As an entrepreneur, fashion designer and Ruby Rose’s fiancé, Phoebe Dahl explores her humanitarian side with her charitable fashion brand, Faircloth.
This fashion line is made of handcrafted garments form India and uses linen as its personal fabric. Faircloth & Supply linen fabrics are inspired by different cultures that vary from French plain basics to Oriental dyed fabrics.
Buyers can find a variety of linen products under this fashion line’s name. Scarves, bags, Indian quilts, dresses, shirts, jackets and sweaters are some of the items that Faircloth & Supply offers to its customers.
The brand’s clothing products use gray, dark blue, black and white as their main colors, making the brand simple, yet elegant. The scarves and quilts are more colored, making them full of bright colors like red, pink, green and yellow.
Donations are reflected in the sales of the fashion brand’s items. For every item purchased at Faircloth & Supply, the brand donates a uniform, school supplies and a scholarship to a girl in Nepal.
The brand’s partnership with General Welfare Pratisthan (GWP) helps these young girls, whom are receiving uniforms, to also attend school and have the education they deserve.
Another way for Faircloth & Supply customers to support education in Nepal is through direct donations.
The fashion brand comes with four different options that donate directly to Nepal’s education programs.
By donating $12, donors are giving two school uniforms to a Nepalese girl and the opportunity for her to attend school. A $25 donation gives one Nepalese girl school supplies and tools that she will use for a year, two school uniforms and a scholarship to cover tuition for one year.
The third option is a $50 donation that provides one year of vocational training to a girl in Nepal. And, the last option is a $100 donation that reflects as a micro loan. This micro loan gives one Nepalese girl the opportunity to create and start a business.
The purchase of any Faircloth & Supply items represents a donation of uniforms, schools supplies and scholarships that contribute to the education of a Nepalese girl. However, the fashion brand also accepts donations that go directly to support girls’ education. .
– Diana Fernanda Leon