This seed to shirt project thing is cool and all but why was outsourcing used to manufacture these shirts? Isn't America supposed to be getting away from that? American Apparel apparently make all their shirts here in the US, along with a local clothing boutique here in Tucson, Arizona called TUC: The Underestimated City. Am I just being fooled by tricky advertising from these companies? Or is AA apparel truly made in the US?
From Jacob Goldstein, a reporter for Planet Money: “I don’t know anything about American Apparel. But as to why our shirt was not sewn in America: We wanted to understand the way most T-shirts that are sold in America are made. And the vast majority of shirts sold in America are made overseas.”
Hello there. For the third year in a row, we are doing THE DECEMBER PROJECT. The plan is simple. If you are trans– or if you love some one who is trans– and you need a friendly voice, email us and we will…
It literally never occurred to me that dressing up in color-coordinated outfits and posing for pictures with a photographer whom usually shoots engagements and weddings would lead people to believe that we are engaged. I wish I was kidding. I really am that clueless.
So I have a lot of problems and have fucked up a lot but one of my best friends just reminded me that I’ve never gotten drunk, stolen a taxi, and the proceeded to kill someone with said taxi WHILE SERVING IN THE NAVY in Japan. Someone on her ship actually did do this. But not me. Suddenly feeling really good.