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Pure is beauty in its simplest form. Pure is the origin of Three Dots - the aesthetic that blends comfort with style.
The Three Dots Story
Southern California, 1995, Sharon Lebon is creating the first tee shirt made for a woman in a high quality fabric.The initial prototype took six months to perfect the fit, fabric and construction. With $4000 and a sewing machine, Sharon went to work designing the “essentials”, that are the foundation of Three Dots (the name meaning “more to follow...").
Within a few short years, Three Dots became synonymous with luxury, American-made, contemporary knitwear for women. Sharon continued adding silhouettes to these essentials building the Three Dots brand, while staying true to her original vision of Pure, Effortless, Luxury. As the company grew, Sharon added the Three Dots Men and Three Dots Red Collections, using the same sumptuous fabrics, attention to detail and perfected fit.
Sharon's company has grown to employ over 200 people in the U.S., sold in over 2,000 specialty retail and luxury department stores throughout the United States as well as internationally.
In 2010, Sharon traded her Laguna Beach home for a horse ranch in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, her sedan for a pick-up, and her Louboutin's for Lucchese's.
Sixteen years after cutting her first shirt, Sharon has chosen to live her life the rich simplicity that is reflected in all of the Three Dots Collections.
Effortless is the classic and elegant appeal Three Dots is known for. It is what inspires our signature tees proudly designed and made in America.
Luxury is the soft touch of a high-quality fabric, the perfect fit that compliments the body, and the careful construction and workmanship that epitomizes all of Three Dots designs.
SAVING AMERICA'S MUSTANGS
Sharon Lebon, an avid horsewoman, cares deeply for horses as she does for all animals. Saving America’s Mustangs is the non-profit Sharon has chosen with which to align Three Dots with, in the hopes of bringing awareness as well as contributions to save these American icons.