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USA: OUR FACTORIES
Meet Alex Dabagh, who works with his father, Pierre, at one of the last factories in Manhattan’s leather district.
In 1965, 95% of US clothes were domestically made.
Today 97% of clothing sold in the United States is
Meet Bobby Ahn. If you’re wearing our jeans, chances are they’re cut and sewn at his factory in Los Angeles. Bobby drives a plug-in Prius, eats organic food and has...
The label says Made in USA, but this organic cotton yoga
tank is a global citizen. It travels to three countries and
two continents, logging 17,000 miles before it...
This Arizona farmer grows some of the finest cotton in
the world, including ours.
We sit down with Martin Kägi, CEO of Hermann Bühler,
the Swiss company that spins the organic yarn for our
Fabric designer Inka Apter talks about the global textile
We worked with our L.A. jeans factory to develop two new washes: Utility Blue and Indigo. They both use 62% less water than our most intensive wash.
Andari Knitting, the Wangs' family factory, makes some of our favorite sweaters—along with uniforms for the Olympics. A success story, yes. But it's not easy to manufacture in the USA.
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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