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      SEEN Magazine features Not Sorry Goods

      SEEN Magazine features Not Sorry Goods

      We're so grateful to be featured in SEEN Magainze's article - Sustainable Style: More Than Just a Trend! Claire Manor wrote:

      "Like its name suggests, Not Sorry Goods is all about looking, feeling and doing good — no apologies necessary. With a passion for sustainable fashion, co-founders Dy-Min Johnson and Jessica Minnick center their brand around upcycled and vintage items. They also avoid excess inventory with made-to-order pieces, use recycled-material packaging, and carry eco-friendly local brands."

      Check out the rest of the article here

      A Sip of Fashion in Detroit with Jack Daniels

      A Sip of Fashion in Detroit with Jack Daniels

      We had the pleasure of being featured in Jack Daniels The Flavors of Two Cities: A toast to to Music, Fashion, and Art Campaign 🥳 🥳 🥳


      "Jack Honey, Jack Apple, and Jack Fire present The Flavors of Two Cities: A Toast to Music, Fashion and Art celebrating the contributions of multicultural creatives from Detroit and St.Louis. In a series of three short videos, we get a taste of each city’s artistic culture by capturing stories of local creatives making their mark. 

      To commemorate Fashion and Art, we produced a customized limited edition Jack Flavors jacket. Not Sorry Goods worked hand and hand with Detroit based artist, Desiree Kelly and St. Louis based artist, Jayvn Solomon to create designs that represent the flavors of their city and the Jack Flavors. Enter to win one of the unisex jackets & learn more here."

      Not Sorry Apparel featured in SEEN Magazine's Top 100

      Not Sorry Apparel featured in SEEN Magazine's Top 100

      From skincare to apparel to jewelry and beyond, check out 100 Michigan-made (or designed) products we love. Get ready to shop local…right from your couch!

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      A Letter from the Founders

      A Letter from the Founders
      Founders Dy-Min Johnson and Jessica Minnick discuss the roll out of Not Sorry Goods, what it means for the company and their continued commitment to creating an inclusive, sustainable future.

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      Not Sorry Goods Donates $500 as a Youth Sponsor to Detroit Phoenix Center

      Not Sorry Goods Donates $500 as a Youth Sponsor to Detroit Phoenix Center

      Covid-19 has affected all of us in profound, life-changing ways, yet the most vulnerable in our community have had the most difficult hardships through this pandemic. During these unprecedented times, families and youth especially, are facing extraordinary crises. Many of our youth have nowhere else to turn during this time, especially with schools being closed (a fundamental resource for homeless youth).

      The statistics on youth homelessness in Detroit are heart-breaking:

      • 1 in 5 youth experiencing homelessness in Detroit are victims of human trafficking
      • Each year, an estimated 4.2 million youth and young adults experience homelessness
      • On any given night, approximately 41,000 unaccompanied youth experience homelessness
      • Black and brown youth are 83% more likely to experience homelessness compared to their white peers
      • Youth experiencing homelessness are at a higher risk of COVID-19 exposure, mental health challenges, educational disparities, and entering the juvenile justice system

      Not Sorry Goods is proud to donate $500 as a youth sponsor to Detroit Phoenix Center, a nonprofit organization that responds to the needs of underserved and street-connected youth in Detroit. They support young people, ages 13-24, through direct services including a daily drop-in center for young adults (showers, washer/dryer, food pantry, computer lab, day beds, hygiene products, life skills classes etc.), after school enrichment programs for teens, a
      youth action board, emergency crisis housing and a scholarship fund. They also works diligently for systemic change and contribute to the growing movement to end youth homelessness.

       As the devastating impact of COVID-19 continues to be realized, youth experiencing homelessness are incredibly vulnerable. DPC services are needed now more than ever before. Not Sorry Goods is proud to support Detroit Phoenix Center to ensure that vulnerable and homeless youth have access to critical resources, support, and a safe, nurturing environment.

      This organization has made a huge impact this year, including highlights such as:

      • Distributed over 5,000 care packages of essential goods and services to youth and families who would have otherwise gone without
      • In the past 12 months, they have assisted 20 young adults to maintain permanent supportive housing
      • In the past 6 months, they have provided over 50 emergency shelter hotel vouchers to youth who did not have a warm place to sleep at night
      • They have provided 350+ hours of virtual programming (cooking classes, mental health support, homework helpline, financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and more)to youth in the community

      If you believe in this cause and would like to support, you can donate directly to Detroit Phoenix Center here.