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      Not Sorry Goods featured in the Detroit Free Press

      Not Sorry Goods featured in the Detroit Free Press

      We're so excited to share that we had the opportunity to sit down and chat with the Detroit Free Press about our new store in Ferndale! 

      Chanel Stitt wrote: "The sewing machines are constantly running at Not Sorry Goods in Ferndale, where you can purchase apparel and accessories customized just for you. Textile reconstruction, patchwork and stitching are a few services this store offers, in addition to hosting at least 12 other local brands and artists in the retail space. Store owners Dy-min Johnson, 30, of Detroit, and Jess Minnick, 31, of Ferndale, said inclusion-focused and unique stores like this should exist in the community."

      Thank you Chanel & Mandi for visiting and sharing our story. Check out the rest of the article here.

      Interview w/ Artist India Solomon - Pt I

      Interview w/ Artist India Solomon - Pt I

       

      Check out Part I of our interview with multi-talented artist India Solomon and our co-founder Dy-Min Johnson below. 

      We commissioned India Solomon to create a mural in our new store and with her help we were able to create an inviting, fluid space. 

      Watch to learn more about her and the inspiration behind her art!

      Not Sorry Goods was featured on Hip in Det!

      Not Sorry Goods was featured on Hip in Det!

      We're so grateful we got the opportunity to sit down with Sadie Quagliotto from Hip in Detroit! Hip in Detroit is a positive space that features the people, places, and things that make the City of Detroit and the surrounding suburbs special. Sadie wrote:

      "Clothing and culture are changing. Fast fashion is finally being called out for the waste creating, capitalistic money grabber that it is and people across the board are being called out on their bullshit. Post pandemic, no one is willing to waste a second thinking about what anyone else says about who they are, who they choose to love, what sex they identify as, what size body they are occupying, or how they choose to dress it, and no brand captures this sentiment better than Metro Detroit's Not Sorry Goods."

       Check out the rest of the article here. 

      Playground Detroit features 20 Black Creatives to $upport for Juneteenth

      Playground Detroit features 20 Black Creatives to $upport for Juneteenth
      We're super excited that our Co-founder Dy-Min Johnson was listed alongside 19 other amazing black creatives in Playground Detroit's latest article: "20 BLACK DETROIT CREATIVES TO FOLLOW AND $UPPORT TO HONOR JUNETEENTH" 

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      Happy Juneteenth!

      Happy Juneteenth!

      "What is Juneteenth?"

      Juneteenth is a national holiday celebrating the abolishment of slavery. It originated in Galveston, Texas in 1865 on June 19th. Federal troops arrived and declared that all slaves be freed. This happened nearly three years later after the Emancipation Proclamation had been signed. Throughout this process the export of slaves from Africa to the United States ended.

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