Collage of Instagram Stories from @alabamachanin for the Stories We Love Journal Series

STORIES WE LOVE: #12

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Natalie Loves: Emma Thompson in Good Luck to You, Leo Grande. #oscarworthy

Stream the film on Hulu (and watch for a scene featuring one of our favorite hometown hits, “Always Alright” by the Alabama Shakes). 

Read: “Emma Thompson and the Challenge of Baring All Onscreen at 63” via @nytimes.



Self Care Collection: Featuring organic cotton leisurewear, objects for the home, and a selection of clean skincare and beauty products from brands who share our ethos of creating sustainable goods that benefit the consumer and the planet.

Vintner’s Daughter Highlight: Category-defining skincare in two whole-plant nutritional formulas. @vintnersdaughter

Read Natalie’s interview with April Gargiulo, the founder and creative force behind Vintner’s Daughter.
Learn more about Vintner’s Daughter here, and shop their signature Active Botanical Serum and Active Treatment Essence in our Self Care collection.



#AlabamaChaninBookClub:

Explore a list of the books we’re reading (and listening to) right now

Libro.fm is a great resource to purchase audiobooks and support the local bookstore of your choosing. @librofm #supportyourlocalbookstore

Natalie’s forthcoming book arrives October 18th, 2022. Read a preview of Embroidery: Threads and Stories from Alabama Chanin and The School of Making, and pre-order a signed copy.

Natalie is kicking off her book tour with an Author Talk at the Atlanta History Center on Wednesday, November 30th. Get tickets to attend the book signing and conversation here. @atlantahistorycenter



Celebrating our friend Eileen Fisher as she lays the groundwork for the next phase in her career—ever exemplary of leading and conducting business with integrity. @eileenfisherny

Read The New York Times’ recent and inspiring profile on Eileen: “The Queen of Slow Fashion on the Art of a Slow Exit”. @nytimes

Natalie was awarded the EILEEN FISHER Women-Owned Business Grant in 2013, an honor that helped to support Alabama Chanin’s trajectory and pioneering work in sustainable design. Read more about Eileen Fisher and the Women-Owned Business Grant in our 21 Years project.

Explore Eileen’s groundbreaking approach to sustainability and fashion here.

Here’s to the next chapter. Onward x

#heroines #thosewhoinspire

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