By Kathleen Murphy
I am partnering with and learning from regenerative farming experts that allow Kámen Road to be a farm-to-fashion brand. For me, that means working to understand how best to use and protect the remaining land around us as consumers whether we live in a city, suburb, or rural community.
Through Kámen Road’s artisan and small scale manufacturing model, I also work to partner with skilled artisans in the United States who work specifically with leather and natural materials. Natural materials provide the beauty and longevity that I want for Kámen Road customers.
My goal is to source exclusively through members of the American Fibershed and other small farm producers by 2022. I am currently working to source regenerative leather from American farmers and from small, family-owned tanneries in the United States that use a vegetable-tanned process.
I believe that using the Fibershed as our primary supply chain can be an environmental and economic game changer.
I want to provide people with a bag-to-land collection that is created with the intention of ecological restoration while supporting artists and artisans in a deeply personal way.
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