feeling the love

these are the blogs and media outlets we love - for their style, their sustainability, the sweaty tips and the kickass women that run them - and we think you’ll love them, too.it takes a village to get your brand out there and we have so much appreciation for those who've supported us along the way! check out their amazing content below.for inquiries please contact us here or email help@epoqueevolution.com

WWD

"The brand’s positioning is one of fashion “evolved” that is also for “real life” and for “everywhere and everything,” the founders said. Epoque Evolution “believes in experiences first, and that life is too short and good and full of wild potential to worry about what to wear.” The company’s ethos is anchored by “the power of effortless, impeccable style.” Meaning the founders “design what is essential: well-edited, versatile pieces to take you from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., from the plane to Pilates, to the workspace to rosé after, from spring to summer to fall." — WWD

FORBES

"is crucial in the world of retail to have a physical presence at all times." They find retail locations and use events as an opportunity to meet and learn from our customers by delivering an experiential or educational focus (as opposed to strictly selling). That the way founders are gathering information as well as creating a connection with their brand's consumer.— FORBES

ERIN FRED BLOG

"Since then, I had done my fair share of research into the eco-friendly segment of the fashion industry, but what made me do a double-take with époque évolution was their vision for creating their new line: experiences first. “Living your life, not shopping or packing for it” means that “style doesn’t need to be precious, or dry-clean only, or exclusive, or uncomfortable, or destructive.”Their translation of that vision manifested into a line of workout/ work/ nightlife/ travel/ swim-ready apparel for every career woman on-the-go. Okay, I get the first four options, but swim-ready?! I hadn’t heard of that before. Not to mention their method of only using sustainable, organic, up-cycled, deadstock and post-consumer waste recycled fibers when available, and working solely with mills that are committed to best practices and reducing the collective carbon footprint. *snap snap snap*" — ERIN FRED

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STYLED BY KARA

"This past Saturday, I had the privilege of attending a small influencer gathering to celebrate mindfulness in the fashion, beauty and health industry. The event took place at Summerland Salon and Spa, where a group of powerful women came together to explore the new collection by époque évolution, a clothing company that is setting a new standard for change in the fashion industry. While traveling on a trip to Morocco, the designers, Hannah Franco and Nancy Taylor put their heads together and came up with a brilliant clothing company that is now Epoque Evolution. They specialize in sustainable wardrobe pieces that make dressing simple for any girl on the go. This brand has a "corporate meets yoga" aesthetic with their attire. Their versatile outfits are acceptable for the office and everyday dwellings like working out, running errands, nights out on the town...any occasion, you name it! These clothes will take you there." — KARA 

@styledbykara

POP SUGAR

"I knew this splurge would be worth it, since it's really a three-in-one deal, and the Flux Top ($148) hasn't disappointed. It's an elegant crop top that pair flawlessly with high-waisted pants, but for me it's mostly a ridiculously comfy sports bra that doubles as a bikini top. Yep. It's wicking fabric makes for one fast-drying swimsuit top that provides ample coverage and support for workouts, too. It's performed beautifully in yoga flow (think lots of jumping back into Chaturanga), mega Reformer sessions, and vigorous studio cycling classes. And the open back and straps look so cool when worn under a flowy tank top with cutouts. Since it's so multifunctioning, I have found it's perfect for travel." — Susi May, senior content director

forbes

Women entrepreneurs are leading the sustainability charge but many of them feel isolated and are juggling family and kids on top of a full-time business. That’s where organizations like Fashion Revolution and Cradle to Cradle come in. They provide a centralized hub of information and community for sustainable business owners like Nancy Taylor of Epoque Evolution, a beautiful modern line that blends sport with effortlessly clean, classic style are a perfect example of companies that need the manufacturing and certification support of organizations like and Fashion Revolution. 

BACKBONE PLM

What started as a discussion about their ambitions — namely their combined passion for better, more responsible women’s garments that could stand up to the trials of the modern woman, became the brand known as époque évolution. We sat down with these founders to discuss what it was like starting over from scratch, what influences them, and how they are building their brand into a household name.

qualms and conundrums

“We’re designing to support women on the path to evolving” – Hannah Franco and Nancy Taylor, Founders of époque évolution

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