Aday: The sustainable fashion brand that wants you to buy fewer clothes - CNN Video

This fashion brand wants you to buy fewer clothes. The founders of Aday created the brand in 2015 to change the way people wear and shop for apparel.

5/24/2022 5:46:00 AM

This fashion brand wants you to buy fewer clothes. The founders of Aday created the brand in 2015 to change the way people wear and shop for apparel.

Aday founders Meg He and Nina Faulhaber created their sustainable fashion brand in 2015 to change the way people wear and shop for clothes. They say they raised nearly $50 million of venture capital from investors who believe in their innovative vision.

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Yes, like in the period of Pol Pot, When people all dressed the same 😁 I took to buying everything Carhartt. Their clothing is made to be best up through factory floors and garages and forests. Every other brand seems to be deliberately making clothes that break down after two washes. Wish people would buy less clothes, but this brand is selling clothes

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