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Left Edit

Left Edit

Left Edit was born out of an identified need for more fashion-forward garments that are as equally sustainable as they are stylish and affordable.

Left Edit is making continual strides to lower their environmental impact, find innovative solutions, and continue to challenge the fashion industry.

Throughout their supply chain, they save water, support the local community, pay living wages, and work to reduce waste.

They Use Eco-Friendly Fabrics



Cupro is a by-product of the cotton industry. It is produced in a closed-loop system where 99% of the non-toxic solvent is reused.

Tencel™ Lyocell

TENCEL™ Lyocell

TENCEL™ Lyocell is made in a closed-loop process from sustainably farmed eucalyptus trees.


Organic Linen

Linen is made from flax. It basically uses no water and emits ¼ the carbon as conventional cotton per pound of fiber.

Their Manufacturing is Ethical and Transparent


Left Edit is committed to using responsible factories that pay legal wages, ensure workplace safety, and prohibit unlawful labor and discrimination.

They work with a design studio and production sewing space located along the Los Angeles river in Frog Town.

Not only are they a women-led company, they also focus on partnering with brands working to reduce waste in the industry, and hold ethics at the core of their business.

They employ a staff of primarily men and women over the age of 55 who, in this industry, are in threat of losing their jobs on account of age and slowing down a bit, even though the quality of their craftsmanship is often the best.

Left Edit is a Responsible Company

The fashion space is constantly transforming — now more than ever, it’s important to develop long-term solutions.

Left Edit is making strides to lower their impact, find innovative solutions, and continue to challenge the system.

Throughout their supply chain, Left Edit saves water, supports their local community, pays living wages, and works to reduce waste.

Their shipping boxes are made of 100% post-consumer and post-industrial content, and made in the USA.

Their packaging tape is made from kraft paper, and can be recycled directly with your box at the end of use. It’s biodegradable and repulpable.

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