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Brand
Brand
Design Philosophy
Design Philosophy
Materials
Materials
Cradle-to-Cradle Design
Cradle-to-Cradle Design
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Sustainable Design
Sustainable Design
Social Responsibility
Social Responsibility
Country of Origin
Country of Origin
Ethical Design
Ethical Design

Forgotten Shirts - Minneapolis, United States

Brand

Forgotten believe that simple choices can make a huge impact. They make shirts that look great and feel great - and help create a better life for those who make them. Forgotten shirts are made in...

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Design Philosophy

Forgotten was born out of a desire to change the way that our clothes are made. They believe that fashion can be a powerful tool for creating a better world. After spending years working in Africa,...

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Materials

David is a cotton farmer in Gulu, Uganda. He has learned how to grow 100% organic cotton. Not only is this cotton good for the earth, but it also helped David to earn enough to build a new house...

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Cradle-to-Cradle Design

Forgotten shirts are made to last a long time. They are made of the highest quality materials with attention paid to the smallest details. They want your Forgotten shirt to remain in your rotation...

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Sustainable Design

Forgotten's shirts are constructed at a small textile facility in Kampala, Uganda. This facility creates good jobs in a city where many people cannot find jobs. The employees all receive a salary...

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Social Responsibility

Forgotten works to be more than a charity. They believe that charity will never be enough to eliminate poverty. They believe in creating opportunities for people to stand on their own. They seek to...

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Country of Origin

Forgotten shirts are both global and local. Each shirt represents 3 lives - a cotton farmer, a textile worker, and a screen printer. Each of their shirts provides 74 minutes of employment for these...

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Ethical Design

Mike is a young man who lives in one of the tougher parts of Minneapolis. He got a job with Youth Enterprise, screen printing shirts. He received job training, but also tutoring, support, and a lot...

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The Difference

  • Job Creation ?
  • Fair Trade ?
  • 100% Organic ?
  • Fashion Forward ?
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