LooHoo in Eileen Fisher Stores

September 13, 2018 2 min read

LooHoo in Eileen Fisher Stores

This fall, Eileen Fisher stores have chosen LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls as a few of their favorite fabric care products.

LooHoos are part of the stores’ eco-friendly products that help extend the life of your favorite pieces. Customers can purchase a trio of the dryer balls at several Eileen Fisher stores including their new Brooklyn store, Somerset (Michigan) and University Village (Seattle). They are also available online. Each set is beautifully packaged in our reusable muslin bags.



“The Eileen Fisher company is one of the most phenomenal companies around,” says LooHoo founder Cyndi Prince. “What they do for women, girls and their employees, along with their transparency with their clothing line and commitment to sustainability within the fashion industry—I am so proud of our partnership and our shared mission to help the world tread a little lighter.”

Two years ago, the Resort 16 gift collection that included LooHoo was available globally to include all of Eileen Fisher’s 49 U.S. retail stores, three Canadian stores, four stores in the United Kingdom and online at EileenFisher.com.

“Our buying and merchandising teams first heard about LooHoo after the company was awarded one of the Eileen Fisher Women’s Owned Business Grants in 2014,” says Eileen Fisher. “It was a great opportunity to support a woman-owned business and bring her great product to our customers. We felt that her product really aligned with our clothes and our sustainability message, and would provide our customers a great environmentally friendly solution for themselves or their friends.”

Cyndi Prince is the environmentally conscious proprietress behind LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls. She started making the domestic wool balls in 2010 as an alternative to toxic dryer sheets. In 2014, Princewas recipient of the Eileen Fisher Woman-Owned Business Grant, recognizing her commitment to positive social and environment impact.


After a 10-year career in interior and graphic design, Eileen Fisher founded the clothing line that bears her name in 1984. Today her clothing is sold in department stores and 52 Eileen Fisher stores in the United States and abroad. Fisher’s mission is to operate a business that supports human rights and sustainability.