tonlé has become a hit with ethical consumers worldwide.

In fashion, even the slightest imperfection on a roll of fabric can mean it is rejected, discarded and sent to an overflowing landfill. Ends of rolls are also tossed if they hold limited yardage. One fashion designer had an idea of using fabric that didn’t make the cut and creating a zero-waste line out of it. 
Rachel Faller’s tonlé line is an ethical and sustainable collection made in Cambodia, a country she visited in college and where her business idea came to fruition. Read the full story in HAND/EYE magazine.