A FACTORY IN BROOKLYN

This is the second short film in our series that focuses on American made goods and the manufacturing industry in America. We visited the Martin Greenfield factory in Brooklyn, one of the last remaining producers of handmade, beautifully tailored clothing. The final thought by Mr. Greenfield sums up his simple and honest approach to business – that after putting on one of his garments, the first thing that your friend will ask is: “where’d you get the stupid suit?” – perhaps my favorite quote in the piece and why we ended with it. Shot and edited by director Matthew Edginton.

INDEPENDENT RETAIL

I’m very proud to be adding a small film section to Style Ledger today. The first segment takes an in-depth look at one of my favorite stores in the country, Modern Anthology, in Brooklyn. The owners John Marsala and Becka Citron have done a terrific job creating a very unique and smartly edited collection that successfully blends classic vintage pieces with newer items. Their talent and vision is immediately clear upon entering the store. I hope you enjoy the piece, I’ll be putting up a second follow up film, A Factory in Brooklyn, later in the week. Both were shot in partnership with talented director Matthew Edginton.

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