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Being Vertically Integrated is our Greatest Strength, Not the Weakness Investors Said it Was.

How owning production during the pandemic kept our business alive and incentivized a more equitable distribution of risk and reward.

Photo by Jill Matthews of a sewer working at the tonlé workshop in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

For many years of running a vertically integrated fashion business where the production…

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Radically reimagining the fashion industry with equity and justice for all. We are writers and industry professionals discussing not only why the fashion industry needs to change, but how to do it.

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Rachel Faller

Rachel Faller

Radically reimagining the fashion industry for a more just and equitable world. Founder of tonlé.

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