Meet The Makers

We care about the makers behind our products. We operate in full transparency, so here's a virtual tour of our partners in Cambodia!

COLOR SILK

We get all of our silks handwoven in the Takeo Province of Cambodia. We work with Color Silk – a social enterprise that aims to prevent the ancient Cambodian weaving tradition from vanishing. Color Silk empowers over 400 women living in rural areas and helps to contribute to their economic development and financial independence.

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WEAVERS PROJECT

The Weavers Project creates high quality, uniquely designed accessories from 100% cotton, handcrafted by local artisans. Their artisans come from Cambodian families making positive changes in their community. Weavers provides training and leadership development for its artisans, preserving the art of Cambodian craft and sharing each story of change.

FAIRSEW

FairSew is a manufacturing studio in Phnom Penh that treats its employees fairly by providing them with a safe working environment, offering benefits well above the minimum levels for garment workers in Cambodia and giving staff opportunities for further learning and development. The staff at Fairsew learn how to make entire garments and do not just work the assembly line.

Friends International

Our latest Zero Waste Accessories are made in partnership with Friends International, an NGO which aims to respond to the harsh living conditions of street living and working children. Today, this NGO works in seven zones of the city, providing holistic social support to over 18,000 children, youth and families per year so they can claim their rights to health, safety, family care and education.

 

PSE

Pour un Sourire d'Enfant (PSE) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing food, medical care, general education, and vocational training to destitute children in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. Their sewing workshop employs 30 women whose children are supported by the NGO: they are guaranteed a fair wage (above the industry average) and safe working conditions. The studio also serves as a training ground where the emphasis is on learning a new skill so they can evolve in future employment opportunities. The goal is to increase their income and financial stability so their children can stay in school.