We’ve set up shop in Detroit, where we’re hiring men who were trained to sew in prison and paying them a living wage. We use the best materials available to make products that we want to wear every day, and we’re building them to last.
We aren’t doing it alone: from partnering with the Michigan Department of Corrections on hiring, to developing fabrics with a mill in LA that shares our commitment to quality, it’s a team effort.
In short, we’re doing our best to build a company that we all can feel excited to be a part of. We’ve tried to keep business simple. Invest in your employees, invest in your community and make products you feel great about. Some companies see this as a burden. We see it as an opportunity.