For more than 300 years, the Vesey name has been associated with inclusivity, community, and purpose. In 1709, under the guidance of Reverend William Vesey, Lower Manhattan’s historic Trinity School was among the first in the Thirteen American Colonies to welcome Native and African students into its classrooms. In a world where slavery still existed, this was a bold and revolutionary act.
William Vesey’s vision of a better future for everyone in his community—including the marginalized, underrepresented, and oppressed—is the guiding principle that informs and inspires Vesey Exclusive today. In 2020, we partnered with some of our favorite charitable organizations to create purposeful, sustainable clothing that celebrates nature and humanity.
And we think this is important.
In a global industry dominated by fast, disposable fashion, Vesey Exclusive’s mission is to create quality clothing that not only endures but has a positive impact on the earth. Vesey’s custom charity clothing is the choice of statement makers, change creators, and anyone who wants to express their values through fashion and who isn’t afraid to be bold. We make charity stylish so you can look good as you do good.
Now get out there and do some good.
Vesey Exclusive Corporation is a California benefit corporation, a legal designation that allows for-profit businesses to pursue social and environmental goals in addition to generating profit.
Benefit corporations are required to consider the impact of both their decisions on society and the environment and on those specific public benefits identified by the corporation.
Vesey Exclusive Corporation became a California benefit corporation because our social and environmental values are central to our business model, and we want to demonstrate our commitment to those values.
As a benefit corporation, we are committed to the specific public benefits of (1) promoting, partnering with, and making donations to charitable organizations that espouse these values, including those supporting animals, the environment, health education, rehabilitation groups, and LGBTQ rights, and (2) offering and promoting sustainable garments that have a positive impact on society and the environment.
When available, a copy of our annual benefit corporation report will be posted to this website in accordance with California Corporations Code Section 14630.