Joah Brown: This viral brand is ethically made in the United States. Self-taught designer and founder, Joah Brown, established the brand with her love of confidence and comfort in mind. The tones, textures, and fit of each collection are designed to complement one another season after season so that you can continue to build your Joah Brown collection over the years. By manufacturing locally the brand is constantly reducing their carbon footprint and working to contribute to an eco-conscious future.
Citizens Of Humanity: Since 2003, our premium denim brand’s commitment to quality is unparalleled. Their LA based designers travel the world sourcing superior fabrics and seeking inspiration in every corner of the finest vintage markets. Being one of the very few vertically integrated denim production operations allows products to be manufactured within their own sewing and laundry facilities in Los Angeles and Turkey, giving them complete control over the quality of the product. Before they are in your hands, each pair of jeans passes through the hands of at least forty skilled craftsmen.
Free People: The brand Free People has become synonymous with risk-taking, adventure, and fun. Back in the 1970’s, a young man named Dick Hayne planted a seed in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He opened a store and called it Free People. Since then, the brand has exploded into Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, BHLDN, Terrain, and more. Free People strives to reach a woman who is smart, creative, confident and comfortable in all aspects of her being, free and adventurous, sweet to tough to tomboy to romantic. A girl who likes to keep busy and push life to its limits, with traveling and hanging out. They offer women countless options within the Free People collection, so that even if you takes your best pal shopping, you won’t come out looking at all alike.
White and Warren: Our luxury cashmere line began in 1997 when Susan White Morrissey wanted to make cashmere knits attainable for a new generation of women. She started working with a factory owner that sources cashmere directly from herders in Mongolia, set up shop in New York’s Fashion District and recruited designers passionate about making women feel good and look good. Today, the company is still run by Susan and her daughter, Catherine Morrissey.
Passionate about sustainability, they are committed to producing the best product in ethical ways. From compostable plastic bags to recycled yarns made from bottles harvested from the ocean floor, they are continuously looking for innovative ways to create less waste. In addition, they support the American Heart Association year-round!
Blanc Noir: Blanc Noir offers stylish cross-performance clothing that not only covers the 1 hour in the gym, but also the other 23 hours in the day – where life’s adventure truly lives. Their core values are comfort, range of motion, adaptability, and timeless fashion which can be seen throughout the unique pieces they produce. Using the newest fabric technology, this brand creates pieces that will carry you through running errands, walking the dog, and grabbing drinks with friends.