Zoe Schlacter (they/them) is an interdisciplinary artist and designer from Nashville, Tennessee. Zoe earned their BFA in textiles from the Rhode Island School of Design.
In 2020, Zoe founded their namesake textile and home goods line known for its maximalist, eccentric patterns and bold, adventurous color combinations.
Each Zoe Schlacter collection is derived from Zoe’s own practice as a textile fine artist. Zoe draws inspiration from children’s art, LGBTQ culture, craft traditions, and postmodern art and design—namely, the conventions of Op Art and Memphis design. With every product they design, Zoe aims to create fine art-quality textile objects that can be truly lived with, elevating the domestic space and activating a playful sensibility with every use.
All Zoe Schlacter pieces are designed in-house at Zoe’s studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn, and are ethically produced in India, New Jersey, and New York.
Zoe currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
I have a specific question about my order, how do I contact customer service?
How can I be notified when items are released or restocked?
Our Instagram and email list are the best place to find out about new releases. For restock updates, sign up for the waitlist to be notified when the product is back in stock.
What are pre-order sales?
Occasionally we offer pre-orders for special items. Subscribe to our mailing list and follow our Instagram to learn when pre-order options are available. Pre-orders help us calculate interest in products and avoid unsold items and overstock.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept credit cards and Paypal.
Do you charge sales tax?
Yes, we charge New York state sales tax.
What are your products made out of?
Currently all of our knit pieces are made from OEKO-TEX certified recycled yarn, which contains 80% recycled cotton and 20% polyester. Our rugs are 100% wool.
Where are your products made?
All knit pieces are knit in the United States. The rugs and hand-beaded items are produced in India.
How do I wash and care for my item?
For the knit products, machine wash on low heat and no bleach. Tumble dry on low or lay flat to dry.
Shipping & Returns
How do I track my order?
Customers will receive an email with a link to tracking once the order ships.
When will I receive my item?
Orders ship within 5 business days. Domestic orders typically arrive within a week after shipping.
Do you accept returns?
Due to the limited nature of our products we do not accept returns or exchanges. If your order arrives incorrectly or damaged please email email@example.com.
Do you ship internationally?
Yes. The customer is responsible for duties that may apply. International orders may take a long time to arrive.
My order is a gift. Can you make sure pricing is removed? Can I include a gift note?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org when you place an order and we can accommodate your request.
What kind of packaging do you use?
Small items ship in compostable mailers and large items ship in recyclable cardboard boxes with paper tape. Prior to shipping, all products are packaged in a plastic sleeve to protect the item during transit.
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