About Daughters of the Revolution
Daughters of the Revolution designer, Emily Cadenhead, creates her clothes to evoke the sensibility of freedom, nature, love, and femininity that have marked her life. Her parents are hippies who live an environmentally friendly lifestyle, which liberally encourages creativity. Growing up in Malibu and Palm Springs with nature outside her window, Emily spent most of her up bringing painting and drawing. In 2007, she started Daughters of the Revolution with a small collection of hand painted dresses.
Daughters of the Revolution is a family business committed to sustainable design. The team works on a micro-level. carefully selecting ethically and environmentally responsible techniques for their garments. Daughters of the Revolution uses a combination of organic clothes, natural fibers and silks. Much of their sequins and beadwork are made of recycled materials. Emily's print designs echo nature and fairytale with recurring motifs of flowers, seashells. feathers, animal and ethic prints. The focus of the design is comfort above all else therefore developing a loyal following of women from around the world who love the collection. Daughters of the Revolution is now carried in over 200 stores world wide as a celebration of the female form, freedom, nature, love and happiness!