Eileen Fisher

Eileen Fisher

Simple shapes. Doing more with less. The beloved Eileen Fisher style was born in 1984 when the designer launched her Eileen Fisher fashion line with just $350. Her vision was to help women create beautiful looks that were simple to put together and easy to wear. The young designer Eileen Fisher didn’t think anyone should have to think too hard about how to create a perfect look.

Decades later, Eileen Fisher clothing is still renowned for its effortless style and fit, clean lines and luxurious natural fabrics. Eileen Fisher fashions use organic and sustainable fibers that come from nature and when possible, recycled fiber. Clothing dyes are derived primarily from natural sources, such as leaves, petals and bark and are chemical free.

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Eileen Fisher

Eileen Fisher’s ethical approach is also well known and has earned her a legion of loyal followers. Her belief in responsible fashion design began on day one, and the Eileen Fisher line continues to increase its commitment to fair trade wages, promotion of human rights and moving sustainability into the mainstream of fashion. Her “Made in America” philosophy ensures that 25% of Eileen Fisher garments are made in New York and Los Angeles and that percentage will only continue to grow.

All Eileen Fisher clothes are based on the designer’s belief in timeless design that never goes out of style. Her focus is on designing simple, comfortable, wearable pieces made from sustainable fabrics that can be worn for many different occasions. Young designer Eileen Fisher launched her first line with only a box top, crop pant, tunic and shell top, which formed the basis of her philosophy that simple is better.

Today, the Eileen Fisher clothing line includes comfortable, elegant wardrobe staples such as dresses, sweaters, pants, skirts and tops. Eileen Fisher bags and belts, made in Manhattan, were introduced in 2009. Today’s Eileen Fisher collections focus on effortless style, chambray comfort, weekend ease, organic cotton styles and “the Eileen Fisher system” which includes her signature cropped pant, boxy shell, long shell, slouchy pant, easy pant, tank dress and tank top.