We make our beautiful pieces with love in our home-based workshop in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
In 2016 we started in a tiny room on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. At the time it was the modest home to Liza and Sokhal. Our first sewing machine was gift to us by our mutual friend Kevin (thank you). Sooner than later we expanded to a house that we now proudly call a home (and our workshop).
Most textiles are not produced in large quantities in Cambodia, yet there are thousands of tonnes discarded by factories operating in the fast fashion industry. These leftover remnants are on-sold via local wholesalers to be repurposed.
By using an existing resource and recreating these fabrics into garments we help to reduce our environmental footprint.
As we can purchase only what is available at the time, it means many of our prints are limited making our range unique; just like the people who make them.
As we expand, Liza and Samantha's commitment is to help up-skill and offer educational opportunities new team members and their families.
From the beginning...
The Kindness Collective
Previously knows as The Kindness Kimono (and part of Samantha's "The Kindness Collective"), we have since changed our name to Liza The Label as you maybe have seen the word Kimono used to describe our garments or similar styles elsewhere in the past; however, we respectfully no longer refer to them as a Kimono and leave that to the traditional Japanese garment.