Anvil Knitwear

Vivienne Westwood and Anvil Knitwear Collaborate on Sustainable T-shirt to Stop Deforestation
January 6, 2010

Anvil Knitwear Inc., N.Y., recently announced it is partnering with British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood to create a sustainable T-shirt to help raise awareness about deforestation of South America's rainforests.
Deforestation is responsible for approximately 20 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, more than all the world's cars and trucks combined. Despite the rainforest's great value to the environment—absorbing carbon, purifying water and playing home to millions of species—deforestation continues.

Oeko-Tex Issues 10,000th Certificate of 2009 to Anvil Knitwear
December 16, 2009

"Oeko-Tex certification is an important part of our overall product safety and integrity strategy," said Anthony Corsano, chief executive officer of Anvil Knitwear, New York. "By making sure our products do not contain harmful substances, we are demonstrating our commitment to our consumers, our customers, our workforce and the communities in which we live and work. We are honored to accept the 10,000th Oeko-Tex certificate on behalf of all the people who interact with our products."

Anvil Knitwear Launches trackmyt.com
December 2, 2009

Anvil Knitwear Inc., New York, announced the launch of trackmyt.com, a groundbreaking, interactive Web site that chronicles and brings to life the complete journey and environmental impact of a T-shirt, from cotton seed to consumer. The site, which specifically tracks T-shirts for youth ages two to 12, allows users to explore cotton farms, a gin and spinners, as well as Anvil's textile mill, cut and sew plants, and distribution facility—all by inputting a unique tracking number printed on their very own shirt

The Future of Looking Good
December 1, 2009

New styles? Again? Didn't we just go through this last year? Well, yes, but keeping up on this stuff is important, we promise. True, you may be able to get by on selling the basics season after season, but playing it safe has its risks. For one, the longer you neglect keeping up on style…

Anvil Knitwear Named Official T-shirt Supplier of Farm Aid 2009
October 8, 2009

New York-based Anvil Knitwear announced it will be a sponsor and the official T-shirt supplier of Farm Aid 2009, presented by Horizon Organic in St. Louis on October 4 at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater. Farm Aid is a nonprofit organization that has raised nearly $36 million to promote a strong and resilient family farm system of agriculture.

Anvil Knitwear is Launching More Sustainable Lines (thedailygreen.com)
October 8, 2009

“You may not immediately recognize the brand Anvil (no they don't supply Wile E. Coyote), although if you check the tags on your T-shirts chances are good that you own several, most likely emblazoned with designs by another party. That's because Anvil Knitwear is one of the biggest makers of T-shirts. So there's big potential for scale when it comes to going greener.”

Click here to read the entire story from thedailygreen.com.

TSC Apparel Announces Winners in the "The Wildcard Advantage' Promotion
July 16, 2009

TSC Apparel, Cincinnati, Ohio, is excited to announce the winners from April, May and June of their 2009 promotion, The Wildcard Advantage. This year, TSC Apparel, along with mill sponsors Anvil Knitwear and Gildan, will send 10 winners and their guests on a trip to the January 2010 PPAI Las Vegas show. Customers are entered into the contest each time they purchase that month's featured wild-card items.

Sweating the Details
July 14, 2009

WHITE LINED PAPER. Vanilla ice cream. Bottled water. Sure, these things are plain, but that doesn’t make them any less great. There are tons of things in life that are beloved by many that are as simple as a good BLT or scrambled egg. Ask the cook who perfectly scrambled that egg, too, and he or she will surely tell you that a ton of thought, planning and skill were required to get that egg exactly right.