Kings Of Indigo

Ko-na-hana

Colours: Rust
Size: xs
Regular price €229.95 €103.48

A workwear inspired jumpsuit made from corduroy. The pants are wide, while the top is fitted. The jumpsuit closes with buttons. There are double breast pockets and two front patch pockets. There are also two front and back pockets on the pants. The material is corduroy with a composition of organic cotton and hemp. This rust color is perfect for keeping with the classic warm, autumnal color scheme.


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The model is 178 cm tall and is wearing a S.
    COMPOSITION
    • The Ko-na-hana jumpsuit is made from a blend of hemp and organic cotton. Organic cotton is a natural fibre with no chemical treatment, while hemp requires 4 times less water than cotton to grow and returns up to 70% of it's nutrients back to the soil.
    • The jumpsuit is sustainably produced at Artlab in Tunisia, audited by the Fair Wear Foundation, an independent, nonprofit organization striving to improve good working conditions for workers in garment factories. They are committed to ensuring fair wages, regular working hours, a safe working environment and anti-discrimination. It's finish was made by the company Blue & Dye in Tunisia.

    ABOUT THE BRAND

    Why we love it: Kings Of Indigo is quality wear for the next era. 

    When Tony Tonnaer founded the Kings of Indigo company eight years ago, his objective was clear; to produce clothing in a sustainable way both socially and environmentally, without compromising on quality. Since then Kings of Indigo has always been two steps ahead of the rest. They are pioneering in this ever-changing sustainable fashion world, innovating with materials and sustainable production methods, constantly exploring how to reduce the impact on the planet and people; using its Five Pillars of Sustainability as cornerstones: planet friendly materials, water use, social responsibility, transport, and waste consciousness. By 2025, the entire Kings of Indigo collection will be made of recycled and/or man-made fibers.

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