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How Patriotism and Pragmatism Drive Domestic Apparel Production

Beyond politics, Made in USA is—and has been—a reality for many brands. Though the U.S. remains uncertain with regard to future trade policies, domestic companies are here to stay for a myriad of reasons, including patriotism, proximity and pride.

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SustainabilityFeature

Recycled Review: What’s Happening with Post-Consumer Recycled Fibers, Traceability and Consumer Contribution

The apparel sector is starting to embrace more sustainable ways, and things like post-consumer recycled fibers, traceability and municipal collections seem to be hot topics in the sector.

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Will the Apparel Industry Actually be Able to Improve Water Sustainability?

Water is arguably the artery of the apparel sector, but this natural resource remains scarce and polluted, prompting leaders to collectively attempt to address solutions for a more sustainable future.

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