In addition to being a key part of the success of “American Pickers” over the years, Danielle Colby has other projects going on in her life.
One of them is a clothing line. She talked about this in a social media post she shared on Wednesday, Aug. 18. And, according to what the “American Pickers” star also had to say on the matter, this clothing line is made in Puerto Rico. And, it is done in a way that limits waste and helps protect the environment.
In her Instagram post, the 45-year-old reality television star talked about the clothing line. Her caption accompanied a photo of her sitting on a beautiful beach. Also in the caption, she calls out the fashion industry for what she claims are practices that lead to “waste and pollution.” She also says she is wearing clothes made by this sustainable line.
“There’s no denying the fast fashion industry has much to do with global waste and pollution. To read more about why head to my Patreon to read my blog post about it. These clothes were sustainably made here in Puerto Rico by @delamer1981 (photo credit): @madisonhurleyphotography,” the “American Pickers” star also said.
Danielle Colby Shares Information About Clothing Line
Also, the website for the De La Mer 1981 clothing line further explains the mission “American Pickers” star Danielle Colby briefly discussed in her recent social media post. According to the line’s Instagram account, it is also made in Rockaway Beach, New York.
“Apparel that moves with you, breathes with you and fits the way you want it to. De La Mer 1981 is committed to providing pieces that embody the spirit of the sea, sand and salty breeze,” the website also says. “Be as free as the wind or as wild as the waves. The blue, pink or purple sky is the limit.”
The website also claims that the clothing line supported by this “American Pickers” star offers “custom, handmade styles.”
‘American Pickers’ Star Danielle Colby Introduced Her Fans to Her Cat Via Social Media
One of her recent posts showcased the adorable cat, “Minnie.” In the post, she showed a photo of Minnie all bundled up in a towel. She also added the caption:
“Folks, here’s a story ’bout Minnie the Moocher
She was a red hot hoochie-coocher
She was the roughest, toughest frail
But Minnie had a heart as big as a whale
– Cab Calloway
She just sort of hangs around, so we care for her. Meet Minnie!”