Who made your clothes and where did they come from?

BRANDT-SORENSON made-to-measure is proud to offer world-class sustainability with quality long lasting sportswear. Every garment is made-to-order in our Los Angeles atelier and shipped directly to the athlete. Our apparel model eliminates excessive sizing production, fabric waste and global shipping steps between supply chains.

Clients can minimize their environmental footprint by investing in BRANDT-SORENSON sportswear.


We verify that absolutely zero forced labor, human trafficking or indentured servitude occurs in the construction of our clothing.

Zero. It is estimated that 95% of apparel workers live in poverty and the industry is one of the largest polluters, globally. Forced labor, human trafficking, and indentured servitude is a reality in most global supply chains. 


BRANDT-SORENSON is a true boutique indie brand, and we believe that our made-to-measure model is the future for the global apparel industry.

Standardized sizing is a myth of industrial manufacturing. It seeks to average fit to the lowest common denominator into five sizing blocks wearable by the most amount of people, yet fitting no one person. Look around, do you see only five shapes of people? Poor fit is the backbone of the throwaway fast fashion culture, made acceptable by low costs, perpetual clearance sales from fake retail pricing, and endless shipping exchanges. BRANDT-SORENSON is leading a new path forward.


We use the following types of fabrics: 

Milled in the USA, existing remnants and mill seconds and virgin nylon fibers. We use cellulose fibers such as viscose, rayon of bamboo, modal and natural fibers like wool, cashmere, silk and linen. We purchase locally whenever possible, and utilize cutting table scraps called off cuts. Off cuts are small pieces of scrap from pattern cutting, whereas remnant fabrics are small rolls of fabric leftover from corporate fashion mass production runs. 

BRANDT-SORENSON now avoids recycled polyester as it removes plastic bottles from the circular economy.

Fabric cannot yet be recycled at scale and recycled polyester does not remove plastic from our oceans. Magic fabric sustainability gimmicks will never make clothing "sustainable". Recycled polyester is also a very cheap fabric, easily 10-100 times less costly than natural fibers, which can enable wasteful overproduction and overconsumption. New research shows that recycled polyester harbors rapid odorous bacterial growth which can disrupt our natural skin microbiome. BRANDT-SORENSON now avoids synthetic anti-bacterial treated fabrics.


Fit, quality, and durability are the key components of a sustainable garment.

A single, well made piece can take the place of a dozen fast fashion garments, which often are discarded prematurely into landfills. The greatest social and environmental impact BRANDT-SORENSON can make is through quality. There are no magic sewing robots, and clothing is labor intensive. The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports that fast fashion generates 15 Great Pyramid sized mounds of clothing trash for landfills and oceans yearly. Americans on average discard approximately 80 lbs. of clothing into landfills prematurely each year due to poor fit, quality or changing trends.


BRANDT-SORENSON is proud to support the following non-profit organizations: