Seersucker is made by applying un-even tension during the weaving process of yarns going down the length or warp of the fabric. Different colored yarns were used to signify the high-tension and low-tension yarns, resulting in its signature striped aesthetic, and rippled texture.
At Ministry of Supply - we like to pay homage to inventors and designers that inspire us and our products. But today, on April 4th - we'd like to honor one of our very own - and the inventor of our Atlas Sock and Tees!
Founded in 1962, MIT’s Human Systems Laboratory conducts a wide range of research focused on improving environments and equipment for Human Spaceflight.
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As an entrepreneur who started on Kickstarter and has expanded to running a software startup, Tivan Amour is brimming with ideas and energy. His daily hustle involves selling, solving problems, failing, and trying again. And when he’s not hard at work, he’s in the ocean kiteboarding.
Part scientist, part punk rocker, Dan Safer explores the possibilities of human movement through “full impact” dance.
Kaity Cimo and Katharine ReQua believe in supporting emerging businesses, including their own. As co-founders of retail incubator For Now, they work with up-and-coming brands to solve the traditional problems facing retailers such as high rents, screen time, and scrolling.