Molly Bloom fabrics are produced in mills around the world. Our first production run is cut from undyed 100% Cotton Herringbone from Cervotessile Spa with BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) Certified cotton. Cervotessile was founded in Northern Italy as a family business in 1915. In 2018, they were certified in environmentally friendly practices. 

The now ubiquitous herringbone pattern is derived from the manner in which Roman bricks were laid and the name comes from its resemblance to the skeleton of a herring fish. Also known as broken twill weave, it was used in fatigue uniforms during and after World War II. 


Our custom Molly Bloom hardware is produced in Hong Kong at REVGRP, a vertical manufacturer of trims. Each plated, matte black piece is fabricated using a debossing or embossing process. The small “locker loop” label featured on the back of each garment was inspired by a vintage military sign found in Nashville, TN. 


All packaging is sourced in the USA.The notecards and fully-recyclable logo box are printed and fabricated out of partly-recycled content by Packlane. Each garment is flat-packed in a plant-based biodegradable bag sourced in the USA from A-Pak manufacturing. The newspaper is printed by Newspaper Club and is free of solvents, volatile organic compounds, and can be completely recycled to create new newsprint.