An inside look at the brand's "Tiny Factory," where a meticulous sorting and record-keeping process transforms old clothes into new ones on a large scale.
"You get so much more than just a jacket. You get that lifestyle mentality."
These up-and-coming makeup, hair and skin-care companies are generating a lot of buzz right now.
From Calvin Klein to Dior, quilting has been all over the runways — but what does that mean for the quilting community?
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the brand's unique retail store/denim atelier hybrid.
The homegrown luxury brand is setting the bar for high-quality, eco-conscious leather goods.
It's not calcium rich, but it is ethically made.
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.
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From the Revolutionary War to American Apparel, the concept of being "Made in the U.S.A." has served different purposes throughout our nation's history.
We asked experts who produce inside and outside the U.S. for their thoughts.
The U.S. may not have the means to support a group comparable to LVMH or Kering just yet, but that doesn't mean that it won't in the future — and on its own terms.
Plus, top buyers and sellers of New Balance items differ between red and blue states.
From Los Angeles to the Carolinas.
The American icon on what it takes to stay in the industry for nearly 30 years and counting.
A look back, decade-by-decade.
It's not just about New York and Los Angeles, folks.
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.
Sometimes, there's no place like home.
The retail giant never expected for its Fourth-of-July line to become as tied to Americana as it is now, 23 years later.
From Michelle Obama to Patti Smith, our staffers share which American figures have left the biggest impact on our style.
Designer Aza Ziegler discusses producing in the USA, valuing sustainability from a young age and having Banana Republic founders as parents.