We’ve received several dispatches from the campaign trail, where Tuckerman shirts have been making a few noteworthy appearances.
It's been a busy few weeks here at Tuckerman headquarters but that hasn't stopped us from having a little fun. In fact, we recently had the chance to chat with design guru Michael Bierut.
Team Tuckerman is thrilled to announce an exciting piece of news: Tuckerman was recently certified as a card-carrying "B-Corp", a business which embraces social and environmental responsibility as a core part of its mission. We’re thrilled to join the party of over 1,400 Certified B Corporations!
Our third and final installation of historical gifts is close to home for the Tuckerman & Co. family. In fact, the gift was so momentous that the trustees commemorated it by naming the University after Elihu Yale.
Our second story of historical gifts is the Statue of Liberty, gifted by France in 1886 to the U.S., a gift which took two decades to realize.
The holiday season has inspired us to reflect on some of our favorite gifts throughout history, and wanted to share with you a few great stories of gifts of yesteryear.
This Thanksgiving, we wanted to send along a quick word of thanks to our partners who help make Tuckerman happen.
Italy is a land of spectacular food, history, and romance - yet for us it was also a place with a singular devotion to design and process.
If the magic of the dye house was dictated by vats, beakers, and spectrometers, the production of the fabric itself -- the warp and weft -- was a concerto of large, sprawling machinery.
Dying cotton for fine fabrics has a beguilingly simple goal: consistency and uniformity. But the process for achieving it is anything but.