25/11/2016
It's coming.

Words by

Hannah Clifton

Ethically sustainable NZ-based clothing company, Kowtow, is coming to Australia.

Yes, you may cheer.

Arriving in Melbs for a few weeks these holidays, the pop-up store will offer a range of Kowtow’s signature everyday basics and limited-edition collection pieces.

All items are made from certified ethical organic cotton and often feature Italian-made recycled hemp buttons. Win.

Open December 21 to January 14 at Magic Johnston, Collingwood.

kowtowclothing.com

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