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Fast Company named American Giant one of its most innovative companies of 2015 (American Giant Guns For Gap By Doubling Down On The USA, March 2015). American Giant is purveyor of T-shirts, sweatshirts, and (most famously) hoodies. We have posted about them several times before. Part of American Giant’s pitch is that they make everything in, well, […]

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This blog entry is a direct continuation of Marty’s post on Textiles in America and part of our ongoing posts on reshoring of work.  The New York Times Replica Edition is an exact electronic version of the in-print newspaper where I first saw these two nice pieces of data.  (I LOVE data.  Recall: “In God […]

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I grew up just outside of Manchester, NH, home of the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company. The Amoskeag was once the biggest cotton textile plant in the world. A couple of my grandparents worked there, but by the time I was growing up, the cotton mills were gone as the textile industry bailed out of New England […]

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Last week I posted on making toys in the US; this week it’s apparel — specifically, T-shirts and sweatshirts. Let starts with sweatshirts and a firm called American Giant. The story starts back in December with an article in Slate describing the company’s business model and extolling the wonders of its product (This Is the Greatest […]

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