PEOPLE
Empowering kids to design fashion-forward pieces of art, giving them a space to express themselves.
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At People, all prints on garments are done with ecological oeko-tex® standard 100 certified colours and approved by the GOTS.

Since their unique pieces are made to order, it might take a bit longer for you to receive it, but it also makes sure nothing ends up on a landfill.

In some of their editions, second-hand garments are incorporated into new pieces. 


Working together with a team of kids, struggling with drug addiction, mental illness or homelessness, three fashion designers create design objects, accessories and garments put together in editions.

By that, they distance themselves from the system of seasons, dominating the fashion world. 

Inclusivity is key for People. With their innovative approach, they challenge the approach to charity work, actively empowering and involving the kids. Their editions celebrate the unique features and creativity of everyone involved in making them. They reclaim fashion and question the rules of its system. Deconstructing classics like the pencil skirt, trenchcoats or sweatshirts, they challenge the perception of the viewer.


With buying the products, you directly support the kids. 100% of all profits are redirected to the project, giving them a safe space and allowing them to use their creative voices.


People is a project by KARUNA - Zukunft für Kinder und Jugendliche in Not Int. e.V., which was founded in 1990 to help kids in need.

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PEOPLE

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🇩🇪 Made in Germany

Materials

♻️ Upcycled Second Hand Clothes

Natural fibres

🌻 Cotton, Linen

Animal fibres

🐑 Virgin Wool

Man-made materials

🌳 Viscose

🧪 Polyamide, Polyester, Polyurethane, Elastane

🧪 Plexiglas, Synthetic Resin, nickel-free 925 silver/gold-plated brass

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