tonlé's Takeo range is made from tonlé’s exclusively designed fabrics handwoven by the Cambodian weaving village in Takeo province. These fabrics are a result of Tonlé's commitment to zero-waste design and production. Using remnant fabric culled from the waste material of Cambodia's fashion industry, tonlé designers incorporate even the tiniest scraps into original looks. Excess fabric strips are hand cut and sewn into yarn. The yarn is knit and woven into new pieces for clothing and home goods made from twice-recycled fabric.
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