In celebration Earth Day and Fashion Revolution Week, I interviewed Good Clothing Company. Good Clothing Company manufactured Tabii Just bulk orders for last season. I met Kathryn, who runs GCC, and was impressed by her commitment to fair garment production. Read why I chose to do my production with them. 1) Can you tell us a bit about Good Clothing Company? Good Clothing Company was founded in December 2014 and opened its doors to the public in March of 2015. Our headquarters are on Cape Cod in Massachusetts and we have a second facility in Fall River, MA. Our primary focus is to partner with emerging and indie designers to provide them with the tools they need to launch and thrive --...
I wish I could spend most of my life shopping for fabric and playing with swatches. There is something about connecting to the starting point of a garment that really gets me going. I can imagine the fabric is so many different ways. Because I strive for zero waste, I try to conceptualize the garment on paper before draping to minimize mistakes. It's inevitable, though, for something to go awry but I enjoy the process either way.
I posted this image on my Instagram to give you guys a peek at my fabric shopping adventures. Within a day, I got a host of orders for scarves in this print. And I listened. The Drips of Rainbow Infinity Scarf is limited edition so if you want one for this brisk weather, grab it pronto before it gone.
I've been fortunate to have some really incredible women in my life. Two of them are blogger powerhouses, Vera Sweeney and Audrey McClelland. Even before I became a mom, I saw them juggle motherhood and running businesses. Now that I'm a mom and I have Tabii Just, I'm even more in awe of how they do what they do and still find time to support others. Audrey did a wonderful post on our Fashion Week collection. Read it here.