DESIGNER GUIDE: MADE IN NORTH AMERICA
Here at Garmentory, we have an abundance of amazing makers and labels that design, produce, and manufacture everything in the United States and Canada. So many, in fact, it’s hard to keep track. So, to help you, out we’ve compiled them into this ultimate guide. Here you will find clothing, jewelry, handbags, shoes, art...you name it!...all made within North America. It's a truly amazing feeling knowing where the things you purchase come from—like you're best friends with the designer even though you’ve never met IRL. Plus, keeping things local is a great way to practice sustainability, and with this list, it’s actually really easy. Get to know our North American–made style squad now.
MADE IN USA
323: Playful prints and offbeat details rule for this emerging line of womenswear all handmade in Echo Park, Los Angeles.
A. Carnevale: Created in New York City, this jewelry brand represents celebration with its use of color, playful designs, and touch of sparkle.
Abacus Row: Thoughtfully detailed and meticulously crafted in San Francisco, California.
AGMES: Created by sisters Morgan and Jaclyn Solomon, AGMES is a jewelry line that focuses on geometric shapes, clean lines, and modern silhouettes all handmade in NYC.
Alexa Stark: Working with the Portland Garment Factory, everything in this womenswear line is made using minimal waste production with each and every inch of fabric accounted for in a piece of clothing or a work of art.
Angie Bauer: Smart, yet romantic take on intimates ethically made in Los Angeles.
ARE Studio: A collection of sleek leather and canvas bags made in Los Angeles.
Assembly: An artful approach to men's and women's wear, made in New York City.
Bartleby Objects: Objects for the home and individual made one at a time and all by hand in a Brooklyn Navy Yard Studio by designer, knitter, weaver, wood-turner, and leather-worker, Mary L Chan.
Beatrice Valenzuela: Her signature slides and sandals are heavily influenced by her travels around the world and all produced in Echo Park, Los Angeles.
Between Ten: Versatile, wearable pieces that translate from beach to city, day to night—all produced in the USA.
Brookes Boswell: Hats and accessories that mix functional detailing with classic aesthetics, individually constructed in Portland.
C.A.B.: Hand-crafted in Los Angeles, C.A.B. bags are the perfect mix of simplicity, femininity, and practicality.
Calder Blake: Streamlined styles made with stunning textiles, all designed and produced locally in Los Angeles.
Carleen: Quirky prints and ultra-wearable styles designed and produced in Brooklyn.
Ceri Hoover: Premium leather accessories made in Nashville.
CIE Denim: One-of-a-kind jeans made from hand-selected vintage denim found in New York City which is then sorted, sized, and deconstructed in Manhattan’s garment district.
Clan of Cro: This womenswear line implements a sustainable approach in their use of textiles and local sourcing of luxury vintage and deadstock fabric from all over the United States.
Clare V.: Classic shapes, modern detailing, and Parisian-inspired charm featured in clutches, totes, and more, all made in Los Angeles.
Cled: Eco-conscious upcycled jewelry brand handmade in Los Angeles.
Clyde: Sculptural hand-block hats made in New York.
Colorant: A New York brand that uses ancient dyeing methods to create timeless pieces for the modern customer.
Combines de Filles: A small-batch jumpsuit brand produced and manufactured in Brooklyn.
Conifer: Fun wardrobe essentials made in San Francisco.
Corridor: Engaging, yet classic pieces that can be worn season after season, made in New York City.
Cresconi: Sculptural leather accessories hand-tooled in-house and manufactured ethically by skilled craftspeople in the Los Angeles area.
DÉSIRÉEKLEIN: A collection of timeless, detailed pieces made in Los Angeles.
Deta: Versatile and comfortable knit swimwear, co-developed and produced with local seniors in Brooklyn, New York.
Devons Drawer: Ethical heirloom clothing for modern kids made from start to finish within a two-mile radius in downtown LA.
Erin Considine: This jeweler is committed to sustainability every step of the way, from natural dyeing to making everything in New York City.
Esby Apparel: Designed in Austin and made in Dallas and New Orleans, this collection has a menswear mentality with silhouettes that are fit to flatter the female form.
Esenshel: A thoughtful, unique headwear collection handcrafted in New York.
Freemans Sporting Club: New York-based men's retailer for handmade goods made locally, specializing in custom suiting.
General Admission: Affordable, elevated clothing 100% crafted in Los Angeles with exclusive fabrics sourced from the USA to Japan.
Graf Lantz: Simple silhouettes and sophisticated shapes meld with unorthodox textures, bright hues, and exposed stitching to create this made-in-Los Angeles bag collection.
GREI.: Limited runs of accessories and clothing predominantly made in New York City and finished in Brooklyn.
Gron Kulle.: Small batch clothing produced in San Francisco with sustainably sourced fabrics.
Hackwith Design House: Minimalist, pared-down shapes made locally with love in Minneapolis.
HEMSMITH: A minimalist fashion brand made in New York for the modern person.
H Fredrickson: A conscious collection made in New York and designed with a purpose based on modernity, art, and sustainability.
House of 950: A lifestyle brand made in New York City.
Ilana Kohn: A cool, feminine line made in New York City.
Index Series: Relaxed silhouettes designed and produced in New York City.
Inga-Lena: A sustainable womenswear label designed and produced in New York.
Jack + Mulligan: Premium quality bags and accessories for travel, work, and sport made in the USA.
Jujumade: A diverse collection offering everything from handmade bags and hats to jewelry, all crafted in Los Angeles.
Julie Thevenot: A New York–made line of avant-garde, playful accessories and decorative objects.
