All our clothing is made either in our Altadena studio, or in a small workshop in downtown Los Angeles. We pay our sewers a fair wage, and use high quality fabrics sourced from around the globe.
We build our clothing to last for many generations, and test each item on our family and friends to ensure all the details are right. We believe that by making high quality clothing, and using ethical and environmentally responsible production, we can make the world a better place. See our online shop here.
Each item of clothing for our is built from the textile up. We've sourced beautiful block prints from India, beautiful traditional Japanese fabrics, Japanese style quilted fabric for vests and jackets, lush and cozy corduroys, recycled and organic woven twill and duck, and beautiful wool from Woolrich Mills which is one of the last remaining woollen mills manufacturing in America. We use organic and natural materials, ethical and handwoven fabrics, and dye our fabric in LA using low impact dyes. We source our materials and labor as locally as possible, our line is ethically made from start to finish within a two mile radius in downtown Los Angeles. Read more about us here.
Devon's Drawer is a mom and daughter run company based in Los Angeles and Vancouver, B.C. Cynthia, the family matriarch and designer for Devon's Drawer has a degree and background in costume design and fashion history. Her daughters, Meera and Angelica help with the business side of Devon's Drawer, and her grand-kids Devon and Emily test the clothing by running it through muddy puddles, grinding it with rocks, and drawing on it with pens. Read more about us here.