Our newest collection is inspired by and celebrates ancient African history.
All pieces have been traditionally hand dyed in the 520 year old Kofar Mata Dye Pits.
Show your love for our clothing by wearing it as frequently as possible. Each piece has been crafted to stand the test of time.
Treat our clothing kindly by looking after each item. Care instructions for each item can be found on their respective product page.
Make our clothing last by passing it on when you are done. Spread the Kamso love whilst caring for the environment.
Our Crafter Jacket is handmade using cotton traditionally dyed in the ancient Kofar Mata Dye Pits.
Handcrafted especially for you, they are available in three shades of Indigo.
Our Indigo trousers, like our Crafter jackets, have been hand dyed in the ancient Kofar Mata Dye Pits for a varying amounts of time corresponding to the depth of their indigo colour.
October 22, 2020
The Dying Dye Pits of Kofar Mata
Black History Month is a great time to delve into the rich history of the African diaspora. There are many worthy stories to be told beyond the sorrowful tales of slavery and colonisation, one of which are the historic dye pits in Northern Nigeria. The Kofar Mata Dye Pits have had...
April 08, 2020
Kamso x Sacko: The collection
Introducing our Kamso x Sacko capsule collection. Our Kamso sets are made out of the softest Indian Cotton and have been gently hand dyed by Nana Sacko using pigmented dye. Nana exclusively uses natural dyes for her own collection, a pigmented dye was used on this occasion to reduce leaching and...
April 06, 2020
Naturally dyeing to know about Nana Sacko
Nana’s earth tones and stylish cyclical pieces immediately called out to us as we were skimming through Instagram and stumbled across her beautiful page. Her delicately curated items, hand dyed exclusively using natural dyes gave us a reminiscent feeling to the ancient cloth dying that takes place in Yoruba-land South-west...
January 17, 2020
Burning Questions with Tamika Sadler
The year 2020 has started with Australia at the forefront of our minds, news channels and Instagram feeds as we see the wildfires rage throughout the country. Despite the feeling of despair and worry, there has been a heartwarming spirit of comradery, benevolence, generosity and action. Over $200 million dollars have...
August 28, 2019
Africa Adventures with Nathalie Bonte
Whether it is an interesting coffee shop hidden away on a side street or showcasing a talented local artist, Nathalie is sure to show us the plethora of gems African countries possess. Her honest account of expat life in Rwanda and travelling to different African countries with her husband and two daughters, portray African...
July 25, 2019
In the Frame with Irati Ayerza
Irati is a wife, a mother of two beautiful boys, Inhar and Udai and an award nominated photographer. She lives in the North of Spain, Basque country, between mountains and the sea, a photographers dream! With so much inspiration around her we are not surprised her passion for photography was...
June 20, 2019
Miho and Totto Take us Around Tokyo
Tokyo is a sprawling city of diverse neighbourhoods, where traditional culture lies side by side with visions from the future! It is one of the world's most populous metropolis, which makes it an interesting place to raise a child who loves nature and the outdoors. Sometimes the pollution, noise and...
May 24, 2019
A Seat at the Table with Miracle Sharri.
We are lucky enough to sit down with Mother, Model and Creator, Miracle Sharri to discuss young motherhood, interracial relationships, balancing life working as a creative and following her dreams.