Faune - Vintage Nightwear
Faune was created by Nicola and Delia, childhood friends that have not only shared a life-long friendship but also a long love affair with fashion and all things vintage.
Their collections are designed in London, by Nicola. A womenswear designer for more than 20 years, she brings to life designs that are not only pretty; embodying their signature vintage style, but functional and comfortable too. Light and airy silhouettes that are so cleverly crafted they work as night-to-day transitional pieces.
Faune work closely with a family run, Indian manufacturer who supports worker's rights and a fair living wage. The female owner is passionate about female representation in the workplace and has a diverse workforce, ensuring women are paid the same as their male counterparts.
The close, collaborative relationship with their Indian team is a key foundation of Faune's business ethos, both the country and its people are an integral part of the Faune brand and family and giving back has been a priority since Faune's inception. Their support for Indian charities spans many years and includes a partnership with The Rittana Children's Foundation, a wonderful not-for-profit organisation that creates sustainable projects to support vulnerable street children.
Our brand new selection from Faune's latest collection is available in children's ages 2/4 to 8/10 years, every style is made from 100% pure cotton ensuring breathabilty and softness against a child's young skin.
Inspired by slow living these are truly timeless pieces, designed to be used during any season and at any time of day. Keepsake styles that will last forever and are made to be passed down and cherished from one generation to the next, we are hopelessly in love with each and every style we have selected for you.
You'll find 12 new nightdresses featuring delicate lace detailing, scalloping and embroidered cutwork together with 1 simply stunning jacket made in a soft quilted cotton with a cosy sherpa lining. Brand new things from Faune, online now.