"T-shirt” and words like "community" and "sustainability" don’t often come up in the same sentence. But NYC-based Loomstate have always put materials, the farmers, and the planet first in the construction of every piece of apparel they produce. The original vision was all about creating the first "transparently produced t-shirt" with all organic cotton. This fall nothing has changed—there's just more. Tapered joggers in French terry, simple yet detailed hoodies, and a perfect-fitting selvage chambray. These are the kinds of fall classics that are flexible enough for a weekend out on the Catskill Mountains in our hometown of Woodstock, New York, or out at a watering hole here in Brooklyn. Loomstate: upstate or downstate, take your pick. 

For a fiber that you plant every year to be sustainable (deliverable year after year), the whole system of influences that allow that fiber to be planted, picked, and tended needs to be maintained. Quality is defined by more than how long your t-shirt lasts. It's about the health of the farmer growing the cotton, the health of their community and all the communities that contribute to making the shirt.
Rogan Gregory & Scott Hahn

Process & Materials

Responsible design

Here’s how this product leaves a lighter footprint

  • Gives Back
  • Low Impact Process