British Vogue's December issue featured our ethically handmade top, the Anette, which is the perfect staple for the minimalist's wardrobe. Adjustable tassels at the waist makes this top easy to wear and pair with just about anything.
Inspired by Lex & Lynne founder’s world travels, our knitwear collection captures the relaxed look of resort life while investing in global communities. Lex & Lynne creates opportunities for women from the Sierra Gorda, a region located 7,509 feet above sea level in the historic mining town of Mineral de Pozos in Mexico, to fulfill their craft and sustain a livelihood. Each knit is made in the comfort of the craftswoman’s own home, by hand, surrounded by her family.
"Sophisticated and ethically-made, Lex & Lynne is committed to designing effortless styles and high-quality products with thriving materials just for you." Lex
- 100% Natural Cotton
- Handmade in Mexico
- Machine Wash Separate
- One Size Fits All
In honor of Lex & Lynne founder's sister, Lindsay Corry, we are donating 15% of all proceeds to help children with Juvenile (Type 1) Diabetes.Our donations will be made within the United States to counsel, mentor, and help children in their creative expression in coping with the disease.
"All of our knitwear is one-size and complements each person's body differently. If you need help, take a look at our Size Chart. I hope that this helps you in determining which style is a good fit for you. I promise you will love your Lex & Lynne knitwear and find versatility in every style while enjoying it's unique fit that is custom to you." Alexis Corry
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the Lex & lynne difference
In honor of Lex & Lynne founder's sister, Lindsay Corry, we are donating 15% of all proceeds to help children with Juvenile (Type 1) Diabetes. Our donations will be made within the United States to counsel, mentor, and help children in their creative expression in coping with the disease.