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