Industry of All Nations May 09 2016

Industry of all Nations takes a radical approach to ethical, sustainable sourcing by emphasizing the importance of their wares as products of the country where they originated—not just because they were grown or made there, but because they are inherently born from the country’s culture and past. Case in point: their Bolivian alpaca sweaters, which are made with wool from alpacas that have been humanely raised by the same community for generations. Alpacas come in fourteen natural shades, so the wool never needs to be dyed or bleached. Similarly, the shoes from their “Hand Stitch” project are made by hand in one of Buenos Aires’ last-standing family-operated shoe factories.