KAMMA is built on sustainability, preserving the wonderful Indonesian culture, and exuding local craftsmanship. Taking a considered approach to the longevity of their collections, from design concept right through to creation.
As a slow fashion retailer, KAMMA aim to provide excellent quality garments that take into consideration all aspects of the supply chain. KAMMA respect people, the environment and animals.
KAMMA garments are made using sustainable textiles from Carvico, these fabrics are generated from pre and post industrial waste that have reached the end of their life but can be recycled for their nylon. The fabric used for KAMMA swimwear is ‘vita fabric’- a sustainable techno fabric. Vita is versatile, thin, elegant, soft and breathable making it the perfect fabric to produce KAMMA swimwear with, being twice as resistant to chemicals found in suntan cream and chlorine, that damage the majority of swimwear fabrics used on the market.
For KAMMA’s Ready To Wear collection, the fabrics are made from 100% bamboo. Growing mainly in Asia, bamboo is now being used to craft fibre, to create yarn and fabric. Bamboo grows incredibly fast, and is one of the must sustainable plants in the market, and now can be used to create beautiful, elegant pieces to add to your ever-growing collection.
KAMMA use biodegradable plastic packaging made from vegetable starch to package all of your orders. Using Cassava bags, this packaging decomposes in nature, is 100% natural so free from any toxins and is completely safe for the environment, meaning wildlife, marine life and the earth are not harmed with the discarding of this packaging after use.
All KAMMA prints are designed in house by the founder. Providing you with an exclusive designed garment, there’s nothing like KAMMA out there. They partner with local embroidery artists to create the swimwear and are all handmade in house in their own manufacturing facility, a completely sustainable and genuine piece that hasn’t been mass produced, and cutting out all shipping freight.
All of KAMMA garments are made in house in their small manufacturing facility in Bali. KAMMA stands for slow fashion, aiming to ultimately reduce any excess production that would be made through mass production from overseas factories. All KAMMA garments are ‘made-to-order’ meaning what you’re getting is exclusive for you, adding exclusivity and uniqueness to each garment. Doing this means KAMMA are able to offer customers small modifications to their garments, making sure what you’re getting is high quality that you love and can wear for a long time.
KAMMA Brand Culture
KAMMA is a family born project, created to share their love of culture, quality and tradition. Being a family run business, the brands ethos is family-minded, all brand relationships are genuinely built on trust and genuine family values. Their relationships with people are at the core of what KAMMA do. All working relationships in the manufacturing facility will always be 100% legal and ensure all workers are fairly treated and protected. KAMMA provide a safe, and healthy workplace to all colleagues, including employee health care benefits, to ensure everyone feels and is part of the KAMMA family.