Fashion Designer Tracy Reese Returns to Detroit to Recreate Her Brand

Tracy Reese, whose clients include Michelle Obama, returned to her hometown to reimagine her approach to making clothes, from top to bottom.

This article is part of a series examining Responsible Fashion, and innovative efforts to address issues facing the fashion industry.

DETROIT — When Tracy Reese introduced her sustainable fashion brand, Hope for Flowers, in 2019, she knew she had to do things differently. Previously, for her now-shuttered namesake line, she would release no fewer than 10 collections in an average year — not including Plenty, her capsule collection, and other project developments. That meant a total of about 30 collections to produce each year.

These days, Hope for Flowers releases

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