Everlane

Everlane is a luxury clothing company. The Company designs, manufactures, and sells luxury clothing items at a low retail markup via an online e-commerce website. Everlane has set out to challenge the system and offer designer-quality essentials at great and honest prices. No tricks. No middlemen taking their cut. No crazy brand markups. Just a new collection of essentials launched each month at half the typical cost.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2010
Size (employees)
176 (est)+5%
Everlane was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People/Management at Everlane

Jason Stoffer

Jason Stoffer

Investor
Michael Preysman

Michael Preysman

Co-founder
Craig Sherman

Craig Sherman

Angel Investor

Everlane Office Locations

Everlane has offices in San Francisco, New York and Chicago
San Francisco, US (HQ)
2170 Folsom St
New York, US
5s 415 W Broadway

Everlane Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2010

Total Funding

$1.1 m

Latest funding size

$1.1 m

Time since last funding

over 6 years
Everlane's latest funding round in April 2011 was reported to be $1.1 m. In total, Everlane has raised $1.1 m

Everlane's Web-traffic and Trends

Everlane Online and Social Media Presence

Everlane News and Updates

Meet the new brands vying to be the Everlane of kitchenware

Good news for wedding guests everywhere. The high-end kitchenware market is in the midst of being disrupted by direct-to-consumer brands, which will hopefully make the prices of registry items a lot cheaper. The newest entrant is Material, a just-launched kitchenware brand that wants to bring high-q…

In an About Face, Everlane to Open First Brick and Mortar Clothing Store

After years of trying pop-ups, Everlane will have a physical space.

On a Mission to Change Lives, Two Socks at a Time: Interview with David Heath of Bombas

Named for a derivative of the Latin word for bumblebee, the founders of Bombas hope to encourage their customers to "bee better." With every pair of socks sold, Bombas donates one pair to support homeless shelters across all 50 states.

Ivanka Trump, champion of working women, hasn’t done much for those making her brand’s clothes

Donald Trump’s “America first” agenda pressures companies to keep jobs in the United States while Ivanka Trump’s business—like nearly all apparel businesses in the US—extensively…

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Everlane Company Life and Culture

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