Our Factories

Our Factories

Have you ever dug into how your clothes were made? We did. It’s the reason we started Kotn.

Kotn practices fair and equal pay for its factories and partners.

Fair & Equal Pay

One of the most impactful ways to improve quality of life is by ensuring the employees of our partners are paid fairly, and equally. Thankfully, our factory owners agree.

A man at a Kotn factory, laying out some patterns.

Careers, Not Jobs

We work with partners who believe in a commitment to their employees; not to be regarded as robots or cogs in a wheel, but as craftspeople with boundless potential. Our partners have some of the best employee retentions around, promoting from within, with equal opportunity for all.

A portrait of a man at a Kotn factory

Safe Conditions

April 24, 2013, marked the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, a tragedy that left over a thousand garment workers dead, most of whom were women and children working under dangerous conditions. The disaster brought some of the questionable business practices associated with fast fashion to light and helped spark our passion for safe working conditions. This critical piece of our business means that we rigorously question and regularly audit our partners to ensure the best factory environments.

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