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Our Brand

We exclusively purchase all our raw materials in Japan. 

All garments are then cut, sewn and washed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania before being shipped to some of the finest specialty stores across the Globe.

The complete American Colors Collection can be found in all of the Henry Lehr shops on the East End of Long Island, New York as well as our own Flagship Shop in Santa Barbara, California.

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Spring & Summer Collections

St. Barths Tunic

$ 195.00

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Summerland Shirt

$ 195.00

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Indigo Summerland Shirt

$ 264.00

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Holly Dress

$ 220.00

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St. Tropez Dress

$ 195.00

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Pique Pullover

$ 165.00

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Pullover

$ 172.00

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Work Shirt

$ 195.00

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Hampton Drawstring Pant

$ 170.00

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Linen 3/4 Sleeve Tee

$ 146.00

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3/4 Sleeve Tee

$ 95.00

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Boy Tee

$ 95.00

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Indigo Work Dress

$ 286.00

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Crinkle St. Tropez Dress

$ 205.00

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Simple Shirt

$ 75.00

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Slim Shirt

$ 75.00

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Journal

Slowing Down Summer

Slowing Down Summer

Lots of travel happening this summer for our family! We've spent time on beaches and hikes, on the lake and in the ocean. The kids are reading a lot, keeping connections with friends, visiting family, and swimming nonstop. Sometimes in the midst of a busy schedule, we find our favorite moments are the quiet ones in between all this activity...

July 11, 2016 by Shannon Lehr
Working Family

Working Family

So whether we are setting up for a trade show like in this picture, or we are merchandising the shop,  or spreading fabrics out and going over resources, the family tends to get mixed into work somehow. It's the nature of having your own small business,
May 17, 2016 by Shannon Lehr
What does MADE IN THE USA mean to you?

What does MADE IN THE USA mean to you?

How can we define what it is to be MADE IN THE USA? 

It is not just simply that many clothing lines have one place from start to finish, thread to machine, that only one location and one entity are responsible for. 

March 27, 2016 by Shannon Lehr