Do you know Koshi?
Koshi was born from a trip to Asia and a beautiful friendship. Koshi is the name of an adorable orphaned elephant that the creator had the chance to approach. Aware of the need to offer alternatives to our current consumption pattern, she decided to take up a challenge and create her own fabric handkerchiefs. The name Koshi takes into account animals that suffer from the loss of their natural habitat due to excessive human expansion.
Washable, infinitely reusable, the fabric handkerchief can be kept and does not generate waste.
Koshi tissues are made in a rehabilitation workshop in Brussels. Yes, it increases production costs and therefore the retail price, but for the brand it is important to manufacture them as locally as possible and to trust the talents of these trainees, young and old, who are undergoing qualifying training.