Designing sustainable apparel for eco-conscious women
Seven Flock is a line of women's garments that are simple & tailored. We believe in the valuable feeling of luxury in natural fabrics. Our clothes is designed in Dallas, Texas and made in Honduras, we take pride in the people we help grow. Fashion has created inequality among women, about 80% of people working in factories are women, several working in conditions that are unsafe. We are working to bridge the gap with not only women, but people around the world. Everything starts at our home base, with the mindset to not only care for people but the planet as well.
We start by developing styles for two seasons a year, spring/summer and fall/winter we release bi-monthly one look at a time. Every style has a custom in-house pattern made by me. From there I work with a USA based female grader to get our size range from XS-XL. Each style is done in small batches, and we stick to our commitment of quality by not overworking our manufacturing partner. Our manufacturer is run and owned by women only, our motto is; POWERED BY WOMEN. They help provide classes in computers, cosmetology, jewelry making, and sewing. After the women have graduated the program they offer micro loans to help get them out of poverty. Your purchase will help provide them a living wage, because they are 100% socially conscious. The best perk is that mothers are allowed to work from home and care for their kids if needed.
All of the fabrics used are sourced from a company based in Korea that adheres to the 10 principles of the World Fair Trade Organization. We use naturals fibers/fabrics that decompose faster, as opposed to synthetics that stay in landfill for years. We use cotton, linen, tencel, wool, or silk, in the future we hope to use dead stock fabric as well. In order to avoid sending scraps to landfill, they are gathered to create scrunchies. We also work with a company in New York to create new textiles to weave our scarps into fabric. We then use that fabric to create pillow cases or other garments. This company is also women owned and they employ all genders.
Strength and dignity are her clothing and she laughs at the time to come.