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Alta Gracia Corporate Office:
160 E. St. John Street
Spartanburg, SC 29306

Take pride in clothes that make a difference

Alta Gracia Apparel is not another self-anointed 'socially responsible' brand. It is the result of an unprecedented partnership of organizations with long-standing dedication to labor rights. Supporting Alta Gracia Apparel means job creation, living wages, benefits and education for workers and families who make these garments.


Company Background

Alta Gracia was founded in 2010 as the only apparel company in the developing world that is independently certified in paying a living wage.

Alta Gracia manufactures life-­‐changing apparel in the Dominican Republic and sells “collegiate branded products” to the bookstore retail channel. What makes Alta Gracia unique is that we provide a living wage to all workers. A living wage is defined as the income necessary for a worker to meet all of their family’s basic needs.

In addition to this salary, we respects our employees’ rights as workers and as human beings, including the right to a safe and healthy workplace, the right to be treated with dignity and respect on the job, and the right to form a union.

Buy Alta Gracia. The best thing you can do to #changelives is buy AG college tees & hoods and support the workers who make them, as well as your campus Bookstore - Next time you're buying AG in your bookstore, make sure you thank them for carrying LIVING WAGE APPAREL from Alta Gracia!
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Alta Gracia Corporate Offices
160 East St. John Street
Spartanburg, SC 29306
Call Us: (864) 285-9810
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Alta Gracia Apparel is a groundbreaking new clothing line produced at the first-ever apparel factory in the developing world to pay a living wage and demonstrate full respect for workers rights. (learn more)