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Kings of Indigo

Kings of Indigo (K.O.I) makes quality and fair denim, tops, and accessories inspired by American classics with a Japanese eye for detail; All Kings of Indigo items are designed to last long, quality wear for the next era. Every garment is made with a conscience; the Kings use innovative and sustainable production techniques where they can

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Discover the newest arrivals of sustainable and stylish spring, summer & fall and winter clothing from Kings of Indigo in Amsterdam. You can shop Kings of Indigo vegan jeans, pants, dresses, corduroy jackets, and tops online on thegreenlabels.com.

organic

organic

Over 70% of the garment is made out of organic fibers. Fibers are grown according to certain standards, for example without the use of toxic pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or genetic engineering.

ethically produced

ethically produced

Label provides evidence of an ethical production chain.

transparent

transparent

Aimed to communicate the sourcing and production of the garment by sharing where every step of the supply chain is executed.

non toxic

non toxic

Label has a process in place to clean the water involved during the production of the fabric.

innovative practices

innovative practices

Label uses innovative practices and/or innovative materials to produce their garment.

natural fibers

natural fibers

Over 80% of the garment is made out of natural fibers.

vegan

vegan

No animals harmed or animal-based materials used for the making of the garments.

community support

community support

Label is going out of its way to provide community support and improve social issues where situated in.

waste reduction

waste reduction

Labels part of this value are using deadstock fabrics, or post-consumer waste to produce their garment.