We are so happy to say that were featured on Seattle Gay News for being a LGBTQ small business! Seattle Gay News is one of the largest newspapers in the world catering to the LGBTQ community. The article says:
"If trendy Pride wear is what you're looking for but you're also environmentally conscious, then check out Not Sorry Goods [notsorrygoods.com]. Based in Detroit, this is a Black- and Latinx-owned business with a focus on sustainability. It offers a variety of Pride products made out of recycled materials, a cute black denim jacket with rainbow cursive writing on the back advocating for recycling, and perhaps best of all, a long-sleeved black crop top with the words "Queer Not Sorry" embroidered above the heart. The items at Not Sorry Goods are a bit more spendy than those at other online and local stores, but they're worth it for the good quality and recycled materials."
Thanks Lindsey Anderson for including us!Check out our Pride Collection here.
Join BeKind Detroit for an evening of sustainable empowerment, sustainable shopping, and a showing of the short film Catwalk to Creation: a series of short films following the journey of garments. Filmmakers Charney Magri, and Ramzi Moutran look at the impact of fashion and hear from those who are working for a different kind of fashion industry.
What: BeKind Detroit X Fashion Revolution Week
When: April 23 @ 5PM
Where: The Rust Belt Market in Ferndale
Why: Fashion Revolution Week is the time when we come together as a global community to create a better fashion industry. It centres around the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed 1,138 people and injured many more on 24 April 2013.
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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."