“Made In America” is becoming cool again. You might need to pay a fraction more but as NY Times explains the embrace of domestic goods has also moved beyond scruffy D.J. types in Brooklyn who plunk down $275 for a pair of hand-sewn dungarees sewn from Cone denim from the company’s White Oak plant in North Carolina. The adherents now include “urban creatives, high-net-worth individuals, locavores, liberals, conservatives.” In other words, Americana chic has gone mainstream.
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