Because it’s Home Month here at the Atelier, we wanted to talk about one of our favorite womenswear brands–Faircloth Supply–that just launched home goods! Faircloth Supply produces sustainable and charitable goods that brings a global influence into the home. The company was founded by Phoebe Dahl, whose vision for a unisex line of effortless, linen, casual wear has a social mission rooted in sustainability.
Comfort is their motto. Their more recent collections focus on the use of deadcloth fabric — fabric that was either flawed or left over from mills and garment factories — and instead of throwing it out like big companies do, Faircloth Supply recycles it and gives it new life in their comfortable and chic casual wear. Using deadstock fabric saves thousands of gallons of water each year. All of their pieces (besides for the globally sourced home goods) are made locally in L.A., and if they didn’t sound crazy impressive enough yet, Faircloth Supply donates a percentage of proceeds towards girls education in Nepal, or you have the option to donate to the charity of your choice upon checkout.
The home goods line features home textiles and market goods from Dahl’s travels – think: Moroccan rugs, linen bedding, and soy candles (tuberose, sandalwood, gardenia!). Dahl selects each item herself, resulting in a careful edit of items, meaning everything is one-of-a-kind and you can’t go wrong! The line resides within an affordable range of prices and can be found exclusively here. Quick, before it’s sold out!