This is a line of clothing I developed for my current employer. Historically, a home goods textile manufacturer, I was challenged with the task of creating a white label line of dye sublimated (roll to roll printed) clothing to integrate into our make-on-demand manufacturing flow. Knowing our limits, capabilities, and possibilities in our unique production facility was key. My other challenge was creating silhouettes and fits that would speak to a broad customer base. I didn't re-invent the wheel here. All of the clothing shown here, Men and Women's t-shirts, leggings, skirts, a dress, and pajamas, were designed to be as accessible as possible. My goal was to give our customers the most surface area possible for their artwork to integrate onto the product. 

Working at School House was a labor of love. SH went out of business in 2014. Everything was Made in America and mostly made right here in North Carolina. Working with licensing agencies to utilize collegiate artwork assets onto screen prints, embroidery, chenille patches, knitted sweaters, tube socks, and jewelry. Not only did I have the opportunity to imagine, design, create, but the small start up company had a team of 4 people. I went to sales meetings, co-built a shopify website, styled photoshoots - It was all hands on deck!

"The Letterman Sweater"

School House collab. Bull Durham 25th anniversary
T-shirts for the Durham Bulls Ballpark!

"The College Sweater"
Made at Mitts-Knits in Durham, NC!

"The Oxford Shirt Dress"
Made in the historic Garland Brooks Brothers shirt factory in Garland, NC!

"A Class Act: Shawl Collar Cardigan"