Founded in 2018 by lifelong equestrian and designer Hannah Rose Childs, our mission is simple: Inspire ambitious women to live in purpose through thoughtful design and responsible business.
Modern women have classic style, smart women make time for play, and passionate women find power in compassion. We create clothes that let her move, play and thrive in any setting, so she can spend more time being herself.
In HCL clothes, she remembers that who she is leads her home to her purpose, so she can live a full, authentic, and impactful life doing what she loves. Each Hannah Childs piece is designed with versatility at its core. The result is a collection of low-maintenance, street-to-sport styles that are equally at home in the field, on the green or the corner office.
We’re committed to sourcing the highest quality materials with stealth performance benefits (#yeswomensweat) and fair labor. We believe that creating a sustainable business is critical, and are excited to share our purpose, product, planet initiative coming soon.
Designed by women like you, for women like you.
The Artist Behind:
Hannah Rose Childs is a designer, artist, writer and a lifelong equestrian. She shines in the experience of adventure, expansion and building authentic connection. Hannah attended the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, and has designed for global brands such as UGG and HOKA.
Having an entrepreneurial drive from childhood, she had several businesses growing up - from gemstone jewellery to a gluten free baking business. Her avid love for horses and the equestrian lifestyle along with her passion gave rise to her dream of having an equestrian clothing brand that made women feel beautiful.
She launched her first equestrian brand, Style Stock in 2014, which offered designer stock ties and belts and ultimately transitioned to HCL to step into her soul's true purpose.
Hannah is a published author, and offers a fresh perspective on business, the art of living, and our responsibility and opportunity as individuals and a collective. When not in service, Hannah can be found with her horse Harry Potter as they spend their days trail riding in the hills of Santa Barbara, and eating as many snacks as possible.