TomboyX, a approach to client, gender-neutral underwear model, has right now introduced a close of an $18 million Collection B appropriation round led by Craftory. With this deal, Craftory turns into TomboyX’s infancy shareholder.
TomboyX develops gender-neutral, size-inclusive underwear during a partially inexpensive value level.
The corporate began when co-founder Fran Dunaway struggled to hunt out herself a Robert Graham-style button-down shirt. Tomboy X primarily began compelling enjoyable, dress shirts that compare all physique sorts, and eventually transitioned to underwear and swimwear.
The D2C startup presents sizes from XS to 4XL; a simple TomboyX briefs start during $20/pair.
The corporate lifted $4.three million in Collection A financing final yr, that brings finish appropriation to larger than $25 million.
Right here’s what co-founders Fran Dunaway and Naomi Gonzalez indispensable to contend in a prepared assertion:
We’re really vehement to combine with a workforce during The Craftory as we ensue in a goal to pattern thorough and gender-neutral underwear for a countless universe viewers. We’re positive that their knowledge in branding and customer equipment will element a personal creativity and intrusion of required merchandise.
As a partial of a deal, Craftory administrators will be partial of a house of administrators alongside Pauline Brown, lead financier for TomboyX’s Collection A spherical.