ACCESSORIES FOR DENIM LOVERS
Innovation and rethinking the way fashion products are created stands as the steadfast mission at Kiki Kumi. By reusing the precious denim from preloved jeans, we extend the life cycles of these well worn materials and divert superfluous waste from overflowing landfills. Transforming jeans into ecoluxury goods is our way of honoring the memories embedded in these most cherished fabrics.
WE ARE PROUD #DENIMUPCYCLERS
BASED IN STYLISH MONTRÉAL
DENIM, AS ONE THE MOST CHERISHED MATERIALS FOUND IN OUR PERSONAL LIVES, SHOULD BE EMBRACED OVER AND AGAIN.
THE LIFE CYCLE OF JEANS
If 75 pairs of jeans are purchased each second worldwide, imagine how many jeans will end up wasting away in landfills over time. Our foremost priority is to extend the life cycle of jeans and make a positive impact on the environment.
Since globalization, hundreds of manufactures have shut down across Québec. Treasuring and promoting forms of local know-how that have not yet disappeared represents an essential part of our mission.
IN TEXTILE REPURPOSING
Until we have found a way to achieve ‘zero’ waste product from the beginning all the way to the end of the manufacturing process, we will continue innovating.
‘Upcycling’ is an intelligent way of reusing old materials while lessening your carbon footprint. Consider it a ‘high-end’ version of recycling that occurs via artistic inspiration. Upcycling is all about removing the material from its original context and enabling a future use that upgrades its value. Upcycling pays tribute to preloved materials. Each Kiki Kumi piece is unique and exclusive thanks to the handcrafted nature of the work. Our brand is fast becoming a favorite for trendsetters, innovators and the socially conscious.
INTERESTED IN LEARNING TRICKS ON HOW TO REPURPOSE YOUR OLD WARDROBE?
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GET NEWS ABOUT OUR PROMOTIONS FIRST, LEARN HOW TO ‘RIP,’ ‘PEARL’ OR ‘QUILT’ DENIM, GET DENIM STYLING TIPS AND MEET OUR DESIGNERS, FEEL FREE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MONTHLY NEWSLETTER.
“Our aim is to foster the grace that flows from reimagining”
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