CALLING ON HOME SEWERS TO HELP HEALTHCARE WORKERS FIGHTING COVID-19
The lack of proper masks, gowns, and eyewear equipment is making it difficult for health workers to do their work fighting the novel coronavirus. In a recent New York Times article, medical workers said they were worried about how they can both fight the coronavirus without imperiling themselves, as well as their loved ones when they go back home.
If you are a home sewer, please consider helping my joining Hickey Freman Technical Vice President Jeffery Diduch in his effort to produce and deliver homemade gowns and masks to medical professionals in the greater Rochester, New York Area. Read about how you can help here
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Aaron, hope you are doing well amidst the craziness in NYC, my sister on the LES said that every day these days looks like 4pm on thanksgiving dayHello everybody!
Aaron here, writing from New York City.
Now that we are in this strange, unprecedented time, I want to tell you how we're doing, what we can do for you and what we can't.
First, all members of the KW team are well. We live in many places across North America and Europe, so we are working a great distance apart from each other already.
The New York shop has been closed for over a week. This makes me sad, because I like seeing you, but the shop will be shut for as long as the government directs.
Otherwise, we are open for business. We remain at work and at your service. Our small warehouse in Texas is still shipping out orders and, more remarkably, our makers in most countries are still making. Over in China, where our suits are tailored, they are seeing the downward slope of the pandemic, and production & shipping proceed on schedule.
This season we have a larger than ever range of fabrics and options I will be showcasing in this thread, starting tomorrow.
For now, I would just like to remind you of some of our offerings to make our current home-focused life more enjoyable. For example:
cozy wool cardigans and cashmere V necks
classic minimal-style sneakers
and of course
our essential polos and rugbys
Check back tomorrow for more about the new MTM fabric offering.
And stay well.
Both!Aaron, hope you are doing well amidst the craziness in NYC, my sister on the LES said that every day these days looks like 4pm on thanksgiving day
on a brighter note, I'm excited to see what fabrics you guys are offering this season - is it a wider range from the same producers or additional merchants/mills being brought into the portfolio
Someone sell this man some socks to go with his fancy new shoes.
||TRE1258 charcoal twill|
||TRE1257 grey twill|
||TRE1256 navy twill|
||TRE1255 black twill|
||TRE1254 d.grey twill|
||TRE1253 khaki twill|
||TRE1621 mid blue micro hopsack stretch|
||TRE1620 aegean blue macro hopsack stretch|
||TRE1618 newport blue hopsack stretch|
||TRE1617 navy ground/abstract houndstooth stretch|
||TRE1679 navy flannel stretch|
||TRE1678 grey flannel stretch|
||TRE2058 indigo blue plaid w royal deco|
||TRE2057 dark blue plaid w royal deco|
||TRE2059 grey plaid w sky deco|
||TRE2056 navy plaid w grey deco|
||TRE2055 grey plaid w sky blue & grey deco|
||TRE2029 steel blue windowpane|
||TRE2028 tan windowpane|
||TRE2027 deep blue solid|
||TRE2026 navy solid|
||TRE2025 black solid|
||TRE2024 dark grey solid|
||TRE2023 med grey solid|