Welcome Back! After a bit of a hiatus The Mountain Outpost Podcast is back! Thank you for all of your kind words and comments wondering where the podcast has disappeared to. We needed some time to re-evaluate and get back on focus. With that we want to introduce our latest guest to the podcast, Mallory from Kind Apparel.
Joining us for Episode 10 is Mallory Ottariano, of Kind Apparel
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About Kind Apparel
Based in the mountains of Missoula, Montana, Kind Apparel creates functional, movement-inspired wearables from upcycled fabrics. Each item is handmade with love and is one-of-a-kind, designed to inspire your adventures.
Each item is carefully handcrafted from the highest quality upcycled fabrics. Fabrics are collected from thrift stores, garage sales, clothing swaps, and mills then cut and pieced together to create vibrant and unique pieces that are fun and comfortable to wear. Because of this process, everything is of-a-kind, made in small batches, and not able to be replicated, making each piece special. Many fine art elements are incorporated into the pieces including block printing and silkscreening. All screens and prints are handmade from original Kind Apparel designs.
They're a small, female-run company founded on the principles of uniqueness and adventure and we keep these present through all facets of our business. As humans, each one of us is entirely unique and different from those around us and our goal is to design and create clothing that celebrates this uniqueness! At Kind Apparel, they're all about being bold and standing out from the crowd.
Their designs are also environmentally responsible - each item is manufactured locally by hands from upcycled fabrics. Their fabrics come in the form of thrift store clothing, mill ends, and factory seconds, and hand select each fabric for its quality and color.
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