DEAR MILER is a New York, TriBeCa based brand that focuses on elevated travel leisure wear with detailed elements. Inspired by TriBeCa!&s industrial modern fine lines with its relaxed and calm ambiance the neighborhood portrays as the motif, DEAR MILER is for commuters and travelers around the world. Designed in minimal classic modern silhouettes that are essential to the everyday city life, along with blocking and detail elements throughout, the brand satisfies the balance between business and leisure travelers around the world by providing ideal clothes that are "New York City Chick".
Our team strives to provide high-quality clothes that you deserve and that!&s why we were strict on selecting our factory teams. Our clothes are produced based on pattern makers, fabric & sewing factories that have been in the fashion industry for over 30 years. Our team has a strong trusting relationship with the factories.
The factories that have connections with us are not subject to child labor, or unfair treatment. They have also been working as a team for a long time with a good, safe, healthy environment and pride with their working ethic.
We want you to wear our pieces that last long while providing you comfort. That!&s why we use high-quality fabrics such as Organic Cotton, Supima Cotton, Cupro, etc for our fair-trade clothing.
Organic Cotton is grown from organic seeds without harmful chemicals. Our fabric is 100% organic, soft, breathable, lightweight and eco-friendly. Organic Cotton is hypoallergenic, so customers with sensitive skin can wear our clothes with ease.
Supima is twice as strong as regular cotton, which helps our clothes keep in shape without over-stretching. The softness of Supima Cotton comes from the extra-long staple fibers which also helps the fabric from pilling. Supima!&s finer fibers absorb dyes better, which holds the color for a long time even after washes.
Our products made of high-quality Japanese wool fabric are soft, light-weight, and creates less fluff. This Japanese wool is excellent for the Fall/Winter season because it is thin but warm, and light to the body to keep you comfortable all day long.