The sustainable and ethical fashion market is only expected to keep growing. But fashion that considers sustainable design practices, as well as diverse body types? That’s harder to come by. Founder Kassia Davis spent years wondering how fashion could better serve the needs of real women in a sustainable way — and from there, the idea for KADA was born.
Each Silhouette in the KADA collection is cut from the same core block, which uses less fabric and less water—more reduces waste in the development process. By focusing on timeless designs that are fit-tested and preapproved by their community, KADA is able to only produce items they know shoppers will love, cutting down on overproduction. They also carefully vet the sustainable mills and factories they source their fabrics from, ensuring a carbon footprint that’s as small as possible, every step of the way.