Dorsu is the first Cambodian sustainable and ethical clothing brand to be stocked at Myer in Australia.
Dorsu is 100 percent Khmer owned and has also supplied one of Australia's largest tech companies, Atlassian, for many years.
Australian Ambassador to Cambodia H.E Kang Paolo visited Dorsu at their Phnom Penh location last week.
Dorsu has a small retail presence in Phnom Penh, produce garments in Kampot and fulfill online orders from its base in Torquay (Australia).
Dorsu’s cotton jersey designs are made from remnant fabric left over from the garment industry. Dorsu does not use harsh chemicals onsite and its production studio runs mainly on a rainwater tank.
With a management team of 80 percent Khmer and 80 percent women, Dorsu is committed to fostering a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Their employment conditions include a 40-hour work week, living wages, secure contracts, safety training and extensive leave including maternity and paternity leave.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press