For our latest collection, we worked with two of Cambodia's most prominent traditional and contemporary dancers as models, Tola Chap and Belle Sodhachivy Chumvan. Tola has practiced traditional dance since she was very young, and is a dancer at the Royal Ballet of Cambodia. Belle is known as Cambodia's most renowned contemporary dancer, and now choreographs and teaches dance in Phnom Penh as well. Both have been invited to perform on stages around the world, and we were lucky to get a chance to work with both of them right after a long trip to Japan. We hoped to highly the comfort and simultaneous elegance of tonlé's clothing through dance and movement - and celebrate the gentle colliding of contemporary and traditional Cambodian inspiration in our design.
Fabulous collection of Winter. want to see more ..
We’ve been involved with a middle school in Cambodia for 10 years. We’d love to meet you and hear about your enterprise first hand. We’re in San Jose, but are at your disposal. Thank you for making a difference for these gentle people.
Love your clothes but sorry you only carry small sizes. You could save more of the planet by making larger sized clothing…
Thank you so much for creating this wonderful business which speaks of a model we all need to embrace in life.
The images that came from this shoot are amazing ! love all the movement :)
Love your concept Why aren’t you in Toronto?
Just love this concept!
Just saw the Huffington Post video. Congratulations on making a difference in this world. Would love to get my hands on some of your amazing pieces.
Absolutely LOVE this…the styles and the whole idea!! well done! Wish I could see them in Vancouver Canada!!
Such beautiful young women, and, the clothing looks so comfortable. Love your story!
So glad to see the video on FB about your zero waste use of textiles and fashion! You empower women, are planet-friendly, and put out some great looks! Incredible vision! Love!
how unfortunate that you have left OUT women/people larger than a US 14
Think its wonderful what you do even tight down to promoting the artists in the community