However, Emma recently broke another trend by visiting poverty stricken Bangladesh and raising awareness about the awful conditions sweatshop workers are often subject to.
Emma proved that she not only values the designing of her clothes but also helping the women who make those pieces.
During her stay in the slums of Dhaka, the country’s capital, Emma was able to witness firsthand how the clothes are produced via her People Tree line.
“It’s just so impressive to see how the women have used fair trade clothing to escape poverty and empower themselves and their children. I was very moved and inspired,” she said in regards to the experience.
For those of you unaware about People Tree, Fair Trade allows the women who produce the clothes to be paid more and even provides them with a day care center and school.
Pretty cool, right?