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When Nana Sacko tried to change her fashion consumption pattern, she realized she did a much better job taking care of what she already have when it came to her kids’ wardrobe. She started hand-dyeing textiles in her kitchen, remaking her kids’ clothes by experimenting with different techniques, pigments and plants. She fell in love with the process and decided to make her passion project into something she could share with others. Her brand, Sacko, is a small batch of hand dyed, one-of-a-kind garments using 100% natural plant extracts. It also entails some other handpicked second hand clothing and a few carefully selected and handmade accessories for the little ones.
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