Kowtow is a Chinese word that represents the custom of deep respect, shown by kneeling and bowing so low that your forehead touches the ground. This reverent respect for others reminds us that Kowtow is promoting consumer habits to change the systematic exploitation of human beings.
They do not compromise on their values, and this is how they do it:
These are but a few reasons Kowtow would be a staple in your wardrobe. From the materials used, manufacturing, and selling, Kowtow is an international powerhouse. Watch the how and why in their short documentary, Seed to Garment. Check out their newest collection via a photo essay, Afternoon Story. See their inspiration on their blog, Kowtow Says…. Follow/like them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. Most importantly, start shopping with a brand that wants to eradicate modern day slavery during our lifetime. Now, that is a sign of deep respect.
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