The Threadleaf Shop is moving to a new model with workshops and services

After four years of running Threadleaf, a responsibly sourced clothing store, Nicole McGrew is making some major changes.

Threadleaf started at 121 S. Royal St. and later moved to a larger space at 102 N Fayette St. But the store is now closed and McGrew is transitioning from Threadleaf to Threadleaf & Company – A Modern Center for Cultured Living .

“From the beginning, I wanted Threadleaf to be more than a store and our next iteration will enable just that,” said McGrew. “By offering personalized workshops and other personalized services, community events and online content, Threadleaf & Company is providing more opportunities to discover, share and engage.”

The store closed on February 20, but a curated collection of sustainable clothing, accessories and homewares is still available for purchase at

McGrew is available for cultured life sessions, speaking and writing engagements, and custom projects related to social entrepreneurship, sustainable fashion, women in business, and other related topics.

She also participates in several local events. On May 6, she will speak at a virtual seminar on creating a natural dye garden as part of the Master Gardeners of Northern Virginia. You can register for the free program here.

Follow Threadleaf & Company on Instagram for the latest updates and events.

by the team at Alexandria Living magazine

March 07, 2022


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