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In the swinging ’60s, 95 percent of clothing sold in America were made in America, according to PBS. Fast-forward 50 years and that number now floats at 5 percent. The tide may be turning once again with sustainability and heritage (with a capital “H”) on the ascent, especially with smaller, artisanal brands, but the number of major fashion labels that continue to maintain a foothold in domestic manufacturing may surprise you. Here are eight popular companies that are keeping the home fires burning.