What did you launch?
I launched the Mamachic Scarf — it’s a “do-it-all” garment that can be worn in over 20 ways, and serves as a super easy nursing cover, burp cloth and swaddle blanket. It’s made of incredibly soft rayon from renewable bamboo fibers, and manufactured ethically in small runs at a worker-owned cooperative in North Carolina.
I’ve also partnered with other vendors (label maker, printers, fulfillment house) that lie within 80 miles of my factory in order to leave the smallest carbon footprint possible. I’ve met with my fabric supplier up in British Columbia, and he personally audits his Chinese mills many times a year to ensure they are complying with fair labor treatment as well as taking care of the environment around them (i.e. the grey water from the spinning process is filtered, then reused in local agriculture).