'Grown and sewn in the US': It's getting easier to buy completely American-made clothing and home goods

While some high-end companies like Brooks Brothers have always made clothing in the U.S., it's been difficult to buy American-made casual clothing because of the textile industry consolidation in recent decades, as several mills closed. But the industry didn't die completely, and now there's a renaissance of startup labels selling U.S.-made products – both clothing and home goods – where the focus is on high-quality U.S. craftsmanship priced competitively with imports.


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$30,000 sneakers? As demand grows for coveted shoes, so do prices

People will pay thousands of dollars for sold-out sneakers, and entrepreneurs are turning the once-underground resale market into big business.