January fashion: American spirit

January  2013 Fashion

William Buckley: With each inspiring the other, contemporary brands like Rag & Bone, Billy Reid and Band of Outsiders mingle with heritage brands like Woolrich, Filson and Pendleton Woolen Mills to redefine the landscape of USA-made menswear, changing the face of men’s fashion forever.

Missed opportunity

American Made Matters

Scotti Gaylord: Why is our industry not promoting American-made fashion?

Better than ever: Way back when is in again

Stormy Kromer

Billy Neville: Those who would write the obituary for “Made in the USA” are premature, period.

A united front

JA Apparel factory

The heavily unionized men’s tailored clothing factories of the U.S. are enjoying the popularity of American-made products.

State of the union

Collared Greens

Christian Chensvold on the trendiness and timelessness of made in America menswear.

Making & marketing U.S. clothing

H. Freeman

Karen Alberg Grossman: We’ve got the quality; we just need the cool.

Made in America: Taking hold

Northern Grade. Photo by Mark MacMillan

Elise Diamantini: For many menswear retailers, it’s increasingly important to support vendors who are creating American jobs.

Bringing it home

Made In America January 2013

If ever there were a good time to shout about U.S. apparel production, it’s now.