The Ministry of Tomorrow is launching its new fashion brand with a World Music event on April 26 at the Lodge at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco. Featuring Jamaican Reggae legend Anthony B plus two celebrated Afro-funk/World music artists, Sila from Kenya and Fely Tchaco from the Ivory Coast. The event will include a special guest DJ and surprise visual art performances throughout the evening by 3. Continue reading →
Everyone at Kibera Classics comes to the factory with the desire to not only work at producing our designer, luxury bags but also knowing that our factory is a safe and secure place to come to work and continue to grow every day. Continue reading →
The Ministry of Tomorrow is inspired by the historical progression of the human mindset. Only in recent times has the great spread of information, mainly due to the Internet, allowed for knowledge to be so easily accessible. In the timeline of human progression, which spans over hundreds of thousands of recorded years, the Internet became available to the masses only 22 years ago. We are now at a very unique time where we are all capable of questioning the information that is presented to us. Continue reading →
When did fashion begin? As much as this question still bears no exact answer, many different schools of thought as well as belief systems have played into people’s idea of when humans started to wear clothing and why. The specifics do not seem as important as gaining some perspective on when humans began “caring” about what they looked like in the clothes they were wearing.
Some may say that fashion started when Eve handed Adam that fig leaf to cover his twig and berries, while many historians and others of a less religious ilk would say that fashion has always been part of the human condition, since people first donned leaves or animal skins for protection and warmth. Historically, it has been recorded that people started wearing clothing of one nature or another between 100,000 and 500,000 years ago. (What a gap!) So, in the beginning, is it safe to say that fashion was driven by necessity?
This being the case, what drives fashion now? Ministry of Tomorrow has arrived to garner your perspective on fashion and how clothing has always affected our state of mind. Stay tuned…
Working in Africa is tough. We faced many challenges throughout the creation of our first collection. Although difficult, we learned from these experiences and had a lot of fun a long the way. This collection represents the beginning of our journey.
Check out the Men’s Lookbook at the following link: MOT Lookbook
So, people ask…Does Ministry of Tomorrow have any religious affiliation?
The answer is ‘No’. The Ministry of Tomorrow does not hold one belief system higher than any other; instead, we find all forms of lineage to be intriguing, as these are the mindsets that represent the overall culture and diversity developed on planet earth.
Our intention is to provoke positive change through responsible commerce. We are a fashion company who advocates free thought.
We see the power of commerce, so we promote conscious consumerism. As consumers, people can directly change the world through their decision making process.