Humanity - Practice


A line designed for the modern day rebel ith a cause. Founded in 2013 by Phoebe Dahl, Faircloth + Supply transcends the boundaries of a traditional brand. We design timeless collections that we hope in turn will forge a path towards women’s empowerment worldwide. After studying fashion design in San Francisco and London, Dahl envisioned a line of effortless linen casual wear, sustainable yet classic, inspired by heritage textiles and utilitarian work wear. We are your everyday dreamers, working hard towards a mutual success: to create clothes that want to be worn, in a world we want to live in.




WE LOVE LINEN: 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: 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.
>DEADSTOCK & REPURPOSED: 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.


Our Impact

There are approximately 170 million children worldwide who are not enrolled in school. Of those children, 70 percent of them are girls. Equal access for females to education is crucial to ending global poverty. In order to ignite change, we have created an approach to building infrastructure within the communities we reach, to ensure education for girls in Nepal preventing sex-trafficking, child marriage’s, and children’s rights violations. Through your purchase, Faircloth + Supply provides access to education for girls in Nepal.