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turn your used sari into a custom design
Is your mom’s old sari from the 90s chilling in your closet no longer serving life? Send us your old saris! We will repurpose your used fabric into a bespoke fit made unique to you.
We are offering bespoke:
- Bomber jackets
- Matching Bucket Hats
- Matching Scrunchies
KUMARI believes in building a circular sustainable economy. We are really excited to offer this service as part of our sustainability practices to our customers.
MADE IN LA
All garments are manufactured in Los Angeles. Our LA based production partner pays fair wages to labor workers. We love supporting our US economy.
SOURCED IN INDIA
We use Art Silk fabric ethically sourced from India. We love supporting Indian textile manufacturers and the Indian economy.
Our production partner saves every piece of material from hitting the cutting room floor. All scrap fabrics are collected and repurposed into accessories.
We’ve teamed up with NoIssue Eco Packaging Alliance to introduce our 100% compostable mailers; a great step towards sustainable packaging. Our mailers decompose within 90 days and can be composted both at home and commercially.
Our compostable mailers are made from a combination of PBAT, a bio based polymer which is compostable, and PLA which is made up of plant materials such as regular ﬁeld corn and wheat straw. Our use of PLA makes up barely 0.05% of the annual global corn crop, making it an incredibly low-impact resource. Click here to learn more.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Kumari Suraj is a 2020 Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising graduate with a degree in Apparel Industry Management. For the past 12 years Suraj has provided costume designs & fashion styling for the global entertainment industry through a career in dance. Clients have included; Star Plus, FOX SYTYCD, Mya, Buzzfeed and more.
Suraj is a multiethnic swirl in a globalized world. Suraj represents the intersection between supposedly opposite cultures. Suraj’s parents are a vibrant mix of African West Indian, South Asian, Indigenous American and European cultural heritage(s). Suraj’s exploration of life and celebration of their culture(s) is reflected in their commercial work with dance, fashion, visual communication and creative direction. Suraj’s unique storytelling encourages conversation between contrasting communities and generational understanding relevant in today’s social climate.