KARRICA thrives off of unique designs and statement pieces. None of which should further jeopardize the world that we live in. Here are a few ways KARRICA maintains decadence while minimizing waste:
COTTON: Recycled cotton can be generally defined as converting cotton fabric into cotton fibers that can be reused in textile products. Recycled cotton includes scraps created by yarn and fabric by-products.
BONDED LEATHER: Recycled leather is a mix of both real and faux leather. It is made from the leftover scraps and fibers ground down and blended with a polyurethane binder. This way excess pieces are not burned or discarded. 
ORIGIN ASSURED FUR: An ethical assurance that the fur comes from a country where national or local welfare regulations or standards governing fur production are in force. ... To be eligible for the OA label, fur must be sourced from approved species, and approved countries of production. note: Klassic Kloth only purchases by product pelts.
LEATHER: Reclaimed or salvaged leathers are balanced leathers seen unfit to pass quality assurance for major fashion houses. Most saved leathers can be refinished and tanned to look good as new. There is no reason to throw out a perfectly usable hide. 
BREATHABLE AIR: Ensuring artisans are employed in properly ventilated manufacturing environments. 
SAFETY & RIGHTS: We only partner with those in alliance to protect the health, safety as well as the rights of factory employees, the community, and the environment where it operates in addition to the lives and communities of workers in its distribution chain and its supply chain.