founders


walden lam | chief hustler fried rice connoisseur, scrappy fashionary, crossfit padawan, quiet rebel. He has operating, investment and strategy experience in e-commerce, retail & fashion with lululemon, IDEO, GGV Capital, Goldman Sachs and OC&C Strategy Consultants. He has an MBA from Stanford and is originally from Hong Kong.

walden lam | chief hustler

fried rice connoisseur, scrappy fashionary, crossfit padawan, quiet rebel.

He has operating, investment and strategy experience in e-commerce, retail & fashion with lululemon, IDEO, GGV Capital, Goldman Sachs and OC&C Strategy Consultants. He has an MBA from Stanford and is originally from Hong Kong.

beth esponnette | chief designer gerbil and alpaca enthusiast, ultra-marathoner, and manufacturing nerd. She has spent time at Mountain Hardwear, Pearl Izumi, TechShop & Ekso Bionics, and has taught at the University of Oregon. She has an MFA in Design from Stanford and a BS in Fiber Science and Apparel Design from Cornell.

beth esponnette | chief designer

gerbil and alpaca enthusiast, ultra-marathoner, and manufacturing nerd.

She has spent time at Mountain Hardwear, Pearl Izumi, TechShop & Ekso Bionics, and has taught at the University of Oregon. She has an MFA in Design from Stanford and a BS in Fiber Science and Apparel Design from Cornell.

kevin martin | chief hacker sleep avoider, design engineer, and lover of all things caffeine. He began his first robotics startup venture in high school. Specializing in robotics and camera motion, you'll hardly find him working on one thing at a time. He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado.

kevin martin | chief hacker

sleep avoider, design engineer, and lover of all things caffeine.

He began his first robotics startup venture in high school. Specializing in robotics and camera motion, you'll hardly find him working on one thing at a time. He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado.

team


 
stephen thoma | software architect marmot chaser, affordance aficionado, lord of the code He started building Pokémon websites in 3rd grade. At 15 he ran a gaming service with 10k+ MAU. He studied Computer Science at University of Colorado with an emphasis on human computer interaction, and he's always in search of knowledge.

stephen thoma | software architect

marmot chaser, affordance aficionado, lord of the code

He started building Pokémon websites in 3rd grade. At 15 he ran a gaming service with 10k+ MAU. He studied Computer Science at University of Colorado with an emphasis on human computer interaction, and he's always in search of knowledge.

brian gormley | builder 3d printer wizard, purveyor of things, living organizer He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado and worked with unspun through Design Center Colorado during his undergrad. He's deep-rooted in determination: you won’t find him leaving any rock unturned.

brian gormley | builder

3d printer wizard, purveyor of things, living organizer

He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado and worked with unspun through Design Center Colorado during his undergrad. He's deep-rooted in determination: you won’t find him leaving any rock unturned.

 
 

mentors


 
david kelley | designer, thinker founder of IDEO and Stanford's d.school He is Stanford’s Donald W. Whittier Professor in Mechanical Engineering and has been teaching classes within the School of Engineering for more than 35 years. His most enduring contributions are in human-centered design methodology and design thinking.

david kelley | designer, thinker

founder of IDEO and Stanford's d.school

He is Stanford’s Donald W. Whittier Professor in Mechanical Engineering and has been teaching classes within the School of Engineering for more than 35 years. His most enduring contributions are in human-centered design methodology and design thinking.

bill burnett | designer, educator author of Designing Your Life He has been a Consulting Assistant Professor at Stanford University since 1984. He also serves as the Executive Director of the Design Program where he manages the undergraduate and graduate degree-granting programs and advises 70 - 100 students annually.  

bill burnett | designer, educator

author of Designing Your Life

He has been a Consulting Assistant Professor at Stanford University since 1984. He also serves as the Executive Director of the Design Program where he manages the undergraduate and graduate degree-granting programs and advises 70 - 100 students annually.

 

 
 

join our team

our mission is to revolutionize the apparel industry by altering supply chains and building product for each consumer while addressing the global climate change equation by at least 1%. we are funded by the National Science Foundation, HAX Accelerator, and Highland Capital, and recognized by the H&M Foundation. we’re a fashion-forward company powered by technology.
we are actively seeking a management intern and a robotics/automation/ mechatronics/hardware engineer to join our team.