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Our mission is to revolutionize clothing through conscious design.

Keep scrolling, and we’ll walk you through what that means in practice—from the way we design to the partners we choose to create it.

Creating fabrics in mills, and clothing in factories, requires energy + water. So we choose our partners specifically for their sustainable practices, technological superiority and overall impact on the world. We’re young, but we aim to be a world leader, working with the highest quality fabrics and partners out there. We’re ADAY and we make clothing that’s strong, comfortable and long lasting. Hi.

Our process starts with
intentional design

Our intention:

We start with simplicity + versatility. Marrying classic silhouettes with clean lines, we include only the details that are truly necessary.

Our questions:

How will we make our favorite staples better? How will we make them your go-to? How will we make them last? How will we make the plain white tee truly magical?

Our development:

Instead of following seasonal trends, we spend our time perfecting the pieces our customers love through wear testing, customer feedback + experimentation. This allows us to keep improving each of our pieces so they can be loved even more.


Design iterations before launch. Our award-winning and best-selling Throw & Roll leggings goes through a new iteration almost every two months. We still have so many ideas on how to make them better.

Next comes our fabrics

We scoured the world to find the perfect luxury textiles. We select them for their unique properties (super powers!) and hand feel.

91% of our fabrics are vegan. The rest are responsibly sourced and cruelty free.

5 of our favorite fabrics:

The hand feel of silk, yet durable + easy to care for

Thermo-regulating thermal fabric. Soft inside, matte outside.

Light weight, four-way stretch, sculpts but never constricts.

Scuba made soft + breathable

A recycled super fabric, made from fishing nets collected from our oceans.

Each sourced for their super powers like:

wrinkle resistant

quick drying

high stretch

silk feel


water resistant

light weight

super soft

pilling resistant

UV protected

We also make our own.

When we can’t find what we’re looking for, we make it ourselves. Meet our custom fabric, Recycled Scuba, recycled, made using custom grade Repreve® yarn, which is made from water bottles. Its inaugural product is the Waste Nothing Jacket, which is proudly made of 41 bottles.

Our mills make our super power fabrics

We hold our partners to the highest technological, environmental + social standards. Making and dying fabric requires energy + water, so it’s important to us that we look at the impact across the board.

Here’s why it matters:

Our mills are world leaders in high quality performance fabrics and make fabrics that are super strong, super comfortable and long lasting. We’ve been selective in choosing partners that are Oeko-tex + Bluesign approved—meaning the chemicals used to treat the fabrics aren’t harmful to the environment. And, as we grow, we’re using more recycled and regenerated fabrics, creating new textiles where necessary.

Here’s where our mills are:

2 mills in Taiwan

4 mills in Italy
(near our factory!)

Here’s how they affect the world:

***Our aim is to get to 100% on all of the above by 2022.
Italy Taiwan
Efficient machinery 4/4 2/2
Recycling 4/4 2/2
Reuses + purifies water 4/4 1/2
Solar panels 2/4 0/2
Oeko Tex standard 100 4/4 2/2
Bluesign 0/4 2/2

Our factories

Chosen specifically for their standards, sustainable practices + technological superiority, our factories are some of the most technical + conscious in the world.


Family run, established in 1989

591 employees, 2 peacocks + 12 resident swans

Consciously powered:

30% of energy is generated by solar power, with further power coming from a biomass boiler fueled by olive pits.


Last year, 91% of fabric scraps + other waste was recycled. This year they’re at 95%.

Technologically superior:

3D prototyping for on the spot iteration, high grade laser cutting deep ready-to-wear expertise + a patented bonding technique used for Olympic grade construction.

Known for:

The Throw & Roll Leggings family, many of our silk tops + designing Michael Phelps’ swimsuit


ISO9001 certified

Amount of energy saved last year:

857 tonnes of CO2 thanks to renewable energy sources

Los Angeles

Established in 1991

100 employees, 50% who have been there for 18+ years

Consciously powered:

No, but they are researching California-based solar power energy sources for the future.

Technologically superior:

These gals are experts in technical fabrics. They’ve worked with Nike, Asics. Now, they make ADAY and many more.

Known for:

Our Like a Boss Sweatshirt, Up in the Air Jacket, Brakes On Leggings + Turn it Up pants


Family run, established 1973

200 employees, many who have been there 15+ years

Consciously powered:

80% of energy is generated by the factory’s photovoltaic solar cell system.


100% of wastewater is treated and recycled back into the production process.

Technologically superior:

Bonding technology, performance clothing expertise, entered new territory with us to re-imagine everyday classics through the lense of technical.

Known for:

The Something Borrowed Shirt, Fast Forward Bra + some of the world’s most high tech cycling gear


ISO9001 certified

San Francisco

Family run, established 1994

110 employees

Not yet consciously powered:

Our Californian factories still struggle with solar pricing. It’s on us and you to help them get there.


Recycling of paper + cardboard (from shipments) through local recycling schemes.

Technologically superior:

Manufactured all TYR swimwear, Nike Rowing gear for the USA Olympic team in 2008 + most recently manufactured the Speed suit for the USA Team Winter 2018 Olympics.

Known for:

Something Borrowed Shirt, Squared Out Shirt + 2018 Olympic Speed Skating uniforms.


WARP (WRAP is an independent, non-profit team of global social compliance experts dedicated to promoting safe, lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing around the world.)


Family Run, established in 2009

227 Employees

Consciously powered:

The electricity is mainly generated by water, but this is a government requirement. They also measure their consumption every month. Energy efficient lighting in the factory.


Partners with 3rd party to recycle fabric scraps into housing insulation + in house recycling of back office materials.

Technologically superior:

They have 342 sewing and bonding machines (that’s a lot!).

Known for:

Waste Nothing Jacket + some of the world’s toughest outerwear.

How to wear ADAY with love

Wear, sleep, repeat. Often.

Make sure to maximize your wears (which also lowers the cost per wear). We like that.

Do more with less.

Whether it’s building companies, raising a family or contemplating space travel, each piece is designed to take you there. So go!

In fact…we can get you started with a capsule wardrobe, so you have time and (head)space to focus on the things that matter.

How not to tear

Cold wash

to save 2,000 pounds of CO2 per household per year

Don’t iron

to preserve bonded seams + fabric super powers

Ditto, bleach

instead, try hydrogen peroxide in the whites wash or apply directly

No dryers or dry cleaning

to save energy + protect the environment from toxic chemicals

Use a washing bag

to increase longevity of your ADAY + catch microwaste (we love The Guppyfriend)

How to recycle + upcycle

We optimize for longevity, since our garments never go out of style. But if garments rip, or you no longer have a use for them, we have solutions for you.

1) Give it a new life.

Gift your ADAY to a friend, send us a photo and we’ll give you both $10 store credit. thredUP, Poshmark and Depop are other great options. Simple as that.

2) Help us recycle it.

Send us or drop off your old ADAY at one of our offices

New York

415 W Broadway, 5N New York, NY 10012 United States


ADAY attn Makerversity
Somerset House, West Good Entrance
London, WC2R 1LA United Kingdom

or email us at to get a pre-paid return label. Bonus: We’ll give you $5 in store credit per recycled item.

Our ultimate goal is to achieve a closed, self-sufficient loop. We’re currently working to dream up ways to make old ADAY into new ADAY. Thank you for supporting us in getting there!

This is really just the beginning.

If you want to hear more about what we’re doing to improve our impact, or even wear test some of our clothes, drop us a line at