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Save the Garment Center’s Mission is to promote, preserve, and save New York City as the world’s fashion capital.

HEUCY Behind the Seams: Made in NYC

HEUCY and Save the Garment Center present “HEUCY Behind the Seams: Made in NYC.”
Emerging brands like HEUCY choose to manufacture in New York City because they are able to work closely and collaboratively with their factory to create beautiful, high-quality garments. The video follows HEUCY for a behind the scenes look at the design and production process and to show what it means to be Made in NYC.

STGC supporter Nanette Lepore personally thanks Elie Tahari for his generous contribution. Read More
  • Our Story
    Discover why preserving the Garment Center matters to the 7,100 factory workers employed there and also why it should matter to you.
  • The HBO Doc
    Go behind the scenes and listen firsthand to why the designers, manufacturers, and suppliers need to save the Garment Center.
  • Supporters
    Learn how celebrated designers, such as Yeohlee Teng, Nanette Lepore and Anna Sui, are saving the Garment Center.

The 7,100 New Yorkers employed in the District’s garment factories contribute an estimated $2 billion annually to the City’s economy, and provide essential support to the entrepreneurs and innovators who launch fashion startups and create each season’s newest styles.