I established my fashion brand Lacson Ravello in 2015 after working in the fashion industry for twenty years. I design for real women and their busy lifestyles—silhouettes that I have always loved that embody style, ease, and quality at an accessible price.
All garments are designed, patterned, cut, and sewn in the SF Bay Area.
Materials & Ingredients
I use natural fibers, sustainable materials, or deadstock—leftover fabric from mills and manufacturers that would be unused or wasted. One of the fabrics I use the most is a bamboo blend jersey. I love it because it’s highly renewable, uses less water, biodegradable, and pesticide free.
I use materials that can be easily hand or machine washed as opposed to dry clean only.
Packaging & Delivery
When shipping, I package my products in 100% cotton totes printed with my logo that are reusable. I also include a thank you note that is printed with soy and vegetable based ink on 100% recycled cards.
Quality & Value
I sew small batches locally in the San Francisco Bay Area and inspect the quality of every garment before shipping it out. This is my way of ensuring you get something really special—craftsmanship made with quality materials, laidback yet polished style.
I often use deadstock fabrics in my garments—leftover fabric from mills and manufacturers that would be unused or wasted. To address the recent PPE shortage, I’ve pivoted my business to making facemasks from leftover and scrap materials.
Goals & Aspirations
To increase the use of organic/sustainable and deadstock fabrics to 100%.
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