Our journey started in 2000 in Peru, South America. The founders of Kuyichi – NGO Solidaridad – were exploring the cotton industry in Peru and were shocked by the pollution and poverty they saw. The alternative was organic cotton. Without the use of toxic chemicals, and with a better life for cotton farmers. The most commonly […]
As we all know, time flies by so quickly and it once again did. After several weeks of very hard work and a lot of creative energy the talented students of the Jean School finished their collection for the KUYICHI x JEAN SCHOOL Collaboration! Last week KUYICHI had the pleasure of visiting the Jean School […]
KUYICHI believes in the inspiring vision of the next generation of denim professionals, therefore we collaborate with the second year class of the Jeanschool in Amsterdam! Now that the KUYICHI x JEANSCHOOL Collaboration has nearly come to an end we’ve visited the Jeanschool one last time. We’ve checked with the students and their designs one […]
Amsterdam based designer Blazinbell believes a product deserves her love, energy and time. KUYICHI agrees with this way of approaching design, shouldn’t we all love the products we create deeply? Over the past few years KUYICHI and Blazinbell collaborated multiple times for many beautiful reasons. Her handcrafted garments are built out of a zero waste […]
Do you live in Amsterdam? Consider yourself lucky! LENA, an innovative concept established by four future-minded women opened her doors a few months ago! Quality, sharing and re-using are key elements at this fashion library. Just like Kuyichi, the ambitious founders wanted to create more awareness around mass-consumption and inspire others to think before you […]
At Kuyichi, we think it’s important to inspire the ones around us and share the knowledge we have rather than keeping it to ourselves. We are part of a bigger plan and sharing knowledge with each other will only contribute to the greater good and our ideals. Kuyichi believes in the inspiring vision of the […]
At KUYICHI, we aim to share our knowledge and raise awareness for sustainability and recycling, one fair pair of jeans at the time. That’s why we challenged Jean Schoolstudents to create a collection of cool denim garments from leftover fabrics. They gladly accepted! Read on to discover the students’ first ideas for salvaged denim goods.