Nineteenth Amendment believes in creating a sustainable and efficient fashion future. We believe that enabling designers with technology can make brands more efficient, create better products, and make more money in a responsible way.
Since 2014 Nineteenth Amendment has helped over 1,000 fashion brands from over 30 countries launch products sustainably and without risk in four weeks or less while building a network of vetted no-minimum manufacturers. From brands as big as Disney and Macy’s to designers just starting out, Nineteenth Amendment has modernized the way designers manage product development and launch new products.
In an industry as complex as fashion, it takes a team that understands both design and business. After working at multiple failed brands, designer Amanda Curtis met cofounder Gemma Sole during a tech incubator at the Harvard iLab in 2012. Together, they joined forces to create a smarter way to launch products in the fashion space. Surrounded by a team of amazing people who believe fashion can be better, they’ve created a global platform for transparent and authentic design.