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Jenny Hwa | Founder + Creative Director 
Favorite restaurant - Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch in St. Helena, CA
Go-to beverage - Toss up between a shaken Tito’s dirty martini + Picpoul de Pinet
Dream trip - Stillpoint Lodge near Homer, Alaska
How do I like my eggs? Fried in butter, sunny side up

Sara Coffin | Photographer
Favorite restaurant - Posada Margherita in Tulum, Mexico
Go-to beverage - Tito's, soda + lime
Dream trip - Southeast Asia, especially Bali
How do I like my eggs? Fried ya'll...I am from the South

Kenneth Price | Videographer
Favorite restaurant - Flaming Amy's Burrito Barn in Wilmington, NC
Go-to beverage - Hoppyum from Foothills Brewing
Dream trip - New Zealand
How do I like my eggs? Hard boiled with sea salt + Frontier Co-op cayenne chili pepper

Josh Malchuk | Graphic Designer
Favorite restaurant - MoJoe's Burger Joint in Raleigh, NC
Go-to beverage - Moscow Mule
Dream trip - Road trip to the West Coast

How do I like my eggs? Sunny side up

Meg Rupp | Marketing Associate
Favorite restaurant - The Cowfish at Universal CityWalk in Orlando, FL
Go-to beverage - Cuba Libre made in Puerto Rico
Dream trip - Mykonos, Greece
How do I like my eggs? Over easy, drizzled with Sriracha 


Opportunity Threads, a worker-owned cooperative in Western North Carolina, is Loyale’s partner for socially responsible, domestic cutting and sewing. Loyale collaborates with Opportunity Threads because of their transparency and dedication to supporting worker dignity, implementing sustainable business practices and renewing textile work opportunities in southern Appalachia. This minority and women-owned operation was founded with community centeredness and sustainability as the cornerstones of their enterprise. Opportunity Threads’ initiatives include hiring team members with the expectation that they will become a worker-owner after two years, recycling all fabric scraps in partnership with a SC-based fiberfill company and initiating progressive social change by creating living wage jobs for skilled work­ers, restoring aban­doned man­u­fac­tur­ing spaces and resuscitating a domestic manufacturing industry needed to pro­duce high qual­ity, fairtrade products. To learn more about producing garments in North Carolina, please visit the Carolina Textile District website

Molly | Co-Founder + Manager

Alfonso | Fabric cutter

Eulusia | Head sewer

With a background in packaging and running a large hosiery warehouse, Andy founded Allpack Fulfillment in 2005. Loyale partners with Allpack because it’s a family-owned business and they pride themselves on fulfilling each order with care and attention to detail. We also appreciate that Allpack minimizes their environmental impact by working with Sonoco to recycle all cardboard and plastics, purchases 100% post-consumer waste cardboard products, reuses as much inbound packaging materials as they can and uses unprinted newspaper spools collected from a local paper company for an eco-alternative to box filler.

Andy | Co-Founder + Facility Director

Pam | Logistics Manager

Photoshoot Credits

Sara Coffin Photography
Wink Hair + Makeup
Nail Yeah!
Portico Studio
Union Camp Collective
The Commons