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To Ria, growing up in Kenya meant immersing in craft, art and culturally-based artistic expression. Moreover, she started experimenting with fashion by upcycling when she was only 13 years old. Inspired by Ria’s cultural heritage and the utopic idea of a space that celebrates inclusivity, diversity & freedom, Lilabare creates versatile and comfortable pieces with intention. When we asked her about what goes into the production of her pieces, she told us about the sourcing process.
When it comes to style, Lilabare has its own clear vision of how trends and style relate to the fashion industry.
Fast fashion is dying out. More and more people are becoming more conscious about what they buy, where their garments are being produced and where they are sourced. To be clear, sustainability is not a trend. Nevertheless, many people view it as such. As sustainable clothing and sustainable brands become more and more visible in our media and part of our culture, the industry is facing the challenge of greenwashing in fashion. Lilabare is a brand that is geared towards fairness & eco-friendly production. Lilabare reaches beyond environmental & social impact of workers in the industry.
“We embody sustainability as a holistic lifestyle choice that pertains to our innate sense of self, extending to the customers and wearers of our designs.”
Lilabare just launched their e-commerce boutique on lilabare.com.