At Faircloth Supply we believe in transparency.

We value where our product is made, how it is made, and who makes it. It is the hard-working factory employees that bring our visions and designs, to your closet. All of our garments are made locally in Los Angeles. We work with factories that uphold standards of sustainability and ethical practices. Employees are offered fair wages, benefits, and always a safe, clean, and well-maintained working environment. Our m Ain incentive is to create clothes that want to be worn, in a world we want to live in.

Our Sewing Factory

The factory is located just east of downtown Los Angeles and has 8 employees. They only use high-quality, sustainable fabrics for production, such as 100 percent organic cotton, hemp, and recycled plastic. The factory itself is immaculate, bright, organized, and incredibly well maintained. The workmanship and quality here is reflective of the environment created for the factory's workers. The first time we went to visit the factory, it was an incredibly hot summer day, and yet the factory was kept cool with individual fans at each sewing station. When we arrived we were eagerly greeted by, Lance, the factory's floor supervisor. We knew we had found the right factory, filled with passionate, happy energetic employees working towards a common goal to create meticulously crafted, eco-friendly clothing.

The Garment Dye House

Established in 2003, the garment dye house is an eco-friendly factory, located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. With (number of) employees, who are invested in the creative techniques used to ensure the highest quality of their made-to-order dyes. The factory is committed to sustainability, using low-impact and organic dyes. With innovative techniques the factory has developed their own organic dye derived from seaweed. The factory's electricity runs on solar panel energy. The founders of this dye house are devoted to creating vibrant garments while lowering the fashion industry's impact on the environment. Our hand-picked dyes are Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified organic.

Our Fabrics 

 Linen is one of the world’s oldest natural resources. The production of linen is fully sustainable, each part of the flax plant is used or repurposed and its production uses less water. Linen itself is biodegradable, hypoallergenic, acts as a natural insect repellent and temperature equalizer. Beyond linen’s sustainable nature, it is durable, long-lasting, and gets better over time.
Organic cotton uses 20% less water to make one T-shirt than conventional cotton. The production of organic cotton is pesticide free, has a lower carbon footprint, and produces considerably less contaminated grey water than conventional cotton.
 What other people may have abandoned, we welcome. Deadstock is discarded fabrics that were over produced over purchased. Repurposed goods are products we find that we find garment factories and change into our own designs.