Dahl in 2016
Phoebe Patricia Faircloth
4 November 1988
|Occupation||Fashion designer, Philanthropist|
|Founder of Faircloth & Supply|
|Relatives||Roald Dahl (grandfather)|
Patricia Neal (grandmother)
Tessa Dahl (aunt)
Ophelia Dahl (aunt)
Sophie Dahl (first cousin)
Phoebe Patricia Faircloth, known professionally as Phoebe Dahl, (born 4 November 1988) is a British-American fashion designer, philanthropist, and activist.
Dahl began her career in Amsterdam working as an assistant to Dutch fashion designer Jackie Villevoye before returning to Los Angeles in 2013. Dahl founded Faircloth & Supply in late 2012 after a trip to Japan and India, but it was not until she returned to Los Angeles in 2013 that she launched it. In 2014, she collaborated with the Australian model and television presenter Ruby Rose to design street-wear for Dahl's ethical clothing range Faircloth & Supply. In 2015, Dahl created T-shirt designs for Verve Coffee Roasters. She was awarded "Racked’s 30 Under 30 Rising Designers".
Dahl started her fashion brand working with the nonprofit organization General Welfare Pratisthan. For each item sold, the organization donates two school uniforms, school supplies, and a one-year scholarship to a girl in Nepal. Issues of concern to her include the LGBT community, women empowerment, women's health care.