After the fabric is knit in Los Angeles, it travels to Detroit. Each garment is made by hand at our facility in Detroit, where we’re hiring formerly incarcerated men. We believe in investing in our community, which means paying our workers a living wage of at least $15 per hour.
We examine every step of the process to ensure that our clothing will stand up to heavy use. We recognize even when garments are made with the most environmentally friendly fabrics and energy sources, they still impact our planet. Therefore, truly sustainable production means also designing garments that will be as appealing in a decade as they are today—and then constructing those garments to last that long.
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[Launch video, 2015]