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A Shortlist of Chemicals to Avoid when Buying Clothes

Last week, I shared information on the innovative fabric manufacturers that genuinely care about “What’s in my tee?” Not all fabric is created with good intentions. This week’s topic is not fun, it’s hard to digest (literally for your pores, which ingests chemicals from your clothes), and it’s a lot to cover in one article. […]

How to Marketing Working with an Ethical Manufacturer

As the fashion industry continues to grow and the market becomes more crowded, the way brands differentiate themselves has been forced to evolve. With so many different brands on the market, you need to ensure that you have multiple ways to distinguish yourself as the top choice.   One way to differentiate your brand from […]

What’s Next for Suuchi Inc.?

Suuchi Inc. has based its entire mission in continuously innovating fashion manufacturing through our use of technology. While we have already disrupted the industry in a major way, we have no plans of stopping anytime soon.   In just 27 months, we have seen an exponential growth that manufacturing hasn’t experienced in decades. We have […]

What Fast Fashion Means for Sustainability

When was the last time you thought: “I love the outfit I just ordered. Can’t wait to wear it in 4-6 weeks!” Literally never, is my guess.   Consumers have a “see now, buy now, wear now” mentality when it comes to how they shop. Think of all the clothes in your closet: worn once […]

Retail in 2020 & the Role of Sustainability

This past week, three members of our team here at Suuchi Inc. attended the “Retail in 2020 and the Role of Sustainability” panel hosted by The Fashion Institute of Technology and The NPD Group.   The talk and following panel were led by Marshal Cohen, Chief Industry Analyst for The NPD Group, who discussed the […]

What Supply Chain Transparency Offers

Supply chains matter. Supply chain transparency matters even more. Getting a finished product is one thing, but seeing its creation can instills a trust in a client that would not be otherwise possible. The digital age has changed the way people view information. People feel entitled to even the smallest shred of additional information about […]

Why the Future of Fashion Derives from the Past

The US apparel industry is worth $350B in revenue. Only 2% of that volume is made in USA. The future is about bringing back the 98%. For local supply chains to scale to making the 98%, prices must be accessible. BUT real-impact fashion is more than accessible price points. Creating the future is creating beautiful […]

Why the Apparel Industry Left the USA

Apparel Industry: Why it left the US    The apparel industry has seen better days upon domestic shores. There was once a point in time, not too long ago, when US-made garments were the standard and not the exception. Today, roughly 2% of apparel is made domestically according to CNBC. This percentage is abysmal compared […]