Stormy Kromer – Over the past century, the classic Stormy Kromer trapper hat has established itself not only as a reliable winter hat, but a part of American folklore and pop culture. The fact that all the hats are still made in Ironwood, Michigan -- supporting the local labor force -- contributes to its status as a symbol of the American dream, Stormy Kromer CEO Bob Jacquart said.
Pierrepont Hicks – Pierrepont Hicks began as a way for Katherine McMillan to bring in extra income when she was pregnant. Now, it's a full-time labor of love backed by a commitment to manufacturing in the U.S. The name is synonymous with simple yet elegant ties and bowties.
All American Clothing – All American Clothing makes jeans, shirts and accessories for men and women ranging from $20 to $70. It uses denim from Plains Cotton Cooperative Association, a collective of nearly 10,000 American farmers.
Steven Alan – Steven Alan might be best known for his signature reverse seam shirt but his collections also include dresses and skirts made in America. The Steven Alan Showroom represents 20 designers of clothing, handbags and other accessories.
Left Field – Left Fields' commitment to American manufacturing is etched into each pair of its jeans and chinos, which bear an exterior label that says "Still Made in the USA." Tags inside sweatshirts like this one proudly declare its origin in big letters: NEW YORK CITY.
Hanky Panky – Hanky Panky has been manufacturing lingerie in the United States since its inception 1977. While many apparel designers source materials abroad, 100% of the fabrics and trims used to make Hanky Panky's Signature Lace thongs and panties are knitted in the United States.