American Apparel Online Store

April 29, 2006 at 4:47 pm 2 comments

American Apparel consolidates production under one roof in their Los Angeles factory, meaning they cut, sew, photograph, market, and ship their clothes at one location, allowing for much more flexibility in reactions to market demand and for the payment of the highest wages in the garment industry. I would liken them to a Conscientious-Sustainable-Gap providing the wardrobe staples. They offer plainer cotton products mostly, but also some fashion pieces: check out their dress section, some would make very cool tunic tops for tall women. Their products all come in a wide selection of colors to match any skin tone.

What I am even more impressed by, and what gets them on this blog, is their mission to expand into a Sustainable Range made with organic cottons. It is still in the initial phases, but shows promise. I can’t wait to purchase an organic cotton dress to use as a tunic!

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Thai Silk Purses  |  January 15, 2007 at 8:49 pm

    Nice article, seems like you are a fashionista just like myself

    Reply
  • 2. Rex Freiberger  |  January 15, 2007 at 8:52 pm

    I dig your idea that being hippy is now hip…keep it up

    Reply

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