Meet some of our ethical, sustainable partners who produce our clothes.
SOKO is focused on creating sustainable livelihoods and an alternative to prostitution and poaching in a region of Kenya with the country's highest rates of unemployment. Beyond providing jobs, SOKO regularly implements outreach in the neighboring community. One program is a Stitching School and Hub where women learn how to sew and can access the resources to become entrepreneurs.
SOKO has a strong focus on women's empowerment, providing free childcare during work hours and a program for women to make and sell re-usable sanitary pads.
In Kiswahili, tushone means "let us stitch." We work with a workshop in Nairobi called Tushone where we do product development and special orders.