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MEFIVER uses a patent-pending process + on-demand production to quickly + sustainably make stylish, "clean, green" premium jeans in the USA.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Fashion
  • Location Cary, NC, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded August 2012
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

MEFIVER is an innovative technology company that uses a patent-pending process to make stylish, “enlightened, clean, green jeans” that are Made in the USA with minimal environmental impact. Our streamlined manufacturing allows on-demand, flexible + speedy production, unprecedented customization options, and eliminates inventory, all while using a fraction of the water, chemicals, waste, time, energy and labor used in traditional denim production.


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    Alana Vaughn
    CSO, CMO, Acting CFO, VP + Co-Founder

    PhD fellowship recipient, Int'l MBA, post-grad in Film+Media Studies. Alana’s strategy, marketing + brand management consulting work has been implemented by prominent national/global luxury, hospitality + entertainment brands (including St. Regis, Ritz-Carlton, Westin + W hotels). Her marketing work has been featured in local, state, regional (FOX), and national news sources + television (ESPN, TNT) and at international conferences.

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    Carly Giammona
    CEO, President + Co-Founder

    Award winning dual-degree scholar from NCSU College of Textiles + College of Design, 12 years fashion and design experience. Her research and design work has been featured on the cover of WWD, Art Papers, EcoTextile, AATCC Journal, and numerous textile/art/fashion publications. Her work on the technology behind MEFIVER's proprietary process has been nominated for the 2013 TED Awards.

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    Veronica Tibbitts
    Chief Design Officer, VP + Co-Founder

    Award winning dual-degree scholar from NCSU College of Textiles + College of Design. Veronica has created avant-garde collections for numerous fashion shows and completed a woven jacquard design intensive in Italy. Her work has been showcased in several galleries and featured in FiberArts magazine. One of her dresses was recently bought by the Gregg Museum of Art & Design for display in its permanent collection.


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    Fred Hutchison
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    Linda Townsend