Since 2014, we've helped brands 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, we've 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. We've joined forces to create a smarter way to launch products in the fashion space - with N.A.bld. Surrounded by a team of amazing people who believe fashion can be better, we've created a platform for transparent and authentic design.
We help brands operate more sustainably with quick-turn production of only what sells, sustainable resources, and a better business model. Read more about our approach.
We are committed to local, domestic manufacturers who believe the right skills and process innovation can create a competitive industry. Want to partner? Join us.
We believe pre-sales and
on-demand production democratize the ability for new brands and amazing products to get to market. That's why we created the Nineteenth Amendment Marketplace.
We believe every brand can make strides towards a more transparent and connected supply chain for customers and stakeholders. Need help re-thinking yours? Contact us.
Amanda has a degree in Advertising from Boston University and a degree in Fashion Design from Parsons School of Design. She has worked as a fashion designer for DVF and Richie Rich. She head designed and managed a line that made it to the finals of London Fashion week in its first season. Amanda is Forbes 30 Under 30 for Retail and E-commerce 2016, Apparel Magazine’s 30 Under 30 2017, and the National Retail Federation’s Person Changing Retail’s Future 2018.
Gemma has a background in Venture Capital, strategic consulting at Booz Allen Hamilton, advertising at Ogilvy and Mather and SMB consulting. Gemma completed her undergraduate education at the University of Rochester. Gemma is Forbes 30 Under 30 for Retail and E-commerce 2016, Apparel Magazine’s 30 Under 30 2017, and the National Retail Federation’s Person Changing Retail’s Future 2018.