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Socially-responsible brand Industry of All Nations has set up a pop up within Bloomingdale's 59th Street's mens department. The company was founded back in 2010 and works closely with manufactures around the world to ensure that the best of local products are made and distributed fairly, with minimal environmental impact. Basically, they're a model example of how to do cool product made in a fair way and sold at competitive prices that fast fashion could learn a thing or two from.
At the Bloomingdale's pop up, which will run through the summer, IOAN is showcasing products that they manufacture in collaboration with communities from Argentina, Kenya, India, Indonesia, and domestically. Their Clean Clothes Project—which uses organic cotton and natural dyes—features cotton basics and denim. They also have espadrilles and trainers for sale.
· Industry of All Nations [Official Site]