"CHENDA is the Khmer word for "beloved" and these pants are a GOOD KRAMA favorite. Made from an upcycled linen, these wide-legged pants have an amazing tailored structure, front pleats, and stop right around the ankles.
Raksa is 162cm tall and wears a size XS.
Katia is 167cm tall and wears a size S.
With slow fashion that crosses seasons and genders, our latest addition Good Krama are an ethically conscious fashion label inspired by Cambodia’s most versatile textile: the Krama. And no we don’t mean karma! The krama is a traditional tiny patchwork of cotton fabric using contrasting colors of light and dark materialising a balance between function and aesthetics. By using a mix of handwoven traditional fabrics and up cycled materials from remnants left in local garment factories, Good Krama represents slow fashion that produces high quality, often gender neutral versatile pieces that can stay in your wardrobe. Not only are the garments handwoven, but these traditional machines require no need for electricity! By purchasing Good Krama you’re sure to have some good karma float your way.More about Good Krama »