1. When Paul Octavious has a vision you just say yes. Within minutes he created the perfect set for some of the strongest storytellers on Instagram.
A huge thanks to all of these talented people for making our first factory tour a success.

    When Paul Octavious has a vision you just say yes. Within minutes he created the perfect set for some of the strongest storytellers on Instagram.

    A huge thanks to all of these talented people for making our first factory tour a success.

  2. Follow #KnowYourFactories on Instagram as we tour our tee factory today with some of our favorite Instagrammers.

    Follow  on Instagram as we tour our tee factory today with some of our favorite Instagrammers.

  3. Jessica Zollman, also known as “jayzombie,” is a commercial photographer based out of Los Angeles. After serving as the Community Evangelist for Instagram for nearly two years, Jessica decided to shift her career path away from technology in order to pursue her passion for photography full-time. During her tenure at Instagram she was the voice of the community in which she created the Weekend Hashtag Project and helped organize Worldwide InstaMeets.

    We’ve learned a lot from her about the importance of community and we’re very excited to have her on board.

    Follow our adventure on Friday here.

  4. Olivia Lopez, perhaps better known as Lust for Life is a blogger, model, and runs an online vintage shop based in Los Angeles. 

    Originally her blog started as an extension of her love for rock and roll and 1960’s-1970’s counterculture. Since then it’s evolved to focus on her personal style and fashion and she’s garnered the attention of hundreds of thousands of fans. 

    Follow here to check out how she documents our LA factories this week.

  5. Paul Octavious is a Chicago based designer and photographer who’s work we’ve followed for quite some time now.

    In a recent interview with The Great Discontent Paul describes the legacy he hopes to leave: 

    "I want people to see things in a different light, to look at everyday objects in a different way. When people see a book or a hill, I want them to think, “I’ve seen these before, but I’ve never perceived it this way.” 

    Follow along here to see how he captures our Los Angeles facilities this Friday.

  6. Sharon Radisch is a photographer currently based in New York City. She has lived in Paris and has traveled throughout Europe, South America, India, Japan and Hong Kong. However this coming weekend will be her first time on the west coast. We can’t wait to show her around.

    Follow along her adventures with us here.

  7. Ann Kim aka AndyHeart is a designer and fashion blogger residing in Los Angeles. Her effortless style is a perfect match for our aesthetic and we’re lucky to have worked with her on a few projects this past year such as #HowIPack. 

    Follow along here as we journey inside our tee factory and dye house. 

  8. via good.is

    via good.is

  9. We met Grant Legan this year during a trip to Los Angeles and instantly connected over Instagram. He calls Los Angeles home, but he’s an avid traveler. A quick scroll through his feed and you’ll see beautiful places like Santorini, London, South Beach, Montana, and Nashville just to name a few. 

    Follow here as he captures our factory and dye house on Friday.

  10. Over the course of the week we’ll introduce the talented people who will be visiting our tee factory and dye house in Los Angeles.

    Alice Gao is an NYC-based lifestyle and food photographer with a penchant for a good cup of coffee. She’s also one of our earliest supporters and we’re very excited to have her on board.

    Follow along our adventure here on Friday.

  11. We started with a luxury tee and now we produce over 20,000 a month. This week we’re traveling to Los Angeles with our favorite Instagrammers and taking them on an interactive tour through our tee factory and dye house.
Follow #KnowYourFactories on Instagram to see radical transparency in action on July 25th.  

    We started with a luxury tee and now we produce over 20,000 a month. This week we’re traveling to Los Angeles with our favorite Instagrammers and taking them on an interactive tour through our tee factory and dye house.

    Follow #KnowYourFactories on Instagram to see radical transparency in action on July 25th.  

  12. A delicious project for the weekend.

    Get your copy of A Visual Guide to Sushi-Making at Home from Chronicle Books. (via FastCo)

  13. The Langley Fox Tank collection has arrived.

  14. Transparent Pricing: The Langley Drape Tank

    Transparent Pricing: The Langley Drape Tank

  15. While this was a lighthearted joke between two friends we hope that more serious conversations around manufacturing and transparency begin to take place.

    While this was a lighthearted joke between two friends we hope that more serious conversations around manufacturing and transparency begin to take place.