Dôen is a collective of creative Los Angeles based women. They make elevated yet wearable pieces for the everyday. Santa Barbara born and raised sisters Margaret and Katherine Kleveland founded Dôen in 2015. The clothing line is inspired by vintage designs and their nostalgia for the California past decades. More than an online boutique experience, they believe in presenting the Dôen lifestyle and products to their custumers with compelling story-telling, idyllic imagery and content featuring the real women who wear the clothes. Dôen offers flattering, easy silhouettes in Luxe fabrics at approachable prices, avoiding intermediary mark-ups and ensuring our customers the best pobbible value.
MADE IN US, PERU, SPAIN & INDIA
BASED IN US AND SHIPPING: INTERNATIONAL
Brand has partnered with “Room to read”. Each season they design unique children’s style and donate 100% of the profits to benefits their mission to promote literacy and gender equality in communities across Asia and Africa.
Their packaging is 100% recyclable, and their eco-shippers include minimum of 90% consumer content. Any product that require a poly bag for transit is removed prior shipping to the customer and recycled by their team. They are currently testing biodegradable bags with their largest supplier.
They source quality raw materials from responsible factories such as handknit alpaca sweaters and pima cotton t-shirts from Peru and raw silk, intricate handwork and traditional printing techniques from India.
Their garments are ethically made locally in US and by selected manufactures in Peru, Spain and India for their intricate hand-woven, hand-embroidered and knit pieces. They have long term partnerships with their factories that are women-owned and women-run. Their factories have been audited for social compliance.
They only order enough fabric to fulfill their orders. They started their childrens line a s a way to to minimize wastage from the cutting-room using fabrics that would be wastage from women’s collection They also reuse their leftover offcuts to create small fabric bags that they send with orders and customers can repurpose.
They are commted to increasingly work with organic fabrics such as organic pima cotton from Peru.