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Chainmail Society

Buy less, choose well and make it last.
— Vivienne Westwood

Chainmail Society

All purchases made this Friday give you access to what we call Chainmail Society- a way to recycle and share clothing, to keep consuming consciously once an item no longer suits or inspires you. Chainmail Society is our very own suit of armor, linking us all together in small ways through our purchases, and passing our items down the chain, lengthening the life of our goods and purchasing with purpose.

How it works

Re-list item(s) you’ve purchased by simply sending us a note. We don't take returns but always allow you to find items a new home. 

·       Once sold, society members acquire credit to shop online that never expires

·       We promote care for your beloved items: fix them if they have holes, clean and care for them well, live fully while they are in your life

·       We also encourage society members re-selling with us to share how they lived in their clothing, if they were inspired, how they styled it, how they lived and grew and failed to help pass their stories on along the chain as well as their clothes

Suit of Armor

Fashion is a unique industry in that it employs so many women globally throughout the supply chain, and is also a huge environmental polluter. My passion for sustainable fashion and keeping well-made clothing alive as long as possible inspired me to launch this project with my savings, my spare time and my spirit. This is the first pop-up and also marks the launch of online store that features Chainmail Society- a way to keep your pieces from being tossed away, to be fashion conscious and present and keep clothing from causing harm to the planet or to the people who make them.