Doen values women + their stories. They carefully select women owned manufacturers. Doen is influenced by the best of 70s fashion (no brown corduroy here) + this dreamy top is a no exception.
Osei-Duro makes their textiles + garments in Ghana, India, + Peru respecting the rights + aesthetics of the makers. I would love to wear this dress loose with a pair of those No6 beauties (or trainers) as soon as the weather warms up.
Miranda Bennett specializes in plant dyed, made in the USA garments. They are currently partnering with a manufacturer empowering refugee women through fair wage employment. This collaboration with Alyson Fox is perfection.
Esby creates their simple shapes in Los Angeles + Dallas. This breezy shirtdress is the ultimate in one-piece dressing.
No 6's amazing footwear + clothing are made in the USA + Peru. I have thought about last year's navy version of these shoes since last spring.
Modaspia creates beautiful classic shapes in Oakland, California. I would wear this jacket all buttoned up as a top for a put together look. It would also be a great layer over jumpsuits and dresses.
Zero Waste Daniel's one of a kind creations are made from textile waste in NYC. This oh-so-versatile sweatshirt is made from organic cotton.
All pictures are the designers' own. Visit their sites to see the rest of their spring collections.