KINDOM believes humans and nature are created from the same building blocks of the universe, noting we are directly related to each other. We are KIN. We are of the same elements that make up the world around us and beyond the reaches of space. You are the Universe! Building an environment where we are the responsible stewards of nature, living things, and each other. Their motto “Let’s build a KINDOM.”
Sustainable, natural, reclaimed, and indigenous materials are the core of these beautiful designs. Due to the finite materials available, each collection is limited and exclusive, Mindful and conscious is the method of not only design but also this brand.
The fashion industry is the second largest polluter in the world, next to the oil industry. KINDOM focuses on using materials to decrease waste and reduce pollution like:
Organic Cotton: A natural fiber made of cotton plants, Organic Cotton uses no harmful pesticides.
Bamboo: A cellulose fiber that uses significantly less water than normal plants and is extracted or fabricated from natural bamboo.
Hemp: Also a cellulose fiber that uses significantly less water and is made from fibers which grow on the outside of the hemp plant’s stalk.
Tencel: Tencel is also a cellulose fiber obtained from wood pulp using recyclable solvents.
rPET or Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate: This is Recycled Polyester. Traditional, virgin polyester is made from oil obtained through irresponsible processes. The Recycled Polyester KINDOM uses is often made of plastic bottles, which helps divert plastic from landfills, helping to reduce dependency on petroleum as a raw material.
Whether it’s a high-end brand or a fast-fashion brand, practically every apparel or accessory is individually packed in its own plastic bag, to reduce damages in shipping and to protect the product. Plastic takes between hundreds to thousands of years to biodegrade, depending on the composition.
Making the right choices for a better world and an eco-responsible company, KINDOM does not use just any plastic bag. In addition to using sustainable materials to manufacture their garments, they also use compostable plastic bags. This makes a difference where it really counts. KINDOM offers gender-free designs creating choice for all. What is not to love about this California based sustainable brand. www.kindomshop.com