American menswear brand Alex Mill has introduced new Simple Tees that are made in Los Angeles, a first for the brand. The tees are made with 100 percent cotton jersey and are pigment-dyed with enzyme for a super soft hand feel.
“Recently we’ve started moving some of our production to LA,” says Alex Drexler, founder of Alex Mill. “I love working in LA and it’s great to visit the factories regularly. In particular, we’ve started doing these amazing pigment dyed tees in LA with a great factory. The pigment dye produces this great washed color that fades over time which I love!”
This is just the first category of the brand to move production to the States. For Fall 2016, Alex Mill is moving a portion of their production from overseas to LA, including blazers, thermals, sweatshirts and woven shirts. The brand is expecting to move even more of the production to LA in upcoming seasons.
The new tees can be found at Alex Mill stockists such as Barneys, Wilkes Bashford, American Rag, Unionmade and online at AlexMill.com.