Putting scientifically better clothes to the test.
Julie Friedman Steele can imagine multiple futures. As the CEO and Board Chair of the World Future Society, she’s also responsible for finding ways to bring that future to life. She finds shows about astrophysics calming, and she’s inspired by the idea of self-replicating robots.
We’re thrilled to announce that our Mercury intelligent heated jacket has won Fast Company’s Innovation by Design award.
Since they first met in the Newton High School Explorers club, Doug and Julie Weisman have shared a passion for exploring the unknown and learning new things.
With the introduction of our newest fabric technology, Composite, we’re building on a foundation that we call “Scientifically Natural.”
Perspiration often leaves us feeling clammy and uncomfortable. We focus on creating garments using moisture-wicking fabrics to help stay cool, dry, and comfortable.
Our neighbors in Boston, Caroline and Steven Coplin, integrate Ministry of Supply into their everyday life, be it pilates, high-powered meetings, or parenting.
Denim has been on the rise as a workplace staple, so we have been working to bring it up to date. LABS denim introduces one side our vision of the smart casual uniform.
We want to share this update to give you a sense of where we are and where we’re going. We hope you'll come along for the ride...
Matt Guthmiller is a man of limitless horizons. He’s a pilot, a videographer, a public speaker, a student at MIT, and an entrepreneur currently working on launching a new company.
Our latest concept is the LABS Zoned Dress Shirt: a better shirt for hot days.
Mona Vernon, the Chief Technology Office at Thomson Reuters labs is passionate about information design and the way data intersects with the lives of professionals and their businesses.
Built on our signature Kinetic Fabric, the women's Kinetic pants are designed for motion, without losing their shape during the day. Improved fit, low-sheen fabric and better styling make this an unstoppable set of pants.
At Ministry of Supply, our inspiration drive our innovations. We incorporated visual cues from the Apollo 11 lunar mission into the MOS NB 574 to celebrate the audacity of invention.
Ambika Singh is the Chief Bosslady and founder of Armoire, a subscription-based wardrobe service for professional women. She’s on a mission to build a company that’s a positive force for women in her community.
Our three collections of pants broken down into their respective strengths, all engineered to get you through any situation without breaking a sweat.
Feeling confident and leaving a good impression in your day-to-day is more than just looking sharp. Everybody sweats, so we use a number of different techniques for odor control.
Warm weather means lighter packing. This spring travel kit fits in a single backpack and takes you from Monday Morning Meeting through Sunny Sunday.
3D Print-Knit allows us to design a garment, print a prototype and fit it, all in one day.
Take a look under the hoods of Aero, Apollo, and Hybrid–shirts that take different approaches to comfort and performance.
Wedding photographer Todd Good has to survive ten hour photo shoots in the hot and humid Miami climate. Read his story.
Compress your winter travel needs down to a few pieces that do more for you on the go.
A functional, beautiful, everything-proof, voice-controlled jacket that automatically heats to your optimal temperature.
Motorcycle enthusiast, instructor, and at times, racer Steve Lively travels the world the way he rides: fast and light.
Singer Smith takes a minimal approach when packing for adventure. He reminded us that the key to a minimalist travel wardrobe is versatility.
Our 3-layer waterproof fabric stretches far more than a traditional raincoat without sacrificing its rain-stopping capabilities.
Over the past three years, we’ve launched several jackets/blazers/suits. the category is a moving target for comfort and style, and we’ve experimented several interpretations.
Today we're excited to announce the opening of our 3D Print-Knit Shop at Santa Monica Place, and the introduction of the 3D Print-Knit "Custom-Function" Thermal Sweater.
A year has passed since our last direct line to you, and given the season - it seems like the right time for the next round of sharing our unfiltered state of mind.
The LABS_0617 Dress Shirt was developed to combine the best attributes of our two most popular shirts, Apollo and Aero. Here's how we tested a new fabric concept.
Baseball is everything for Jared Banner. Having played since his youth, it’s more than just a game—it’s an all-encompassing way of life.
As founder and CEO of a biotech startup, Ailis Tweed-Kent wears a lot of hats. She loves building and interacting with her team as they work to change people's lives by developing a treatment for arthritis.
Pride and passion define Nate Barnes' approach to cutting hair. The corporate-climber-turned-barber loves seeing the physical transformation of his clients in real time.
We believe in simplifying and streamlining through a “1 In, 1 Out” policy: every time you buy something new, you donate something old. It’s the reason we started our 1 In, 1 Out clothing donation initiative.
Businessman/soccer superstar Keisuke Honda is motivated to achieve greatness both personally and professionally. That passion motivates him to wake up early and go home late. It inspires him to envision a better way forward and then put in the work to make it a reality.
John Carlson, a portfolio manager for emerging global markets and Ministry of Supply's most hardcore fan, is constantly traveling. While we've given up on tracking his moves, it seems that any given week John is working his way through at least three or four different countries.
Skylar Tibbits is redefining material construction as we know it.Here, we go into Skylar’s Self-Assembly Lab at MIT for a first-hand look at his work on self-assembly, the natural phenomenon that’s redefining material construction as we know it.
If you follow the Gimlet show "Reply All," then you may know that Matt has been described as “a comforter accidentally warmed by the radiator”, or, “the band you discovered in high school long before anyone else did”.