Why You Should Buy High Quality Clothes

Posted on January 20, 2015

What if every piece of clothing you owned was like your favorite pair of jeans? That is my mantra.

If you're anything like me, you're tired of donating or throwing away your clothing. It's a waste of money as well as fuel for the clothing industry to continue creating disposable goods. America alone consumes nearly 20 billion garment every year. That means each person purchases about 65 garments a year, more than 1 per week. And unfortunately, a lot of those garments go to the landfill. The EPA reports that “an estimated 14.3 million tons (28,600,000,000 pounds) of textiles (waste) were generated

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Posted in eco fashion, slow fashion, sustainable

Kai D. Fall 13 New Arrival

Posted on September 23, 2013

It has been a long wait.  Our Fall 13 collection is finally complete.  Inspired by the Terra Nova Expedition led by captain Robert Falcon Scott with the objective of being the first to reach the geographical South Pole.  For this collection, we are using the compact wool felt from Bacci, an Italian artisan mill based just outside of Florence, as well as the timeless wax cotton from Japan.  Our new tie collection is made out of English tweed.  The super comfortable

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Posted in Artisan, Kai D., Look Book, Made in New York, slow fashion



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