On Wednesday, December 15th Kámen Road Social Media Manager, Solena Aguilar, virtually met with Francis Mendoza to discuss sustainability practices, environmental education and the impacts of climate, racial, and cultural violences on underserved communities. Francis Mendoza is a naturalist, environmental educator, and JEDAI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Accessibility and Inclusion) consultant from the Philippines who now lives with his family in the East Bay, CA. Solena Aguilar is an artist, designer, and community organizer from San Francisco, CA, currently located in Manhattan, New York.
Meet Gabby Kirschberg, founder and curator of Dapper Tomboy, whose style blog and Instagram celebrates “people breaking barriers of gender biased fashion.” Read about her work “Whether you represent as someone who is gender-bending, androgynous, alternative, or a tomboy this blog is to help you be yourself.”
We were so lucky to have Sophie Bergquist intern with us this Summer. Sophie founded NOW magazine as a way to present her research that aims to “define how to ideally represent individuals in a publication dedicated to style.” – Enjoy her interview. Follow NOW Magazine here.
Labor Day is a time to celebrate the achievements of the American worker, and Kámen Road wants to thank you and the artisans and businesses that are a part of our American made collection.
When you receive your Kámen Road bag, know that Ashbury Images and New Door Ventures are changing lives through their custom screen printing services.