BRYAN KINKELA is a luxury unisex brand which aims to be ethical and ecological, but also to promote diversity
A new interpretation of the clothing inheritance.
This brand pulls its inspiration of antique and vintage clothes stemming from the whole world, to create an original style, especially by mixing different influences.
All the clothes are manufactured and upcycled in the region of Île-de-France, in France. To choose a local manufacturing in workshops, is at the same time an ecological approach, by the production of closeness, but also social, by supporting the French manufacturing.
In Paris (75), are manufactured all leather clothes and upcycled all vintage military clothes, by a workshop possessing a big experience in the field of manufacturing of clothing and accessories, in leather and sheepskin. The vintage clothes chosen are of high quality, of good manufactured, and are dyed ecologically in Paris. The leathers and sheepskins used respect all the European standards.
In Seine-Saint-Denis (93), all textile clothes are made by an association whose vocation is the reconversion and professional insertion for all, by sewing (people wanting to find a new job or in social vulnerability). While guaranteeing a high quality of production.
The fabrics used to manufacture clothes are 100% cotton, weaved manually and dyed in a traditional way. Moreover artisans use only vegetal dyes to dye fabrics, what gives a luxury and very high quality fabrics. By working with the Ethical Fashion Initiative (EFI) an organization associated with the UN and WTO, the brand can give some work and fight against the poverty, in poor regions of the world (Burkina Faso, Mali, Kenya, Ethiopia, Haiti, and more). But also to guarantee the rights of the producers and the workers, and thus contribute largely to the fair trade.