It is heart-warming to see young individuals embark on creative and unique ventures with a strong commitment to help the impoverished in responsible ways. Your story on Fashion ComPassion and the need for ethical fashion and business models was intriguing. Few international platforms are able to successfully promote the work done by women in villages, in developing parts of the world. It is brilliant that an initiative such as this allows women from conflict zones like Afghanistan, Palestine and Pakistan a way to earn a living and gain exposure. It is however unclear, how much these women earn and if they receive their fair due. More than often, bigger platforms leave enormous profit margins, largely benefitting from sales while those who direly need the resources, remain impoverished and mistreated. That does not necessarily seem to be the case with this particular venture. By allowing women from the developing world to contribute to high fashion, doors of opportunities are not only opening up but are also inspiring other aspiring fashion designers to delve into ethical business models and revamp the fashion industry with some good will.