Made in New York City, Los Angeles, and Valdese, NC. Launched in October 2013 and founded by two university fashion instructors, Mai Vu and Dimitri Koumbis, Bishop Collective offers American manufactured goods that eloquently combine fashion, art and lifestyle. The company advocates for stronger corporate social responsibility among retailers, while bringing manufacturing back to the U.S. Bishop Collective is restructuring retail by redefining American made, giving their consumers fashion that is unique, tastefully designed and ethically produced.
All our products are produced domestically by factories that pay fair, living wages to their skilled adult workers. We also source sustainable materials and manufacturing practices when possible.
We offer free domestic shipping for all orders over $150. For orders under $150, we offer a flat-rate shipping charge of $7.95. Additional shipping charges apply to orders shipping internationally, to Alaska or Hawaii.
Corporate social responsibility is important to us at Bishop Collective and as we grow our business, we will continue to look for ways to better impact our industry and the communities who help support it.
In June of 2018 we made the move from online to brick-and-mortar and opened our first permanent storefront at 143 Ludlow Street, between Stanton and Rivington Streets on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. At Bishop Collective, we provide a highly curated collection of women’s apparel, accessories and lifestyle goods, carefully picked each season from emerging and independent brands that share our values for conscious consumerism. Great attention is paid to material selection, construction and more importantly, the community that helps to bring it all together.
The Wolf In Me
From 6/28-7/30 we will be hosting The Wolf In Me in our shop and offering artisans finds from all over the world. Founder Tonya Harley journeyed to Amsterdam, Farmlands of Nijkerk, Belgium, Istanbul, Kutahya, Antalya, Cappadocia, Poland, Berlin and Mexico to curate her collection of home goods, accessories and childrenswear. Most pieces are one-of-a-kind and handmade by local artisans. The Wolf In Me stands for quality, uniqueness, supporting communities, connecting cultures, fair trade, freedom and lots of LOVE.
Come join us for the opening reception on Thursday July 11 from 6-8p.