Ten Thousand Villages in Carytown debuted three lines of fair-trade clothing for men, women and children with a fashion show at the store on June 4. "We've been looking into fair-trade clothing for a few years," says Karin Taylor, executive director and store manager. "This is sort of our test run to see how it goes, and if it's successful for us, then it's something we'll carry throughout the year." Itunu Adekoya (pictured), a preschool teacher at Grace Covenant Child Development Center, was among the models for the fashion show. The new lines are Global Mamas, a Minnesota company that carries cotton, hand-batiked apparel from Ghana; Chicago-based Mata Traders, with cotton clothing from India and Nepal; and Blue Hand of North Carolina, which supplied the Indonesian sarong that Adekoya is wearing as a halter dress. Just down the street in Carytown, AlterNatives also carries fair-trade clothing, including lines from California-based Synergy and Vermont-based Nusantara.