• VEGAN.
  • CLEAN.
  • Cambodia: They scour the remnant markets in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where pre-consumer textile waste from large garment factories (aka dead stock fabrics) is collected and resold. 

  • Dead stock fabrics/pre-consumer waste from large garment factories.

  • 100% plant-based dyes.

  • They are a “maker-led” community meaning their garment makers have a huge role in creating/operating tonlé from the ground, up. 

  • Ravy, Srey, Eng, Sokha, and Nimo of Cambodia helped Rachel in creating a fair, humane, and mutually-beneficial workplace for all. 

  • All employees work on their own free-will, are paid fair/living wages, given regular breaks, work in safe, sanitary conditions and are passionate about what they do.

  • In addition they have great benefits, including a generous vacation package, free lunch, training opportunities, and team retreats!

  • Each maker proudly signs their name on the tag of each garment they create!

  • Their workshop is structured more like a sewing circle than an assembly line.

  • Team members exchange expertise on designs and learn the full process of making each garment.

  • They are 100% transparent and honest about their entire manufacturing process.

  • Package-Free.

  • They use 100% of all of their materials and create virtually zero-waste. 

  • All fabrics are burn tested to ensure they are at least 90% natural and plant-based fibers.

  • Since they use up-cycled textiles, there may be traces of synthetic fabrics like polyester. We recommend using a guppy bag or a microfiber filter when washing your pieces. 

  • They offer an “open closet” resale platform where you can purchase returned items at a discounted price to ensure nothing goes to waste. 

  • They have diverted thousands of pounds of textiles from being sent to landfills and incinerators, and have turned them into beautiful garments and distinctive homewares.

  • No animal testing or products are used at any point in the manufacturing process. Period.

  • They don't discriminate based on gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion etc. 

  • Their products and marketing are diverse and inclusive.

  • Wide range of sizes for nearly all shapes.

  • All of their clothing is designed to be gender neutral and worn by all!

  • All textiles are at least 90% natural and plant-based, confirmed via burn testing.

  • There may be some traces of synthetic fabrics like polyester as they use 100% up-cycled textiles.

  • NO harmful chemicals.

  • 100% plant-based dyes.