About Sage Larock
"Let the beauty of what you love be what you do." -Rumi
SAGE LAROCK offers a modern image of luxury - clothing that is naturally beautiful both inside and out. We create our clothing entirely from sustainable, recycled or organic materials and produce ethically and locally, using non-toxic and plant based dyes.
SAGE LAROCK is committed to environmental and social excellence throughout every stage of production, utilizing only the highest quality materials and local garment manufacturing. We use only sustainable fabrics such as organic OEKO-TEX® certified cotton, Italian upcycled swimwear fabric, which is made of recycled fishing nets and plastic debris recovered from the ocean, and extra soft hemp jersey, which is grown and produced without any chemicals. Also, we never use fabrics such as rayon or viscose that are sourced from controversial forest areas, or the world’s ancient and endangered forests.
We have partnered with NGO HealthySeas.org to give back a percentage of our swimwear sales to help our oceans, and also NGO Canopy to ensure endangered forests are not logged to make clothing, and to advance visionary creative solutions for the fashion industry that protect key global conservation areas, which millions of indigenous people and many endangered animals call home. Here is a link to our commitment with Canopy.
By producing all garments locally at our headquarters in Los Angeles, adherence to fair labor practice is assured and our commitment to the environment is upheld - no water ways are poisoned with toxic chemicals or dyes, no animals are harmed and no child or slave labor is ever used. SAGE LAROCK creates beautiful and glamorous clothing that you can be proud to wear.
SAGE LAROCK was founded in 2015 by Los Angeles based model turned designer Taryn Sage Larock with the intention of creating fashion that is both stylish and sustainable. SAGE LAROCK is inspired by the beauty of nature, the earth, travel and the sea, and is made with love in L.A. Taryn worked as a model in the US & Europe before studying philosophy, and later went on to study fashion design at the Otis College of Art and Design and the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, and apprenticed under eco-fashion pioneer Linda Loudermilk in Los Angeles.