House of Raglan – Join the Journey
House of Raglan is a labour of love, its origins are a need to create both sustainable & ethically sourced clothing; but more importantly the ability to help others through doing so.
We have a dream and an intention to grow our business, provide sustainable and ethically sourced clothing, as well as funding charity organisations that benefit equality and happiness around the world. We personally support a green-as-possible (!) lifestyle, try to be eco-warriors and like so many others dream of a zero-waste existence. Please join us on our journey to further build House of Raglan and support some amazing charities, creating some awesome apparel along the way.
Anna DCJ & Sophie DCJ
Co-founders of House of Raglan
Partners in life and business, Anna and Sophie have travelled the world together over the past 5 years. It was during our most recent adventure that House of Raglan was born- a simple goal stemming from hours of discussion, debates and of course a copious amount of tea! Ambassadors for positive thinking, we at House of Raglan have experienced personally and professionally the effect and impact of mental health. Working as teachers with young individuals we understand how important charity work, professional and social support is. These experiences are what motivate and drive House of Raglan; your help and support mean the world to us, we are eternally grateful for the opportunity to help others, as we ourselves have been helped along the way.
Join the House of Raglan Worldwide community, inspire change though supporting charity and join the self love club! Great designs with a meaningful message “House of Raglan – Join the Journey”.
A Physical Education teacher with a love of adventure and the great outdoors. Her passions include travel, netball, snowboarding, fashion and reading a good book. Anna has tackled mental health issues herself from her teenage years. She hopes to bring her personal experiences of dealing with depression to the community that is House of Raglan, helping others to help themselves. She believes strongly in the use of physical exercise and the outdoors as tools for tackling depression. The often skate-wear/snowboarding themes of House of Raglan reflect her personally, lifestyle and recovery.
Professionally Sophie also works within education, specifically Sociology; promoting equality both in and outside of her classroom. Her passions include football (soccer), music, debate and of course fashion. Sophie has supported Anna with her mental health over the past few years as well as tackling her own demons. Also believing in physical activity as a meditative mechanism, Sophie will often be found outside, skating and listening to Hanson. Sophie’s goals for happiness stem from philanthropy; charity drives her business mind and her greatest satisfaction comes from that generosity.