Ethos

We take responsibility for how our business impacts people and the environment. Our efforts focus on the ethics around manufacturing and promoting healthy consumerism within our community.

Manufacturing transparency

Our seamstresses work directly for Todd Shelton at our East Rutherford, New Jersey factory. Each is skilled in making garments start-to-finish. They're paid living wages for New Jersey, work full-time, and set their own schedules. Schedule a factory tour

Neutral presentation

We strive to present our products with plain-spoken, factual language. We avoid hyperbole and persuasion. We avoid scarcity and urgency. Our objective is to provide people with unbiased information so that they can make calm, informed buying decisions.

High-frequency use

We design products to be worn regularly and for as long as possible. We customize how a garment fits to minimize the risk it never gets worn due to a fit problem. We make classic menswear products that do not go out of style.

Environmentally-responsible production

Our products are made-to-order. Made-to-order accurately aligns supply and demand—eliminating the natural resources required to manufacture unwanted inventory.

Biodegradable fibers

There are reports of long-term effects of polyester (non-biodegradable) microfibers polluting waterways. The claims are that polyester microfibers shed from clothing in washing machines, bypass filters, enter rivers and oceans, and permanently pollute waterways. You can read more here. We source fabrics made of biodegradable fibers.

Respect animals

We do not sell leather products, and we avoid the unnecessary use of animal products in design.

No plastic bags

Our all-kraft paper packaging is designed to be 100% recyclable.

Honest pricing

We charge a fair price for all of our products. We do not price our products in a way that we can offer discounts. We are honored to work with people who value the quality and service we consistently provide.

Labor and environmental enforcement

Many developing countries that produce fabric and clothing lack the infrastructure to enforce the labor and environmental laws they have on the books. Until enforcement develops further worldwide, we’ve chosen to lean on fabric mills located within governments with histories of enforcing labor and environmental protections. We currently source fabrics from Portugal, Japan, Germany, and England.

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