Food for Thought: From Cotton to Consumer

everlane:

Oh my, it looks like we’ve stirred some controversy with our recent Making Of A Designer T-shirt infographic. At Well Spent, there’s an interesting debate underway among a group of respected retailers. This graphic was never intended as an attack on retailers (we love beautiful stores too), but an illustration of the costs behind making our T-shirts and how — when you’re online only — you can cut the markup expense associated with having locations.

For those interested: Our T-shirts are cut, sewn, and dyed in Los Angeles, and the infographic reflects those made-in-LA numbers. We would have loved to weigh in, and are always happy to answer questions.

About Morgan of DCFunemployment

Welcome to DCFunemployment. My name is Morgan and I am a native Washingtonian and socialite, aka a person who is known in society and is fond of social activities and entertainment. I am a storyteller, connector, yogi, artist, stylist, teacher and cheerleader. I believe that we can all win, be great and make the world better. Morgan is a strategist whose work sits at the intersection of people, experiences, storytelling, events, brands and business to help people develop their dreams and turn them into reality! I practice collaboration over competition because there is room for everyone to succeed. Follow me here or on social media to see some of the best that DC has to offer.
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