Creative Director Cynthia Bennett is committed to participating in the local economy, and all production takes place in downtown L.A. “Our company is motivated to inspire parents to buy fewer—but better quality—items of clothing for their children and to keep that clothing for generations” says Bennett.
Fabrics are organic wherever possible and sourced locally, with all wool milled in Pennsylvania’s Woolrich Mills, one of the last remaining mills in North America. Devon’s Drawer is also committed to the use of low-impact dyes for all their fabrics.
The Fall17 collection presents traditional styles made using soft corduroys and fluffy flannels that will keep your little ones cosy and warm all winter.
The line features styles that are rooted in the purpose of comfort, warmth and functionality, whilst delivering on the brand’s commitment to sharp and modern classics for today’s children.
Devon’s Drawer is giving 20% of profits from all online sales for the first two weeks after our launch to the Southern Poverty Law Centre.
Devon’s Drawer is available in their web shop and at fine boutiques worldwide. Get to know the creative team in Junior Style’s Chit Chat Tuesday interview with Meera Bennett and view the AW17 collection here.
Photography: Amelia Hambrook @amelia_hambrook.
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