Anthony Lilore and Erica Wolf, Save the Garment Center

 
Anthony Lilore and Erica Wolf, Save the Garment CenterAnthony Lilore is the cofounder of Restore Clothing and one of the founding board members of Save the Garment Center. Anthony holds a B.F.A. in fashion design from the Parsons The New School of Design as well as a B.A. in psychology and art history from Villanova University. He has worked in a design and technical capacity for the internationally recognized fashion houses of Bill Blass, Perry Ellis, Alfred Sung, and Club Monaco.

Erica Wolf is director of special projects at Nanette Lepore and executive director of Save the Garment Center. After attending the University of Michigan to study business and psychology, Erica began her career as a buyer at Bloomingdales in New York City. She later transitioned into technology consulting but returned to fashion in 2006 and joined Nanette Lepore, where she was inspired by the designer's commitment to domestic production, particularly in New York City's Garment Center.

Is New York City’s Garment Center Worth Saving?

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At this very moment, thousands of people in Midtown Manhattan are designing and manufacturing apparel all within a 10-block radius in New York City’s Garment Center. The innovation, opportunity, and

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