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Congratulations to new round of Brooklyn-Made Certified products, approved on January 29, 2018. Fine & Raw Chocolate, The Noble Experiment, Pecoraro Cheese , Daniell Hudson, Moto Spirits Distillary , Lineup Brewing, Poursteady, Meraki NYC, Armada New York, Ming's Monsters, Katherine Forst Mosaics, Five Boroughs Brewing Co., AUZ Design Studio, Richard Clarkson Studio, Randolph Beer DUMBO, OneDTQ, Sam's Granola, Lowercase, Luke Malaney Furniture, Home Interiors by KBalkarran. Managed by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Brooklyn-Made is a certification program for locally-made goods. The certification is a market-driven, geographically-focused certification assessing and validating products manufactured in Brooklyn, NY.
Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator
Bedford-Stuyvesant clothing and accessories
The BF+DA is a new initiative launched by Pratt Institute that provides designers with the resources they need to transform their ideas into successful businesses. With over $2,000,000 in initial funding pledged by Pratt Institute, the State of New York, New York City, and the borough of Brooklyn, the BF+DA brings high-potential fashion designers, industrial designers and technologists together under one roof. Located between Bed-Stuy and South Williamsburg, the BF+DA provides over 21,000 square feet of 21st century production and work space where NYC designers/makers grow their start-ups into viable businesses, integrating local manufacturing and an ethical supply chain into their bottom line. The BF+DA is a hub for ethical fashion and design. The BF+DA provides its Venture Fellows and Members access to on-site business mentor-ship, small-run apparel production, no minimum knitting services, digital fabrication services, showroom space and retail sites. The BF+DA offers sustainable strategies consulting, materials sourcing and links to existing NYC manufacturers. The BF+DA Research Fellows explore production, materiality and wearable technology, connecting technology to a 21st century vision that seeks to redefine the fashion industry. The BF+DA provides educational programs and hosts inspiring and provocative events. The BF+DA coordinates sponsored industry projects and strategic partnerships that will ensure the success of our vision. Guest Capacity: Seated 150 & Standing 250 Square Footage 3,000
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Lineup Brewery

Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator

The BF+DA is a new initiative launched by Pratt Institute that provides designers with the resources they need to transform their ideas into successful businesses. With over $2,000,000 in initial funding pledged by Pratt Institute, the State of New York, New York City, and the borough of Brooklyn, the BF+DA brings high-potential fashion designers, industrial designers and technologists together under one roof. Located between Bed-Stuy and South Williamsburg, the BF+DA provides over 21,000 square feet of 21st century production and work space where NYC designers/makers grow their start-ups into viable businesses, integrating local manufacturing and an ethical supply chain into their bottom line. The BF+DA is a hub for ethical fashion and design. The BF+DA provides its Venture Fellows and Members access to on-site business mentor-ship, small-run apparel production, no minimum knitting services, digital fabrication services, showroom space and retail sites. The BF+DA offers sustainable strategies consulting, materials sourcing and links to existing NYC manufacturers. The BF+DA Research Fellows explore production, materiality and wearable technology, connecting technology to a 21st century vision that seeks to redefine the fashion industry. The BF+DA provides educational programs and hosts inspiring and provocative events. The BF+DA coordinates sponsored industry projects and strategic partnerships that will ensure the success of our vision. Guest Capacity: Seated 150 & Standing 250 Square Footage 3,000

112 Glass House Studio

112 Glass House Studio works with businesses, homeowners, designers, decorators, and public institutions to throw a splash of style into everyday life. In addition to our 112 Glass House exclusive pattern lines, we will work with you to bring your concept to life. We pride ourselves with exceptional craftsmanship, innovative ideas and hands-on customer service. Sam Art is an artist and designer who resides in Brooklyn, NY. I first began working with glass in 2001. Having interned with a production glass blower, I decided to further my interests in the medium and studied at Rhode Island School of Design. After University, I began designing and manufacturing glass mosaic tile.. and never looked back! My attention to detail and meticulous craftsmanship shows in the mosaic tile designs. Aside from using my hands to craft tile, these hands also dabble in music making, cooking and tree climbing.

Refoundry

Refoundry is an innovative new not-for-profit that trains formerly incarcerated people to repurpose discarded materials into home furnishings and incubates participants into their own businesses. Refoundry is dedicated to reducing our nation’s prison population of 2.2 million and the 75% recidivism rate by establishing a cost-efficient and scalable model that can empower those most affected by our broken criminal justice system to transform their lives and their communities. Our model is built upon co-founder Cisco Pinedo’s success in incubating former employees into seven businesses that now provide jobs to more than 150 people from the impoverished South Central Los Angeles community.

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