KAHLE: Powerfully feminine, adaptive silhouettes designed and produced by a small team in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Kamperett: A collection of elegant yet relaxed pieces ethically manufactured in California factories using only the highest quality materials.
Lauren Winter: Statement designs crafted out of durable, natural fibers such as linen, hemp, and organic cotton, and made in Portland.
Leigh Miller: Lust-worthy jewelry designed and produced in Los Angeles.
Leigh New York: Bold luxury, vintage silhouettes, and 80s art, created in Brooklyn, New York
Luz Ortiz: Timeless, functional jewelry made in New York City.
M Press: A streetwear-influenced menswear line designed by Morgane Press and produced in Brooklyn.
Me & Arrow: Simple, smart and functional clothing and accessories crafted locally by a close-knit team of artisans in Los Angeles.
Megan Huntz: A proud champion of the slow fashion movement, Megan Huntz designs and manufactures her entire eponymous collection locally in Atlanta.
Micaela Greg: Effortlessly cool knitwear proudly made in California using the finest quality Italian yarns with the softest hand feel.
Mila Zovko: Mila Zovko is a line of playful, luxury knitwear designed in Vancouver and made in New York City using beautiful Italian yarn.
Modern Weaving: Statement accessories made in Los Angeles.
Nordet: Premium goods and accessories designed for surfers by surfers, proudly made in the USA.
Normal Objects: A unisex basics cap brand made in Los Angeles, CA.
Open House Projects: Hand carved jewelry made start-to-finish in New York.
OZMA: Contemporary womenswear that celebrities beauty, made responsibly in Los Angeles.
Pamela Love: New York made jewelry with a modern mystic aesthetic.
Pari Desai: Streamlined silhouettes and luxe yarns made in Los Angeles.
Plante: Novel, feminine pieces made in New York's historic Garment District.
Primecut: Architectural bags crafted in Portland out of one-of-a-kind hides sourced from regional and worldwide leather suppliers.
Seaworthy: Each piece of jewelry is rooted in ancient design, reimagined into minimal and modern pieces, all handmade in Portland.
Shahla Karim: Jewelry designed and prototyped with 3D printers and then handmade in New York City with recycled sterling silver and gold using conflict-free stones.
Silvae: A ready-to-wear line that pays homage to the stunning landscape of the Pacific Northwest and made with a ton of TLC in New York.
Tarin Thomas: Handcrafting everything in New York City, the Toronto native is renowned for her versatile, stackable pieces.
Toit Volant: A contemporary, minimal independent fashion label sustainably manufactured in the USA.
Waltz: San Francisco-based womenswear line committed to sustainability through long-lasting, high-quality garments and ethical manufacturing in the USA.
WHIT: Womenswear with clean shapes and playful details made in New York City.
Wolcott : Takemoto: Clothing made in New York City with thoughtful consideration towards fit and quality.
MADE IN CANADA
AW by Andrea Wong: Handbags and accessories handcrafted in the designer’s Vancouver studio using both modern and old-world sewing techniques.
Beth Richards: Sleek swimwear all created with the highest quality UV-protected stretch fabric from Italy and crafted in Canada.
Bodega Thirteen: Streetwear-inspired pieces with a downtown edge all designed onsite and locally manufactured in Toronto.
Concrete Cat: Eye-catching art objects, furniture, and sculpture handmade in Edmonton.
Corey Moranis: Playful jewelry and accessories made from lucite and handcrafted in Toronto.
Devlyn van Loon: Relaxed, minimalist pieces that are easy to wear, made in Toronto.
Eliza Faulkner: Timeless dresses and separates designed in Montreal and made in cities across Canada.
Erin Templeton: Accessories lovingly handmade in Vancouver with recycled leather, imported cowhides, and a selection of exclusive and locally tanned elk and bison hides.
Fenntessa: Sleek, minimalist swimwear made in Vancouver.
Four Horsemen: An in-house line made in Victoria from carefully sourced fabrics and high quality materials.
Harly Jae: Feminine, vintage-inspired womenswear, made ethically from sustainable fabrics in Vancouver.
Lacar: Jewelry inspired by Gothic and Renaissance art and newly honed expertise in metalsmithing, made in Vancouver.
Lorette Lingerie: Handmade in Toronto by an all-female staff, Lorette is a lingerie brand focused on creating beautiful, original everyday underwear.
Loyal Loot: Objects of integrity and timeless beauty made by hand in Edmonton.
MAPLE: Hats, belts, footwear, jewelry, and other assorted accessories made sustainably in Vancouver.
Mary Young: Lingerie and loungewear ethically made in Canada, featuring designs that embrace the natural body.
Minnow Bathers: Curve-loving swimwear designed for all women and produced in Toronto.
ORA-C: Jewelry with an aesthetic that is both delicate and bold all made by hand in designer Caroline Pham’s Montreal studio.
Petite Vilains: Elevated, modern children’s clothing designed, cut, and sewn in Vancouver.
Priory: Minimalist yet distinct separates designed and produced in Vancouver.
Sonya Lee: Progressive bags and accessories that communicate the natural language of leather, all handmade in Toronto.
The Sleep Shirt: Exceptional sleep clothes that you can wear all day, made in Canada.
Ursa Minor: A proud member of the slow-fashion movement, all Ursa Minor pieces are designed and produced locally in the heart of Montreal.
YYY: A meticulous line of jewelry and objects crafted out of porcelain and hand-dyed cord, made in Montreal.
Wasted Effort: Handmade jewelry, meticulously crafted piece-by-piece in designer Marie Foxall’s East Vancouver studio.