Kate Spade Teams Up With Women's Group in Rwanda

The fashion company's work with 150 local women to create one-of-a-kind accessories aims to empower communities across the globe.
2:18 | 07/23/14

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Now to Kate spade's mission to empower women and looked around the world to find the right group of women. So they now helped create a line of accessories that are both stylish and this is the best part, they're socially responsible. Bianna golodryga has our story. ? Reporter: On purpose it's Kate spade and company's hottest new line of accessories crafted by 150 women in a small village in Rwanda, every piece is handmade and one of a kind. This is a for profit venture that you're encompasses upon. Why Rwanda. We found this incredible group of women that got together post-general side 20 years ago and looked to tart to put their life back together again. Reporter: From bracelets to inclusives to scarves, items are flying off the shelves. Some are even sold out online. Still all available in our stores and also it's a continuing project so in the fall we have we'll deliver new pieces. I can see the Kate spade brand, the touch is still there. The company believes by empowering women to empower themselves, it will ultimately influence their communities for the better. Whether they are machine operators in terms of machine sewing or detailed embroiderers they are about 40% higher than what that average wage is in Rwanda. Reporter: They're help to financially support their families and send their children to school. It's been so rewarding and you see it in them. You see it in their faces and their demeanor. Reporter: Kate spade and company hopes this will promote others to do the same and empower communities all across the globe. For "Good morning America," bianna golodryga, ABC news, new York. An incredible initiative and we have some of the items right here from the collection and we should mention they range in price from $22 to $140. The next on purpose collection available in stores and online in August and you can find out much more about the on purpose initiative at goodmorningamerica.com on Yahoo! A great way to spend your money and get really cute accessories. Very bright and Kate Spady. If you buy it, they can keep making them.

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