Together we can work together to create systemic change within the apparel industry. Learn more about how we give back to our community below.
Fight to end Sweatshop labor
BOMME STUDIO is committed to ethical labor and sustainable business practices within the garment industry. Our founder, Bo Metz, co-sponsored a bill in the State of California with Senator Maria Elena Durazo (D) and to end piece-rate labor for garment workers and create upstream corporate responsibility within the supply chain. Piece-rate labor is often code language for sweatshop business practices. The average garment worker existing on piece-rate wages in Los Angeles can sometimes only make about $150.00 a week. BOMME STUDIO co-sponsored, championed and passed legislation to end this.
Reducing our environmental impact
BOMME STUDIO is located in the center of the garment district and all of our domestic partner mills are located within a 10 mile radius of our location. Sourcing and working locally here in the Los Angeles Fashion District is not only an efficient use of carbon and energy but also supports one of the last and largest strongholds of garment manufacturing in the USA.
Additionally, BOMME STUDIO donates 1% of all digital sales to carbon offset programs worldwide to help combat climate change. Learn more about our impact and parternship with .