Everyone! This is Paul. Our resident renewable energy seamster artist. We met up with him at the Philly Folk Festival, when he impressed us with his 1920’s ukulele/banjo skills. What was even more impressive was that he runs his portable sewing machine off of solar power and bike power. Paul is a sewing artist who […]
While working on a design for the Sustainable Living Roadshow and the Right2Know March, a friend’s post regarding the failure of Columbia University’s sexual assault policy melded this design into a new being. Stay tuned to Feminism is for Lovers for the organic uprising that will follow.
A week or so back Robyn, the PROGRESS Labeler who mans the booth at the Oshkosh Farmer’s Market, got a visit from the gentleman who runs the market. He had come to investigate a report of our “hateful” apparel and ask us to remove it. He didn’t find anything (as he had suspected). The closest […]
UPDATE: We’ve hired an intern. Thank you to everyone who applied! —– PROGRESS Label clothing has a kickass opportunity for a young progressive student or recent graduate to travel the East Coast and live like a rockstar. The Sustainable Living Roadshow has invited PROGRESS to join the SLR and run and manage their Green […]
We had new shelves built and installed to get the PROGRESS inventory organized – it looks much less like a bad orphanage with the shirts on the shelves and BONUS it smells like pine. -jaime