For the latest ‘Assembly Story’ Folk reaches out to friends and coffee fiends, Caravan. Wearing the latest pieces from the Assembly collection, Tom, Toby & Frieda trial the versatile, utility-inspired classics in their roasting warehouse in North London.
Coffee has been at the heart of Caravan ever since they started roasting beans in the basement of their first restaurant in Exmouth Market. This love for coffee, food and a good story led Caravan to travel the world - meeting producers, sharing a cup, then roasting with care and expertise at its London HQ. Having just been awarded b-corp accreditation its clear their policies around fair-trade & sustainability lead the way in an industry which is notorious for social and economic injustice.
Folk’s Assembly range is built around the hugely popular Assembly Pant, a cotton chino-style mens trouser with a button fly and slanted jet pockets. It can be styled smarter or casual, comes in a a large range of fabrics and colours and as such is a truly versatile piece for any fit. The range now includes a chore jacket, sweatshirts and tees and is worn by men and women alike.
This is our second film utilising our versatile Assembly range as an excuse to hear more about businesses and organisations that we like, with great people, shining a light on the good things they do.
Caravan coffee is available in all their restaurants and brewbars plus over 200 stockists worldwide, for more information on them follow @caravanroastery
For more information on B Corp certification and the positive business it encourages, visit bcorporation.net