DARA SKIRT

Good krama

DARA is the Khmer name for "Star" and this gorgeous skirt will really make you feel like one. This origami style skirt has pleats on the front and side pockets.
100% recycled cotton. Hand-woven details in navy blue and white threads. To know more
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ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Good Krama is a slow-fashion brand inspired by Cambodia and its traditional scarf made up of thousands of tiny squares. Traditional know-how and contemporary style come together to give birth to a unique brand that makes pieces in an artisanal way. The materials used are mixed: we find both this high-end Cambodian fabric, woven by hand on a wooden loom, and recycled materials from fabric scraps collected in local garment factories. Good Krama produces in small quantities and creates timeless pieces to reduce production waste, thus going against fast-fashion.

Composition

100% recycled material

Recycled materials are eco-responsible and help promote the circular economy. They are often made from pre- or post-consumer waste. Using recycled components to make new products significantly reduces the environmental impact of the production process, since no new material is created. Among the most common recycled materials, we find recycled cotton, recycled polyester, recycled wool, or recycled nylon. We can also recycle metals for jewelry, such as gold or silver.
Production

MANUFACTURERS

FairSew
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

All Good Krama brand products are made fairly by artisans in Cambodia, the brand's birthplace, in a workshop located in Phnom Penh. Small in size, FairSew is a craft workshop that treats its employees fairly by providing them with a safe working environment and wages well above the minimum levels of garment workers in Cambodia. The Good Krama brand is committed to visiting its Cambodian partners at least once a year.

Weavers
Takeo, Cambodia

For its accessories, Good Krama has partnered with Weavers, a project that involves creating high-quality 100% cotton accessories, handcrafted by local artisans. Coming from Cambodian families, artisans are bringing positive changes to their communities through Weavers. This initiative provides training and leadership development for its artisans, while preserving the art of Cambodian craftsmanship. The Good Krama brand is committed to visiting its Cambodian partners at least once a year.

Color Silk
Takeo, Cambodia

For silk, Good Krama works with Color Silk, a social enterprise that aims to prevent the disappearance of the Cambodian weaving tradition. All Good Krama silks are completely hand-woven in Takeo province with Color Silk which empowers over 400 women living in rural areas and contributes to their economic development and financial independence. The Good Krama brand is committed to visiting its Cambodian partners at least once a year.

Commitments
  • ico-eco-responsible
    Good Krama is part of an environmental approach and in this logic, has chosen to produce in small quantities. This makes it possible to avoid overproduction and therefore to save resources due to the production of new products. The brand also manufactures in a short circuit: all stages of production are carried out within a small area in Cambodia, from sourcing raw materials to making products. All the products of the Good Krama brand are entirely handmade, made in an artisanal way. In addition, the products do not contain any toxic substances and the tinctures are completely natural. Finally, the brand is proud to commit to a "zero waste" initiative.
  • ico-recycle
    The materials used for the manufacture of Good Krama products are ecological: they are upcycled or natural. In the first case, the brand promotes the circular economy and waste reduction by recovering rolls of fabrics forgotten and destined to be discarded. She upgrades them and uses them to make the brand's clothes. This process considerably reduces the environmental impact linked to the production process, since no new material is created.
  • Natural
    The materials used for the manufacture of Good Krama products are ecological: they are upcycled or natural. In the second case, the brand uses cotton, silk, linen or even bamboo. These materials are manufactured in the province of Takeo in Cambodia, near the place of production. The weaving villages operate with manual weaving machines. There is absolutely no electricity, resulting in zero carbon dioxide emissions.
  • Organic
    For cotton, Good Krama uses cotton from organic farming.
  • Local production
    All of the production stages for Good Krama products are carried out in a small area in Cambodia.
  • Artisanal production
    The production of all the collections is made in Cambodia, in a small artisan workshop that respects and shares social and environmental values ​​and commitments. All employees work in good conditions and receive fair compensation.

100% recycled material

Recycled materials are eco-responsible and help promote the circular economy. They are often made from pre- or post-consumer waste. Using recycled components to make new products significantly reduces the environmental impact of the production process, since no new material is created. Among the most common recycled materials, we find recycled cotton, recycled polyester, recycled wool, or recycled nylon. We can also recycle metals for jewelry, such as gold or silver.

MANUFACTURERS

FairSew
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

All Good Krama brand products are made fairly by artisans in Cambodia, the brand's birthplace, in a workshop located in Phnom Penh. Small in size, FairSew is a craft workshop that treats its employees fairly by providing them with a safe working environment and wages well above the minimum levels of garment workers in Cambodia. The Good Krama brand is committed to visiting its Cambodian partners at least once a year.

Weavers
Takeo, Cambodia

For its accessories, Good Krama has partnered with Weavers, a project that involves creating high-quality 100% cotton accessories, handcrafted by local artisans. Coming from Cambodian families, artisans are bringing positive changes to their communities through Weavers. This initiative provides training and leadership development for its artisans, while preserving the art of Cambodian craftsmanship. The Good Krama brand is committed to visiting its Cambodian partners at least once a year.

Color Silk
Takeo, Cambodia

For silk, Good Krama works with Color Silk, a social enterprise that aims to prevent the disappearance of the Cambodian weaving tradition. All Good Krama silks are completely hand-woven in Takeo province with Color Silk which empowers over 400 women living in rural areas and contributes to their economic development and financial independence. The Good Krama brand is committed to visiting its Cambodian partners at least once a year.

  • ico-eco-responsible
    Good Krama is part of an environmental approach and in this logic, has chosen to produce in small quantities. This makes it possible to avoid overproduction and therefore to save resources due to the production of new products. The brand also manufactures in a short circuit: all stages of production are carried out within a small area in Cambodia, from sourcing raw materials to making products. All the products of the Good Krama brand are entirely handmade, made in an artisanal way. In addition, the products do not contain any toxic substances and the tinctures are completely natural. Finally, the brand is proud to commit to a "zero waste" initiative.
  • ico-recycle
    The materials used for the manufacture of Good Krama products are ecological: they are upcycled or natural. In the first case, the brand promotes the circular economy and waste reduction by recovering rolls of fabrics forgotten and destined to be discarded. She upgrades them and uses them to make the brand's clothes. This process considerably reduces the environmental impact linked to the production process, since no new material is created.
  • Natural
    The materials used for the manufacture of Good Krama products are ecological: they are upcycled or natural. In the second case, the brand uses cotton, silk, linen or even bamboo. These materials are manufactured in the province of Takeo in Cambodia, near the place of production. The weaving villages operate with manual weaving machines. There is absolutely no electricity, resulting in zero carbon dioxide emissions.
  • Organic
    For cotton, Good Krama uses cotton from organic farming.
  • Local production
    All of the production stages for Good Krama products are carried out in a small area in Cambodia.
  • Artisanal production
    The production of all the collections is made in Cambodia, in a small artisan workshop that respects and shares social and environmental values ​​and commitments. All employees work in good conditions and receive fair compensation.