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.

San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
214 (est)+4%
Everlane was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Key People/Management at Everlane

Jason Stoffer

Jason Stoffer

Michael Preysman

Michael Preysman

Craig Sherman

Craig Sherman

Angel Investor

Everlane Office Locations

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

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$1.1 m

Latest funding size

$1.10 m

Time since last funding

7 years ago
Everlane's latest funding round in April 2011 was reported to be $1.1 m. In total, Everlane has raised $1.1 m
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Everlane News and Updates

This Everlane Alumna Wants To Make Sexual Wellness Gender-Neutral

A new “sex essentials” company sells lube, condoms, and a vibrator in “elevated” minimalist designs that are neither porny nor feminine. If sex sells, Maude wouldn’t appear at first glance to know what it’s selling. At a launch party for the new sexual wellness brand last week, an understated affair…

Everlane’s Five Tactics for Winning at Physical Retail

Four months after opening Everlane’s first permanent store, chief executive Michael Preysman reveals the strategy behind the direct-to-consumer brand’s early offline success.

Everlane Wants To Get Into Your Pants

The cult brand has just launched a collection of soft, ethically made underwear basics. Now nothing is going to get between you and your Everlane’s. The women of Everlane have a plan to disrupt the world of underwear.Read Full Story

This E-Commerce Brand Swore It Would Never Open Stores--and Then Opened 2. Here's Why It Was a Smart Move

When done correctly, publicly changing your strategy can be a good thing.

2017 was the year of retail’s existential reckoning

The stress had been building on American retailers for some time, but in 2017, it simply became too much to bear. Before the year was…

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