Fauxgerty, Ethical Apparel Brand, Embarks on First Collaboration with Civil Alchemy

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Civil Alchemy, a lifestyle retail company, is excited to announce their collaboration with St. Louis ethical apparel brand, Fauxgerty.

This is Fauxgerty’s first collaboration with another brand. Fauxgerty is committed to operating through sustainable fabrics, ethical factories, and a team that feels like family.

Fauxgerty owner, Chrissry Fogerty said, “Our collaboration was a fun and exciting process — the silhouettes debuting at Civil Alchemy will come in classic colors, preppy patterns and are warm weather staples. Kelley has a keen eye for design and we are honored Fauxgerty will reside in one of Saint Louis’ best retail spaces.”

Fauxgerty’s simple textiles and patterns emulate Civil Alchemy’s pursuit of functional, quality, and inspired goods.

Kelley Hall-Barr, the owner of Civil Alchemy said, “We’re so excited to be working with a St. Louis brand that is making garments domestically. It was great getting to meet Chrissy and Jon, they are such great people who were open to collaboration and they really understood our direction.”

Civil Alchemy is a lifestyle retail company offering functional, quality, and inspired goods. The multi-faceted store in Webster Groves features products from housewares and apparel to specialty foods and beverages. Other items include wine, unique liqueurs, tools, and personal accessories including leather and jewelry.

Along with goods sourced from premier local, national, and international vendors, they have launched their own brand of products designed in-house and created with high-quality materials.

All are invited to the release party will take place tomorrow: at Civil Alchemy on Friday, April 26th from 5pm-8pm.

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