Don’t give up on the year that challenged you. We still have so much opportunity ahead, and we’re here to help you.
There’s no denying that the first half of 2020 has had its challenges for so many of us – and some of these aren’t even over for us all just yet. Roadblocks, curve-balls, perhaps even absolute chaos and in some cases, heartache and despair.
Here at kikki.K, we’re big believers in learning and growing from even the most challenging of moments – and that’s the path we’re choosing as we head into the second half of the year. We encourage you to as well.
Continue reading “Welcome To 2020 Pt 2.”
To our kikki.K community,
We wanted to start this post by reiterating that we never have and never will condone any form of racism or racial hate, whether in Australia where we are based, our spiritual home of Sweden or any other country around the world. We wholeheartedly believe in equality in all its forms and deeply and profoundly believe that Black Lives Matter.
Continue reading “A Message From kikki.K”
As more of the world continues to wake up and stand against the injustices, intolerance, unacceptable treatment and racism suffered by people of colour all over the globe, at kikki.K we continue in our commitment to educate our own team and our community.
As a global brand we know it’s our responsibility to use our platform and voice. We wholeheartedly believe in equality in all its forms and, as we’ve said before, the first step we’re taking is educating ourselves, our diverse team and our kikki.K community. We know there is much more to be done, and more that we can do, and we‘ll have an update for you soon on the next steps we’re taking as a brand in our commitment to positive change.
Continue reading “Diversify Your Reading List. Black Stories Matter.”
Summer in Sweden is a wonderfully magic time, and is celebrated in all its glory by Midsommar celebrations across the country. In the height of summer, the sun only sets for an hour or so in the south of Sweden and, in the north, it doesn’t set at all. So as you can imagine, days full of sunlight, compared to the darkness of winter, call for a celebration and that’s exactly what Midsommar (Midsummer) is – a much-loved Swedish tradition that falls on the Friday between 19-25 June.
Continue reading “Recipes to Celebrate Swedish Misdommar (Midsummer)”