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I can't think a better way to celebrate Independence Day than by supporting a local business and a brand that still creates all their products in the USA. For the first time ever, Portland Dry Goods is carrying off-the-rack styles from Lewiston-based Rancourt Shoe Company. Read on
Nick Sarro first started designing t-shirts in high school. Fast forward a few years and he and his brother are the founders of Maine Street Clothing, a line that creates 207-inspired designs that are made in the USA and screen-printed in Ellsworth, Maine. Come check it out! Read on
If you're headed to Freeport this weekend to indulge in a little retail therapy, make sure you swing by Jill McGowan (56 Main Street) on Saturday for their "Toast Your Girlfriends" event from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Bonus: Jill herself will be there, so it's the perfect chance to ask for some styling help directly from the designer. Read on
Our very own Portland-based Sea Bags, the original recycled sail purveyors, have collaborated with Woolrich to create a limited-edition line of totes, dopp kits and iPad cases. The bags are crafted from a combination of wool exteriors lined in sails or sailcloth lined in wool. Read on