As an ethical enterprise, FolkCharm partners with natural organic cotton farmers, artisanal communities and local craftswomen to produce textiles, apparels and products with the perfect combination of contemporary living and traditional wisdom.
Before founding Folkcharm Crafts, Passawee Kodaka worked in international and national-level social development organizations for over 6 years. With her passion in rural crafts, she obtained a Certificate on a Trainee Program on Asian Craftswork from Kanazawa College of Art, Japan, under the university’s scholarship in 2015.
Following this, she established FolkCharm, with the aim of ensuring sustainable income to rural artisans and to create awareness in rural craftsmanship and slow fashion. In 2018, with Kamonnart Ongwandee, she was invited to join the Fashion Revolution Movement in Thailand.