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Good Clothing Company

Nov 17, 2016 | Sustainable Apparel, The Marketplace

These images are from the Good Clothing Company manufacturing facility in Mashpee, MA. We spent some time there last week with Kathryn, founder and director, as well as some of the other lovely women working every day at one of the best examples of what successful re-shoring of this industry can look like. We’re excited to be working with them in this phase!

– Emma

PS – This video was produced by Bespokery, another industry friend who is doing amazing work in partnering brands with producers with a similar mission. It has great shots of the facilities that some of our clothes will be made in and the workers who will make that happen.

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