We want to make sustainable fashion accessible to everyone regardless if you are new to sourcing responsibly made products or have a longstanding sustainability agenda.
Since 1997 we have helped countless brands and retailers to design and manufacture their products in a socially responsible and environmentally sustainable manner.
We knit the fabric, we then cut, sew, print, pack & ship the garments from our facilities in Rancho Dominguez California, a short 20-minute drive from Los Angeles airport.
Every item we produce is made with sustainable fabrics and sustainable production methods.
Textile manufacturing has been a tradition in our family for three generations. We offer premium quality, exceptional customer service, and wide range of ecofriendly production options.
Although most garment production in the United States has continued to move offshore, we have stayed committed to domestic manufacturing creating jobs and supporting local communities.
100% Organic combed cotton
50% Organic cotton, 50% Recycled Cotton
50% Organic cotton, 50% Micro Modal
50% Organic cotton, 50% Recycled Polyester
50% Recycled cotton, 50% Recycled Polyester
100% Recycled Polyester
DYEING & FINISHING
We use low impact dyes and finishes. Our local dye house is Bluesign compliant and one of the most environmentally friendly dye houses in the world.
Water-based inks, PVC and Phthalate free
In addition to domestic production, we also offer a comprehensive Global Sourcing options for specialty products which their materials and technologies are unfortunately no longer available in the United States. Our handpicked list of compliant factory partners are located in Mexico, Turkey, India & Bangladesh.
Our international partners have an exemplary track record in maintaining socially responsible and environmentally sustainable factories in their countries.
HELP US MAKE A DIFFERENCE
In addition to being a Zero-Waste manufacturing facility for over two decades, we recently launched the first Circular Manufacturing System of its kind for textiles and apparel in the United States.
This means Zero Waste in the lifecycle of every garment we manufacture. Once the customer is done using them, we take the garments back, we sort them, recycle and upcycle them into new fibers, fabrics & garments alongside our fabric scraps from the cutting process.