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Who we are.

In a sunny fifth-floor studio in South Philly’s Bok building, brother and sister duo Nicole and Jordan Haddad produce distinctive clothing with quality fabrics. Their “slow fashion” approach — extensive fabric research and testing, use of deadstock, and careful design and fitting — opposes the human and environmental exploitation of industrial clothing production. All fabrics are hand-printed in their studio or machine knitted by local mills. All garments are machine washable.

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Customers are saying...

"Many of my favorite clothes that I wear most every day are made by Lobo Mau. I keep going back because they are fashionable, yet very comfortable, and I can throw them in the washer. Plus, it makes me feel good to know that I'm supporting a local business with ethical practices run by people in my community who I know and care about."

Judy Wicks - Author/Entrepreneur/Activist

"The Pocket Dress was the first versatile dress I owned that took me from morning casual meetings in sneakers to dressier fancy flats for a luncheon, to ending the evening in stilettos for a dinner.  There’s something really special in knowing the amount of thought and care that went into it."

Gisele Fetterman - Second Lady of Pennsylvania/Activist/Mother

"When I wear my Lobo I feel powerful. I feel in control. Like who I want to be on the outside and the inside come together."

Nolan Borgman - Senior Transportation Planner, Los Angeles Metro

My Lobo Mau pieces are my favorites, I wear them regularly.  As a curvy woman who loves fashion, I thought I needed lots of clothing options to feel fashionable and comfortable. Wearing Lobo Mau has shown me that I just need better pieces, not more pieces.

Rebecca Johnson - Executive Director, American Institute of Architecture Center for Architecture + Design