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In 2012, Eileen took a trip to China that shifted her
thinking about manufacturing in the US and abroad. Part
vacation, part factory tour, she traveled with her son...
Join us on a journey to Shingora, the scarf factory
presided over by Mridula Jain, an entrepreneur whose
story is inspiring a new generation of Indian women.
These three chapters of the Peru Chronicles track the story of our alpaca, from herds high in the Andes, as well as our fair trade organic cotton knits.
What if prices reflected the true costs of making the
things we buy?
How one trip to China took me to the moon and back:
insects & dynasties, legend & lore, the life cycle of the
In May, we sent a small team to China on the path
of our silk supply chain to find out what it means to
manufacture one of the world's oldest fabrics.
Megan Meiklejohn tracks our clothes from field to factory.
The label Made in USA—or made anywhere else in
the world—only refers to an item's last stop on what is
typically a global journey.
Inka Apter, a leader on our fabric research and
development team, recounts the plot twists and turns
that led to our organic denim program.
We're working to improve the supply chain for our leather.
Our vision is for an industry where human rights and sustainability are not the effect of a particular initiative, but the cause of a business well run. Where social and environmental injustices are not unfortunate outcomes, but reasons to do things differently. Learn about our path to sustainability.
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