In this episode of the Gamechangers podcast, I’m talking to Lisa Hackwith and Erin Husted of Hackwith Design House, the clothing brand not just made in the USA but manufactured entirely in house in their Minneapolis studio. We talk about the evolution from their very popular Limited Edition Monday releases to their core collection including basics and swimwear. They talk about how they drive traffic to their online shop beyond just using social media and how working with the right influencers has shaped their business. These two women are all about striking the perfect work/life balance, scaling their company while staying true to their brand values and taking responsibility for the life cycle of the products they put into the world.

Hackwith Design House

HDH Etsy Shop

ShipStation

HDH Swim Collection

Kate Arends of Wit & Delight

HDH Basics

HDH Limited Edition

Mailchimp

HDH on Pinterest

Capsule (now Liberty Fairs)

Woman (trade show)

The Sustain Shop

Eileen Fisher Renew

The Eileen Tank

Daring Greatly (book)

Hennepin Made

Room&Board

Leather Works Minnesota

Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000 hours

Kindred (book)

Hackwith Design House

HDH On Instagram

The Sustain Shop on Instagram

HDH on Pinterest

I hope you enjoy!

Savannah x

All photos courtesy of Hackwith Design House

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