has been done.

I came across Dr. Rabin's story, a man who invested all his time and money in order to give medical care to Syrians. The bus of angels picks them up at the Israeli/Syrian border and brings them to a ''safe zone'' where Doctor Rabin and his team treat them. Their organization is called Amaliah. An initiative which is a small light in the dark.

That is why Humans of Amsterdam will be making a 200 USD donation to their cause. Please consider donating or sharing if you can:
www.gofundme.com/Amaliah-Ziv
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This bus picks up Syrians who need help and takes them to Israel for medical care

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Senjo ClothingAn excellent article with more links to help organisations. The UN has blocked help convoys so it's probably a good idea to donate to organisations that's already within Aleppo. www.independent.co.uk/news/world/aleppo-conflict-latest-five-things-you-can-do-to-help-a7472681.html

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Dear Dutch friends.. You know those super simple clothes racks that you see on street markets around Holland? Any idea where they find them, or do you maybe have a few to sell/lend/rent?

Its not the wheel kind, but just a very simple metal frame on feet..

Any help appreciated!! 😀
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Theresia WaalderbosLook for them second hand on marktplaats?

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