Herderin is a Northern California-based empathic design house for clothing dedicated to creating size inclusive, wearable garments for everyday life. Deeply committed to both the health of the earth and our selves, all of their clothing is made from traditionally grown, knit, and woven fabrics. They source primarily from US organic farmers, and cut and sew fabric from their own authentic, handmade patterns.
Many of Herderin’s garments are gender fluid and focus on a deep connection to authentic physical and emotional comfort. Their first garments were made to help loved ones during times of healing. It was through the demand of their work that they formed their studio in Oakland, California in 2018. Today, Herderin’s studio is located in Marin County, and is run by the founder, a mother with her phd in sociology, whose primary focus is to make people feel good.