The Cabi Collaboration

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Heart of Cabi Foundation found a new way to help others over the weekend.

Cabi’s foundation has existed since 2005.

This year the retailer partnered with inspirational jewelry brand The Giving Keys to collaborate on a design for Cabi’s fall collection.

According to a 2018 Women’s Wear Daily report, “Called the Tribute Necklace, it features a golden key inscribed with the word “Better” and a silver key inscribed with the word “Together.” The keys are meant to symbolize the power of community and in-person experiences that unite women. Each key sits on its own chain, and the two can be worn together or separately.”

The necklace is available now on the retailer’s site for $89.

A portion from each sale will go to Cabi’s foundation so it can be invested in women’s causes around the globe.

 

The foundation has distributed $50 million in apparel to women in communities affected by natural disasters and has funded 12,800 small business loans to women across 62 developing countries to enable them to work their way out of poverty, according to a 2018 Women’s Wear Daily report.

Lynne Coté, chief executive officer of Cabi, said, “At Cabi, it has always been our belief that our business must be about something bigger than ourselves, and that we have a larger responsibility to do good in the world.”

The brand was founded in 2001 by designer Carol Anderson and 10 others. The business model is reminiscent of the Tupperware parties, only now it involves women consultants-stylists who host in-home fashion shows for her friends, according to a 2018 Women’s Wear Daily report.

Caitlin Crosby Benward, founder and chief executive officer of The Giving Keys, said the collaboration was “on an exclusive style that gives women so many ways to be creative with their words of inspiration.”

 

I tend to focus my attention outwards and am drawn to the external world of action. I learn a lot about the world through experience. Focusing on what I have seen, heard, or touched, gives me the ability to develop a practical and realistic outlook on the world. Making decisions based on impersonal criteria like principles and logic is very important to me.I accept responsibility for my actions. When I succeed, I accept the satisfaction of the achievement, and if I do fail at something, I learn from it and do better next time. I feel confident in my abilities and am accepting of myself. I have good time management skills. I am able to fit the most important things in life into my schedule. I have a strong sense of goal commitment.

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