Many often complain about the migration of American manufacturing jobs to cheap overseas markets, especially within the garment industry, which has nearly vanished since the 1960s. Yet America is still home to many longstanding companies who are still very much in place today, providing the world with quality goods at affordable pricing. The online creative design editorial, Style Ledger, takes a look at this economic shift, specifically with the help of Martin Greenfield’s legendary tailor factory Brooklyn. A must-watch for any aspiring designer or creative manufacturer, Greenfield discusses both the past, present and future of the garment-producing industry, as well as providing a look into his daily operations and what is required to make the best clothing possible. With plenty of helpful tips present in this short five-minute piece, the most profound – “Quality with intrinsic value will always keep you in business” – will echo in our minds for years to come.