Designer Chrissy Fogerty launched Fauxgerty in 2013 with a collection of PVC free faux leather motorcycle jackets, they inspired the lines name. Since then she has branched out to include a wide array of ethically produced styles, made from sustainable fabrics (75% of the pieces are sewn using deadstock, organic cotton and Tencel are also used). Fauxgerty’s collections are manufactured in California, Alabama and Tennessee, at factories that pay on average of 71% over minimum wage. In addition to choosing eco friendly fabrics and maintaining high ethical standards for their production, Fauxgerty also strives to be size inclusive. Their garments are sampled and fit tested on sizes 00 to 24, a range not often found in the ethical community (and very much needed). We love how conscious Chrissy is about every aspect of her business, and we adore the style of her pieces, a beautiful combination of vintage and modern.
Saint Louis, MO