Humanity - Team
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.
Cofounder of A.kartel and President of Faircloth & Supply
Has over 18 years of retail product management, brand experience and product development. Her retail career began in merchandising for large specialty retail brands: Gap and Pottery barn. Kristin has served on the executive team for several small to medium retail companies (Rudy’s Barbershop, evo, and Wildfang) spearheading and developing their merchandising, planning, and distribution teams. Ensuring operations and store experience maximize brand and consumer experience. Her career spans a wide range of product from apparel, hard lines to personal care, yoga, health and wellness. Her area’s of focus are specialty retail, private label, inventory management and e-commerce platforms.
With almost 15 years in branding, marketing and experiential, Rachel Halliburton has served as an Executive at Google, TOMS, Team One / Saatchi & Saatchi and Macy’s. Her specialty is new team development and she currently serves in an advisory and leadership capacity for several brands ranging from consumer packaged goods to apparel.
Ted began his career in non profit as an attorney with the Urban Justice Center in New York City, where he established free legal clinics for indigent and working poor LGBTQ people and survivors of domestic violence. Ted served as the Executive Director of the It Gets Better Project from 2012-2014 and is currently Director of Operations with Point Foundation, the nation's largest scholarship fund for LGBTQ students. In recognition of his service, Ted received the Courage Award from the New York City Anti-Violence Project and was named to the Arcus Foundation's inaugural class of leadership fellows.