Our supply chains are thoughtful and varied. They start where the finest fibers are found. The mills we choose have the highest skill—Italy for spinning wool and cashmere, China for silk. Almost every garment we make goes on a complex journey.
Consider Fine Tencel Jersey, one of our most versatile knits. The Tencel fiber is made from wood that’s responsibly harvested in multiple sources around the world. The fiber is made in Austria and the yarn is spun in China. It then goes to Montreal, where it is knit and dyed, and finally to the US, where it is cut, sewn and shipped to our warehouse in Secaucus, New Jersey. From there it’s trucked to our stores—or shipped directly to customers through our website.
As Fine Tencel Jersey shows, in an increasingly global world, "made in" is a snapshot of a product's supply chain.