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About

Our Mission

We are a slow-living lifestyle brand encouraging the revival of a simpler way of life

through responsibly-sourced, folk-inspired goods. Revivall seeks to build a community

of people who value living in harmony with each other and the Earth.

 

We’re here for those who desire a deeper connection to not only their wardrobe but the world around them.

Our Team

Laura Fisher (aka Laura Lee Laroux)

Laura Fisher (aka Laura Lee Laroux)

Proprietress

Seamstress, pattern cutter, designer, photographer, customer service, shipping, office work, social media, advertising

Laura has been making clothes from up-cycled materials for over 15 years. After witnessing the excess fabric thrown away in the dumpsters of clothing factories in New York City, she vowed to never use new fabrics again. She has a degree in Animal Science and Fashion Design, has lived in 7 states before moving to Montana, and has traveled throughout the US, as well as Europe, Ghana, Jamaica, and Mexico. Mrs. Fisher is passionate about growing food, horses, her family, friends, and her connection to Earth and the Divine. She loves supporting other makers and entrepreneurs. A true testament of tenacity, she has owned a re-sale and local designer clothing store, co-founded and produced Eugene Fashion Week, started a clothing manufacturing company, and finally dedicated herself full time to RevivALL in 2015. Remember, there’s strength in your femininity!

Find her on Instagram @strength_in_femininity

Leslie Padgett

Leslie Padgett

Wordsmith-Copywriter & Content Editor

Leslie is in an ongoing affair with words. Some encouragement from teachers in her childhood led her to immerse herself in books and writing ever since. Sure, she got sidetracked in college and earned a degree in Biology. But that’s tangential to the point. Writing is her love language, be it blogging, writing articles for local and national magazines, or simply penning birthday cards to her two teenagers. For fun, she loves watching movies (just another venue for hearing a well-crafted story), reading books on grammar, challenging herself in the kitchen with a new recipe, and vintage shopping. Her home is full of mid-century finds, and a love for textiles is well represented in her rotation of couch pillows. She has two entitled Aussie-heelers who love the pillows as much as she does. Lastly, it’s always tea, not coffee, getting cold in the mug she’s left in some room she is no longer in.

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Monica & Addy

Monica & Addy

Head Seamstresses- Oregon

Sews for RevivALL- Short Overalls, Rosemary Dresses, Holly Hobbie Dresses in Midnight Tapestry

Addy and Monica live in Springfield, Oregon, and sew out of a home studio. They started sewing bloomers for RevivALL  about 12 years ago and also sew for a couple other clothing brands in Eugene. They met in Guatemala City, sewing at a factory making mens suits. Monica started working as a seamstress at 9 and Addy was 13! They both have over 30 years of experience. The 3 most important things to them are family, good health, and work because “if you are healthy, you can work”. When they aren’t working, they enjoy making meals that take a long time like chile rellenos and tamales! Though Addy and Monica love to sew, they never make clothes for themselves. They’d rather just go buy something because they enjoy shopping. A goal of Addy’s is to buy a house so she could have more room to sew. One of Monica’s is to travel to Italy (last year, she visited South Korea!)

Bearpaw Outfitter Manufacturing

Bearpaw Outfitter Manufacturing

Manufacturing Business

Sews for RevivALL- Overalls & Face Masks

Photo coming soon! Read an article about their operation here! 

Bearpaw is a family sewing operation made up of Dakota and Lilia Botts and their daughter, Estefany Lucero. Their family has been in the garment manufacturing business for over 2 decades. In the 90’s, Dakota operated a large sewing plant in northern Mexico. He has worked for Carhartt and Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Co. Bearpaw Outfitter Manufacturing is RevivALL’s angel because, after searching for American manufacturing all over the West Coast for many years, they came along and opened a facility in Billings, Montana in February of 2020. Bearpaw is also working on their own line of goods, including vinyl ponchos, jean jackets and childrens overalls! Check out their Facebook page below!

Cindy Klebenow

Cindy Klebenow

Seamstress

and Sews for RevivALL- Lacey Jean Skirts and Pinafores

When Cindy was around 10 years old, she started making clothes for her Barbie and furnished her toy box doll house with furniture she built and sewed. This evolved into her making most of her own clothes in high school. Her Mother was a seamstress in Germany and, after World War 2, apprenticed with a couturier, so she has been around it all her life. Cindy grew up in Whitefish, Montana, and now lives in Bozeman, where she has her own alteration and repair business-Sewing by Cid. She has 2 horses, (J.D. and Smokey) and loves riding Smokey to move cows and help with brandings on the weekends. (side note-she has a bumper sticker on her horse trailer that says “Good cowgirls keep their calves together” laughing) She also has a sweet, loyal doggie, Max, who goes everywhere with her. Check out her Facebook below!

Cora Nelson

Cora Nelson

Seamstress

Sews for RevivALL- Aprons, Dresses, Bloomers, Blouses

Cora’s love for sewing began in 7th grade in a home economics class where she sewed a dress out of some funky 60’s fabric. Her passion for working with textiles grew as she would piece together doll clothing and more in the back of her parents’ shop on a rented sewing machine. This all took place in her hometown in Nova Scotia, a beloved territory in which she resides every year from May to October. Next to textiles, hiking is one of her greatest joys, trekking through any kind of weather Montana has to offer, or navigating a coast to coast hike across the UK. In 2019, she completed this trek, taking with her the prototype of Revivall’s new Dorothy Catherine dress. While her two daughters and granddaughter mean the world to her, Cora values alone time to reflect on life. Her current resolve is to learn to sit still more often in order to enjoy the stack of books she wants to read. This year, Cora and her husband will have been married 40 years and she wishes she still had that dress from 7th grade.

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