TDC Fashion provides an alternative to the traditional method of apparel manufacturing by way of deploying advanced technologies in a socially responsible manufacturing process.
We put the ability to design and produce your own fashion label in your hands. Cutting-edge research and computer technology have been harnessed to allow anyone from an individual fashion-enthusiast to a top-level fashion-designer to have unparalleled creative control in the process of designing custom clothing.
Once a design has been completed. It’s virtual specifications are made reality by the skilled hands of our seamstresses. Primarily comprised of widowed refugees, our manufacturing process gives work to those who need it; and because there are no middlemen between the design and manufacturing processes, each employee is paid a living wage that allows them to purposefully provide for their family and community.
Rebecca Medina Cofounder CTO
Rebecca passion’s for technology within software provide the perfect fit to the organization. Her talent in the field of electronic systems engineering can be seen through the platform.
She brings a unique experience of both software engineering and financial background to TDC. With her passion, knowledge, and expertise, she uses what she has learned to make a difference at a global scale through TDC Fashion.
Farasat Khan Chan Cofounder CAO
Kindah Ayrout Cofounder CEO
Kindah’s passion in starting TDC Fashion began through her mother, who is a dressmaker. She has Master’s in Business Administration and Finance through St. Thomas University as well as over 10 years and supply chain management.
This is something that is important to Kindah as she understands what her mother had to go through as a widow raising children. This instilled a drive for her children to work hard and succeed in life without having to lose dignity or self-respect. It is this drive that pushes Kindah, to create a better life for other women who are displaced by war and famine.