doing good can look good, too

At tonlé, we see fashion differently – from the way it’s made to the way it’s worn. Our process starts with scrap waste sourced from mass clothing manufacturers. Using every last thread, we create handmade clothing and accessories signed by their Cambodian makers. Our family of employees is made up of individuals with spirit, drive and dreams. Together, we’ve built a supportive environment with fair employment practices where everyone expresses themselves, learns new skills, and is proud of what they do.  We believe style is more than what you wear – it’s what you choose to be a part of.


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About our packaging

About our packaging

This holiday season, we're offering free gift wrapping for our customers. Normally, we try to offer the most minimal packaging possible. The gift wrapping that we're offering is a light, mindful touch to remind you and your loved ones that we appreciate you! But we wanted to let you know a little about how we've gone about selecting our packaging and why we do it this way. 
November 28, 2018 by Rachel Faller
This Thanksgiving week, we have an ambitious giving goal.

This Thanksgiving week, we have an ambitious giving goal.

This Thanksgiving week, we were going to offer a sale exclusively to our friends and family on our mailing list, we were going to write about how we don’t make a huge profit on our items and how a larger percentage of the sale price goes back to the artisans who worked on the products, and we were going to talk about gratitude and how lucky we are to be surrounded by such an amazing group of champions and supporters and how you make our important work at tonlé possible. All of these things are still true. But then, half of California was on fire.

November 20, 2018 by Rachel Faller
Featured Retailer: Amara

Featured Retailer: Amara

Featured Retailer: Amara. "Everything has a story - The story of who made it, their culture, talents, struggles and traditions. By telling the stories of global makers, we contribute to a culture of transparency, connection, equality and understanding. And we could all use more of that."

November 14, 2018 by Paige Glovinsky

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