A shopper's-first primer on the promising world of on-demand manufacturing.
Like so many industries, the COVID-19 pandemic has put the nation's artisanal footwear trade at risk.
Plus, the fur industry is promoting sustainability in an effort to fight back.
Automation is set to become the single biggest player of the workforce of the future.
The recently-completed "Garment Worker Diaries" project followed women in Bangladesh, India and Cambodia.
Jordan Adoni may not have set out to "save the world" with his shoes, but the transparency of his New York factory is attracting conscious consumers nonetheless.
From Los Angeles to the Carolinas.
Immigrants represent a significant portion of the fashion industry's skilled workforce, and the current political administration’s anti-immigration stance runs counter to any hope of bringing garment manufacturing back to the U.S.
Founder Yael Aflalo took us on a tour of the space (now open to the public), sharing all of its unique, sustainability-focused details.
We even talked shop in a giant denim teepee of his own design.
InStyle USA is one of the last full-service production companies operating in New York City’s Garment Center. Fashionista meets the manufacturing team behind many of the city’s most beloved fashion brands.