Since 2004 Karma Koma has been dressing all women with fluid, airy and comfortable materials...
Plain fabrics with powerful colors that have forged the identity of the brand.
The original Karma Koma creations, with the bare back as common thread, are designed by the Corsican designer Laurence Raffaelli and made in Balinese artisan workshops.
Each piece is the work of a craftsman and represents many hours of work... It was therefore important to us to introduce you to the men and women who make Karma Koma, and to lift the veil on our know-how. ..
His story is so closely linked to that of Karma Koma that it is unthinkable to separate them. Laurence met Taro, our tailor, by chance, but she speaks of it as a love at first sight, both friendly and professional. Their relationship was thus built on mutual understanding and deep respect. Taro and its workshops have thus developed, at the pace of Karma Koma, growing little by little, with common values, respecting the craftsmen who make the pieces that sublimate you.
The finishes of a large number of pieces are made by hand, bringing a unique side to the garment. The leathers, certain knits, chain details and other hems are meticulously assembled, knitted or sewn by hand in our workshops... This allows the implementation of specific processes, achievable only by human hand, such as seams not visible on the outside of the garment.
“ Our leather, python or lace pieces are carefully selected... each yoke is chosen from the most qualitative parts of the material... ”