We care about the people behind the stuff we make. Transparency of our production chain is key to retain integrity, so we bare it all for you:
We get all of our silks, cottons and kramas 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.
All of our clothing is produced in Phnom Penh with Fair Sew, a manufacturing studio 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.
So Pheak is the team leader. Her favorite way to wear her krama is as a classic scarf around her neck paired with a short dress for a night out.
Sreythe is the production assistant. She keeps it classic by pairing her krama as a scarf along with her favorite jeans.
Vannank is the pattern maker at the studio. She switches up her krama between a scarf and a bow, preferably paired with jeans and loads of accessories!
Sinorng is in charge of sample making. She prefers to wear her krama as a scarf along with a pink skirt.
Sipsomita is the cutting master at the studio. Her favorite way to wear her krama is as an elaborate wrapped shirt, preferably crop top style!
Sam Sokly is in charge of sewing at the studio. Her favorite way to wear her krama is as a bow around her hair paired with her go-to jeans.
Sokhen is in charge of sewing. She also likes to pair her krama with her favorite pink skirt.
Khim also takes care of sewing at the studio. She likes to wrap her krama as a bow in her hair paired with shorts.
Solli is the production assistant and mastermind behind the lifecycle analysis implementation of Good Krama. She prefers to wear her krama as an elaborate head wrap along with her favorite retro jeans.
Anneliese is the director of Fairsew. You can find her wearing her krama styled with her favorite 50s inspired floral dress.
Katia is the founder and creative director of Good Krama. You can find her wearing her krama around her neck or tied around her purse for an added pop of color.