Kowtow and Koha partner together for International Women’s Day


Clothing is a fundamental human right, but not one everyone has equal access.

This International Women’s Day, Kowtow is partnering with Koha – a female-led charity with the goal of providing quality, clean clothing to those vulnerable and marginalised in our community.

Kowtow and Koha have a shared philosophy: Leave the planet better than we found it. Koha founder, Charli Cox, believes brands are solely accountable for the life cycle assessment of a product, which includes how to dispose of it sustainably.

No company should be able to opt-out of this responsibility, so Charli has grown Koha as a platform for keeping clothing out of landfills, in circulation and available to those who have limited access.  

Launching on International Women’s Day (March 8) through to April 9, Kowtow will be accepting donations in its Wellington and Auckland stores to uplift and promote Koha’s mission and the communities it serves.

Kowtow will be making a contribution of its own, donating new and unworn product directly to Koha in effort to provide quality, sustainable clothing to this cause.  

Second-hand clothing has become a niche and expensive market making it difficult to access for those who depend on it – and it is Koha’s mission to mitigate this issue. 

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