About Us

Vesta Studio was born out of a love of high quality, luxurious textiles, and a need for affordable, modern + minimalist options that are also cruelty-free and eco-friendly. We go the extra mile to source the most innovative vegan fabrics, to cut + sew our garments ethically in the USA, and design beautiful multipurpose garments so you can "buy less, but better."
We produce in the USA at an innovative made-to-order factory. 
Producing in the USA means our company is supporting local economies and US jobs, and it ensures workers get paid a fair wage. We're also able to more easily oversee quality control this way, to ensure our garments are perfectly made. Additionally, our factory's unique made-to-order model lets us survive as a small business and allows us to put money normally spent on meeting high production minimums into new sustainable fabric and color choices, and development for future collections. Read more about on-demand production and our lead time here.

We use innovative and eco-friendly fabrics.
We go the extra mile to source the most sustainable fabrics available such as Cupro,  Modal, hemp, organic cotton, linen, Tencel, and more to ensure we leave as small a footprint as possible. Read about all of our fabrics here.

We design with functionality and versatility in mind. 
The most sustainable clothes are the ones that you'll have and cherish for years. We design high-quality, seasonless clothes that go beyond momentary trends. We believe in the philosophy of "buy less, but better." 

We only use fabric dyed with low-impact dyes. 
Using fiber-reactive, low impact dyes means that less water is wasted than with traditional dyeing.

We will never use any animal products, ever.
Why use them when you don't need to? We prefer to leave animals out of the equation, even if it means we have to get a little creative. We will never compromise on being anything less than 100% cruelty-free, and we're proud to be a PETA-approved vegan brand.

We support honesty & transparency. 
We will always share all the information with you about our materials and production, so you can make an informed choice. We're into honesty, not greenwashing, and we welcome any questions you have about our fabrics or anything else. 

We strive for affordability.
It's not surprising that most people think sustainable fashion is too expensive for them. It's important to us to make sustainable, vegan fashion as accessible as possible, and we price our products fairly. Selling direct-to-consumer online means we can keep our prices lower than they would be in a store. All of our products are priced at or near wholesale prices. At stores, they're typically marked up another 120% from wholesale. We list the traditional retail price of each garment on its product page so you can see how much more affordable our DTC model is for you.


2020 Images (interior lifestyle shots):
Photography + styling: The Advisory Guild
Model: Alicia Smith
2019 Images (studio shots):
Photography: Anonymous 
Styling: Michelle Blanco @michelleby
Art Direction: Sadie Williams @veggies.tho
Model: Kylie Kloezeman @kylie.kloezeman
HMU: Sofia @_filosofias_
2018 Images (beach + city shots):
Photography: Klickpicks
Model: Julie Furman
Flat Lay Photos by MStudios
Ivory linen Eclipse + black Cupro Eclipse: Jesse Volk for Factory45
2017 (sale) Images:
Photography: Drew McGill Studios Falcon Related 
Model: Heidi Jo of Willow Model Management, San Diego
Hair + Makeup: Jessica Tyransky 
Shoes: Susi Studio courtesy of Moo Shoes LA