Cover Story:
Manufacturing Hope

When apparel manufacturers left the U.S., it was doubtful they would ever come back. Yet now American clothing production is staging an unlikely comeback. What's fueling it, and how far can it go?
By C.J. Mittica



City Of Angels And Apparel

With 10,000 apparel production firms, Los Angeles remains the epicenter of America's clothing manufacturing. Here's a look at the suppliers and workers who are thriving in the City of Angels.
By Chris Ruvo
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A Mosaic Of Issues

There are many sides to the resurgence in Made in USA: reshored jobs, immigrant workers, devastated regions and more. We offer a look at the people and companies making a difference here at home.
By C.J. Mittica, Sara Lavenduski and Chris Ruvo
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SCORE! Trends and Selling Opportunities in the Sports Market

October - Hockey

Learn how to win more sports business through sales strategies and leading trends. Each edition of Score! will focus on a different sport.

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Hot Product Showcase
This Month: Hi-Viz Workwear
Product Showcase

How to sound like an expert even when you're not.

This month's topic: Recycled Fabric

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Each issue, Wearables University is
the educational source you need for promotional apparel. Fabrics, colors, sizing, decoration, terminology – we cover it all.
[TRENDS] Women's Pants
Women's pants took center stage earlier this month when they broke out as one of the top trends at New York City's Fashion Week. More >>


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Featured Podcast
Wearables and Stitches staff writer Christopher Ruvo talks to Hank Harrell, vice president of sales and marketing at leading supplier Broder Bros. Co. (asi/42090), about trends and challenges in the promotional apparel marketplace for 2011.

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