OKI for kids

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New chil­dren’s cloth­ing range OKI is eth­i­cal, or­ganic and Fair­trade-cer­ti­fied. De­signer Kerith McKen­zie was in­spired to launch the la­bel af­ter watch­ing doc­u­men­tary The True Cost, which un­cov­ers dis­turb­ing facts about the fash­ion in­dus­try. A cri­sis of con­science and con­ver­sa­tions about how to change an in­dus­try fraught with waste spurred her to do some­thing pos­i­tive. OKI caters for kids from four to 12 years, pro­vid­ing func­tional cloth­ing de­signed to last. OKI is also work­ing on a re­turns pol­icy where par­ents can sell sec­ond-hand OKI clothes through the OKI web­site to en­sure no gar­ment is wasted.

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