Forbes 12 Apr 2020

How Retailer ADAY Is Navigating Business As International Mills Close


Those working in the fashion industry during the pandemic are facing a tough climate. ADAY, a retailer known for their high quality basics that raised $8.5 million in February of this year, relies on international mills for their fabric and garment production. In the last month these mills have either closed or drastically shifted their means of production to keep workers safe. Cofounder Nina Faulhaber describes the situation and how she plans to operate to survive the pandemic.

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