“Fashion Brand Company. We only make clothes for lizards.”
Fashion Brand Company was established in 2018 by artist Penelope Gazin in her Los Angeles apartment, where she sometimes used the boxes of clothes as furniture, and yes, she has had sex on the merchandise.
This is an art project and could go away in the blink of an eye, so don’t take it for granted. She is the sole designer unless stated otherwise. She is also very hot.
We are 100% woman-owned, independent, direct-to-consumer slow fashion.
“You’re going to like the way you look, I guarantee it.” -Penelope Gazin
To make clothes that will last.
We aim to provide well-made, amazing-fitting garments that will last years and years and ideally get better with age with proper care. Choosing quality over fast fashion means fewer clothes end up in a landfill.
To minimize packaging and use recyclable or biodegradable materials whenever possible.
We are rapidly moving towards removing single-use plastics from our packaging and general business practice. Most garments are packaged in canvas bags, recycled paper, or bio-degradable cornstarch bags instead of plastic. Items are usually shipped in recycled boxes or recyclable mailers.
We are working on developing fabric and clothing recycling programs.
To Offer Diversity in Sizing and Fits
For our permanent collection pieces, we offer sizes XS-5XL but occasionally go up to XXS-7XL. We are always improving the fit and sizing of our clothes so they look amazing on as many people as possible.
Make efforts to create an ethical business
We are constantly re-evaluating ourselves and our practices. You can learn more about our Los Angeles and manufacturing team here.
In addition to the work we are doing internally, we believe that part of being an ethical business is supporting causes openly. Here are the non-profits and programs which we donate or raise money for:
Center for Reproductive Rights ($17,080)
Reclaim the Block ($5,056.40)
For the Gworls ($5,000)
Planned Parenthood ($7,500)
Downtown Women's Center ($5,500)
One Mission ($7,280)
Center for Black Equity ($3,500)
Loveland Foundation ($3,500)
Color of Change ($3,500)
Art Business Collaborative ($5,000)
Campaign Zero ($3,250)
Black Women Lead ($3,250)
Advancement Project ($3250)
Justice in Motion ($2,300)
Fight Fair ($2,300)
Inner-City Arts ($3,581)
Yellowhammer Fund ($1,239)
Asian Women's Alliance ($2,750)
Black Women's Blueprint ($2,750)
Anti Police Terror Project ($2,750)
Trevor Project ($2,000)
Scientist Rebellion ($2,000)
We have also donated over 2K white cotton masks for hygiene kits.
Last updated 11/30/22