Tonle kimono jacket - navy and grey twill
A structured, heavier weight jacket makes a unique statement piece and works great as a light early fall coat, or layered over heavier layers for colder months. The unique fabric used in this jacket follows a traditional twill structure but is handwoven from tiny scraps of recycled fabric as part of the zero waste process. The twill pattern features a distinctively different front and backside of the fabric, and 2 side pockets highlight the contrasting side of the fabric. This unique piece is finished with a hand-carved wooden button made from reclaimed wood. It comes in one size and fits 0-16.
People who work on this product: Dara, Srey Leak, Nearady
tonlé is an impressive zero-waste, ethical women’s fashion brand based in San Francisco, California. tonlé fashions their garments from remnant fabric scraps from large mass-production garment factories in Cambodia. With this method, they completely avoid creating cloth or dyeing fabric -- both of which have huge implications on the planet. Through their innovative production process, tonlé avoids using pesticides, excessive water, and generating additional carbon emissions. tonlé is also committed to using recycled packaging and completely avoids single-use plastic in all forms.
The result is simply stunning, beautiful, durable and strong clothing items -- true statement pieces that stand out in a crowd and last a lifetime.