The Christmas Home
Handicraft: Felt at its finest
Making your Christmas even better!
Creating Opportunities for Economically Disadvantaged Producers
Everest Fashion’s mission is to develop social and economic capacity through providing employement opportunities and help disadvantaged producers to escape the cycle of poverty.
Our Fair Trade Practice
Everest Fashion operates its business with concern for the social, economic and environmental well-being of its producers.
Our Initiated Fair Trade Projects
Projects like building 75 homes after a devastating earthquake, sanitary napkins distribution, health insurance to enhance life of every artisan
Voice of our Craft Women
My Name is Bhagwati Shahi. I am from Syangja and first came to Kathmandu 17 years ago. I live with my husband, who is a retired army officer and with one son and daughter. I have been working at Everest Fashion for the last 11 years. With this job, I feel empowered very happy and I am able to fulfill basic needs of my family. This is the reason I can always smile.
My name is Shova Maharjan and live Harisiddhi, Lalitpur. I have been with Everest Fashion since 10 years. My husband runs a small business and we have one child together. With my job at Everest Fashion, I feel independent and I can contribute in household expenses with my earning. I love my job and I am happy with it.
Hi, I am Ambika Acharya from Judibela Village in Rautahat district of Nepal. I moved to Kathmandu in 2006 with my family. After 2 months of moving, I
joined Everest Fashion as a Knitter, but had to leave my job due to a health
problem in 2012. I rejoined Everest Fashion after two years and today I
am confident of my skills. The earnings here has helped me to pay school
fees of my children and make a good living in Kathmandu. I would like to
convey many thanks to Everest Fashion for providing job opportunity for an
uneducated person like me.