The Christy Dawn Timeline

We started Christy Dawn using deadstock fabric, the leftovers from larger fashion houses that would otherwise go to landfills, but as we grew, we began to realize we could create beauty and heal Mother Earth. From inspiration in a small Northern California town to a regenerative farm in Erode, India, our journey has lead us to the realization that sustainability alone isn’t enough — the future is regenerative.

1996

Christy and her mom tailor a thrift store dress for the first time.

2014

Christy makes her first collection of dresses with deadstock and sells it to friends

The Christy Dawn Online store launches

2016

Rented 12,000 sq. feet in downtown L.A. and started making our own dresses in house.

2019

August - Christy Dawn, in collaboration with Oshadi Collective, plant cotton seeds on 4 acres of regenerative farm land

2020

February - farmers harvest regenerative cotton

2021

May - Christy Dawn’s first Farm-to-Closet Collection releases

August - Christy Dawn stewards over 100 acres of regenerative cotton farmland and sequestered over 200 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere to the soil! And The Venice store on Abbot Kinney opens.

2022

Today, you became a member of the regenerative revolution!

June - For the first time our entire cotton collection will be Farm-to-Closet, 100% regeneratively grown. Good for you, good for Mother Earth.

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Regenerative Revolution

Together, with support from our community, we’ve grown to become not only a clothing company, but Land Stewards with a commitment to healing the Earth through regenerative practices. We are grateful to every person who has supported and engaged with Christy Dawn, those who followed along from the very beginning and those who are just joining us now. Together, we can heal, grow, create and regenerate.

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