Giving Thanks


t KK intl., we find great power in being thankful and expressing that thankfulness. That’s why we allow and encourage our customers to personally who made their product. Learn what the ladies in our program are thankful for this year!

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We Love Whole Foods!


We’re incredibly proud to be in 425 Whole Foods stores nationwide. Their commitment to providing food and resources that don’t harm people or the planet is a value we share, and this wholehearted investment on their part is something that inspired us from the very beginning.

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Both raised in Hawaii on the islands of Maui and Oahu, Alana and Nicole find inspiration in wondrous landscapes, and nods these natural sights can be seen in the pieces they create. We’re so excited to feature Thread & Stone as part of our #KnowWhoMadeIt series!

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Meet: ‘the Berlin’


With the arrival of our Holiday 2015 collection, we welcomed an abundance of new styles including ‘the Berlin’. Among the new scarves, ‘the Berlin’ quickly stood out as a favorite thanks to it’s rich color options, unique pattern, and extra-soft texture. Learn more about KK Peru and ‘the Berlin’ on the blog now!

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Meet: ‘the Cooper’


‘the Cooper’ is an overnight bag that is both sophisticated enough for a weekend getaway, but durable and reliable enough for a mom on-the-go. Get a behind-the-scenes look at how this bag is made.

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Graduation is Empowerment


Graduation is a symbol of self-reliance. When a lady enters our program, she not only receives a job, mentorship, and education but is placed on a path to empowerment. Through our program, she grows to her full capacity and becomes a source of change in her community. We are confident that these women will continue to thrive after leaving our program, which is why graduation is such a joyous day.

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Interview with FEED Projects’ Lauren Bush Lauren

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We’ve teamed up with fellow changemakers FEED Projects to create a hat that not only empowers women, but provides nourishment to children in need. Every product purchased from FEED Projects provides 10 school meals to impoverished children as a way of breaking cycles of poverty in communities around the world. FEED Projects’ global mission is one we’ve admired for a long time, so we were ecstatic to team up with them in creating a beanie that is truly a symbol of change. Read our CEO & co-founder Kohl’s exclusive interview with FEED Projects’ founder Lauren Bush Lauren below, and read…

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Now on Kickstarter: World’s Greatest Beanie


By connecting supporters with the person who made their product through the hand-signed label, we are able to show how one purchase can make a huge impact. We are taking this a step farther with visibility at every point in the supply chain. Let’s make this happen together!

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Recap: Face to Face


This event is one we look forward to each year because we are able to connect our supporters and donors with the people that are on the ground at our empowerment projects each and every day. We enjoy sharing highlights of the year and celebrating alongside one another.

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