Next week Indosole will be attending the world famous Agenda trade show in Long Beach, CA on July 8th and 9th. We'll be in great company with tons of other brands showcasing future products and lines. If you happen to be reading this and attending next week, you can stop by booth #G5 in "the woods." On July 8th after a super long first day of Agenda (getting there, setting up, talking A LOT, etc.) come out to Rainbow Harbor from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm for a Sunset Happy Hour on our boat the "Merry Berry." Please email email@example.com for more information or if you would like book an appointment. View our catalog here.
Kai Paul, Vice president, and positive vibe creator of Indosole was recently interviewed on Life Athletics. A podcast dedicated to sharing stories about life, failures, and any other topics that will inspire and help listeners improve their own lives and "level up." Among other things, Kai discusses his moments of gratitude, the importance of failure, and moments of success he’s had at Indosole. Listen to this awesome and very inspiring interview here.
Blogger Sara Montazami loves spending time in Bali, and we’re excited to have her rocking our Biku sandals and Indo trucker hat. Says Sara on her Instagram account, “Not only do these guys have great products, they have the best story to tell.” Thanks for the love, Sara! Check out her blog post featuring Indosole here.
HelloBali is Bali's leading lifestyle magazine that covers up and coming news and everything else you need to know about living in this beautiful and amazing part of the world. In celebration of HelloBali magazine’s 20th anniversary, an article called “20 Inspirators” was published in May 2015 and our very own Kyle Parsons, the founder of Indosole, was included in the list! We’re thrilled to see Kyle featured alongside musicians, activists, restaurateurs, creatives, etc. who are doing great things for the island of Bali. Read the article here. Happy anniversary and thanks for the feature, HelloBali!
We were recently highlighted in a great article by Kiva about Fashion Revolution Day, a day held to advocate for more transparency in the fashion industry and improvement of working conditions for garment workers worldwide. The article asks readers to think about where their clothing comes from, and whether they know who made their clothes. That is a concept that has always been very important to us. As a certified B Corporation we hold a high standard for our factories and offices, and value transparency in the production of our products. Read the article here. We know who make your Indos, do you? Meet Komang! She's the best! You can read about her and another factory worker named Dodi here...