We believe that...

Climate change is real.
Fair trade leads to human dignity.
Gender stereotypes should be challenged.
Design can change society for the better.
Creativity has the power to uplift humanity.
Freedom to express one’s true self, saves lives.

At Kiboro, we believe second chances do exist.

Kiboro is a brand built on problem solving. We’re here to create sustainable and design forward products without compromising style. Our purpose is to empower human beings to feel confident in what they purchase, while decreasing their environmental footprint, enabling them to be active participants in a circular economy. Together we can be a part of the solution toward slowing climate change, one garment at a time.


The fabrics we work with are mindfully selected to be baby safe while also being environmentally friendly. We create with innovative fabrics and partners that are committed to sustainability…

New Denim Project / FabScrap / Deadstock Fabrics / Vintage Finds /  RPET

Why Sustainable is better than organic?

At Kiboro, we believe in climate change; therefore, our primary goal is to produce products with zero impact on the planet.  

The problem with organic baby clothes and with organic garments, in general, is that still tons of water is consumed, and a lot of resources are used to create it. 

Sustainable, on the other hand, means that the fabrics used to make the clothes didn't have a negative impact or harm the environment—no damage to the planet, low or no water consumption. 

Here at Kiboro, when we talk about sustainability, we mean that the fabrics we use are either upcycled ( a new fabric made out of old resources), vintage materials, or deadstock fabrics that otherwise would have ended up in landfills. 

Taking this route has allowed us to save tons of material from ending up in landfills or polluting the oceans. 

Second chances do exist to give the planet a chance. 


All of our baby clothes and kid's garments are proudly made and designed in NYC. 

We produce products when we want and are not limited to seasonal schedules or manufacturing timelines.