September 13, 2017


a behind the scenes of our newest Uniform campaign, out early next year 

model: kayla gallagher 
photographer: roman koval 
hair + makeup: charlotte prevel
lacausa team: rebecca grenell, kelynn smith, and samantha sawyer
September 08, 2017


Just two weeks ago we closed the doors to our brick and mortar shop in Silverlake. More than just a shop, this was community space for us; an opportunity to showcase our collections alongside other local designers. It was a space we could open up to our friends for art shows, poetry readings, concerts, pop-ups and more. It's a bittersweet ending but we are excited about our next chapter and focusing more on our website so that we can give you all the best experience possible :)



August 21, 2017

July 31, 2017

THE CAUSE: Downtown Women's Center

For this quarter's cause we chose to focus our efforts closer to home, with a local organization we believe in deeply; the Downtown Women's Center. 

According to the Institute for the Study of Homelessness and Poverty at the Weingart Center, an estimated 254,000 men, women and children experience homelessness in Los Angeles County during some part of the year and approximately 82,000 people are homeless on any given night.  About 33-50% of the homeless population in Los Angeles is women. About 20-43% of the community is families, typically headed by a single mother. With 119 apartments on site, the DWC provides homes and support for the large percentage of women in need in our city. They also work to find housing and care for female veterans and women with severe health concerns within the community. 

The DWC day center provides a stop-in refuge for women living on the streets or in night-to-night shelters. Meals, showers, clothing, and other essential resources are provided here. There are also educational career programs in the facility to help women on Skid Row overcome the employment barriers that face them.

In addition to hollistic health programs at their on-site clinic that include psychiatric sessions, mental health counseling, and group therapy, as well as self-care workshops and fitness classes, DWC has partnered with the organization Peace Over Violence to provide assistance applying to Victim Compensation, referrals for food, shelter, and housing services, medication support services, and access to therapy, community trainings, and more.

Read more about the Downtown Women's Center here, make a donation (you can also donate goods or volunteer) and follow them on instagram.

July 25, 2017

June 06, 2017

May 22, 2017


This quarter, LACAUSA will be partnering with Waterkeeper Alliance. Waterkeeper is a global network of grassroots leaders and allies fighting for every community's right to clean water. Founded in 1999, it is the largest and fastest growing nonprofit dedicated solely to clean water. 

Waterkeeper's story began in 1966 when fishermen on the Hudson River united to form The Hudson River Fishermen’s Association and went on to face (and beat!) many of the nations top polluters in order to preserve their local water for their families and community. In 1983 they hired their first full-time Riverkeeper to patrol the waters and enforce clean practices. Things kept growing and expanding into a global effort against water pollution and damaging industrial practices. Today, over 300 Waterkeeper Organizations and Affiliates exist on six continents; protecting rivers, lakes and coastal waterways.

Throughout the summer season, 10% of our online proceeds will go to benefit drinkable, swimmable, fishable water around the world.

click here to learn more about Waterkeeper Alliance and donate further.

May 03, 2017


Tegan in the Ripple Linen V

Chloe in the Santi Jumpsuit

Sarah in the Seashell Mini

Jordan in the Baby Tee

Sivan in the Frank Tee

Ellie in the Santi Jumpsuit

Lyssle in the Patch Jumpsuit

Lisa in the Bouquet Dress

Duo NYC in the Rainbow Jumpsuit

Sara in the Patch Jumpsuit

Elissa in the Penelope Dress

Tess in a LACAUSA archive piece







April 14, 2017


Lulu in the Flora Pant and Moonshine Jacket

Amy wearing the Uniform Trouser

One of our stockists Shop Preservation styling the Flora Pant and Reversible Linen Top

Virginia Calderon in our Las Palmas Satin Dress

Hannah in the Frank Top

Jordan in our Lightweight Trench

Sarah in the Reversible Linen Top

Jordan in the Frank Tee and Isabelle Trousers 

Stockist Oliver Clothing in the Santi Jumpsuit

Upland Collection in the Alma Slip

Krista in a LACAUSA Archive piece 

Quinn in the Santi Jumpsuit

Jordan in Isabelle Trousers

April 04, 2017


DEVORE POOLE is having it's first ever pop-up shop this Saturday at LACAUSA!! Stop by to say hello, have an afternoon cocktail, and shop local, ethically made, sustainable goods! Portion of proceeds will go to NRDC.

The collection will be available at LACAUSA through April 14th.

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