Our relationship to work has changed radically. We no longer stay in the office for the same 9-to-5 days. We’re always on, connected and moving with purpose, from the post-workout commute, to the big work presentation, to happy hour with friends, to evening hours for a side project. Yet wear-to-work clothing hasn’t evolved to keep up with these changes.
Since 2012 Ministry of Supply — an apparel company using technology and design to create purposeful, modern, wear-to-work basics — has been focused on solving modern apparel’s biggest pain-points for menswear. Today, after nearly two years of R&D, the company is democratizing their vision for better clothing for daily life by expanding into womenswear. Along with introducing womenswear, the company has also rebranded as Ministry to better reflect the brand’s vision for clear, concise simplicity in the full line of clothing.
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