Events | Pop Ups | Workshops

Pop Up | Collective Humanity | 11.16.2019

Pop Up | Collective Humanity | 11.16.2019

Collective Humanity is a nonprofit organization empowering marginalized communities around the world to rise above poverty through the creation of dignified economic opportunities and holistic community support programs. They offer artisan made collections that serve as reminders that we are all connected and bound together in the tapestry of life. It is up to us to create something beautiful and to open our hearts to our collective humanity.

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Pop Up | Fait La Force | 10.26.2019

Pop Up | Fait La Force | 10.26.2019

〰️One amazing way to do something simple and tangible is choosing to purchase with a purpose 〰️
In honor of October being Fair Trade month, Kind Collective will be hosting our first ever in-store pop up with Fait La Force (the sister brand to Haiti Design Co. | both partners provide consistent employment in-house in order to give job training and stability to individuals in vulnerable situations, as well as raise up artisan leaders to succeed as independent entrepreneurs in the community).

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White Linen Night Happy Hour | 08.03.2019

White Linen Night Happy Hour | 08.03.2019

Years ago New Orleanians had to find creative ways to stay cool while going from one place to another. Since the color white helps reflect heat, white linen clothing became a staple fashion among locals during the warmer months. In 1994, as a tip of the hat to that piece of The Big Easy’s colorful past, and as a way to mingle with current and potential customers, the Warehouse District merchants began throwing the White Linen Night.

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Grand Opening | 07.20.2019

Grand Opening | 07.20.2019

Where do we even begin? The Kind Collective team cannot express enough how thankful we are for yesterday. The Grand Opening was everything we hoped it would be and more. It is because of you and your love and support that Kind Collective officially opened its cute blue doors for business in the neighborhood that we now call home, The Heights.

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