Homegrown Fashion Label Noble 31 Benefits More Than Just Your Wardrobe

Sarah Bray | October 17, 2019 | Style & Beauty

Founders_3.jpgNoble 31’s Madi Davis, Staley Moore and Mackenzie Moore

The sisters behind homegrown fashion label Noble 31 seek to benefit the women in their community—and your wardrobe.

Fort Worth natives and sisters Madi Davis and Mackenzie Moore had always dreamed of collaborating on a fashion collection. But it wasn’t until Mackenzie, and Madi’s best friend, Staley Moore, became sisters-in-law that they finally did it. “Staley was like, ‘I’ve always heard you talk about this. I want in,’” explains Mackenzie. In May 2017, the trio launched Noble 31. While their one-size-fits-all popped-collar tops are sellouts at trunk shows across Texas, their motivation is more meaningful: A portion of every Noble 31 piece sold benefits women-centric charities, most recently local nonprofit The NET’s Purchased initiative, which helps women and girls exploited by the sex industry and trafficking in Texas. “It’s not about churning out a trendy collection season after season,” says Mackenzie. “It’s about women helping women get back on their feet.” See the collection in person at their upcoming trunk shows Oct. 21 and 22, see website for times and location.



Photography by: HANNAH HASTON