why clade?

The name Clade honors truth & beauty of all life on earth and reminds us we are all related, and we are all related to everything.


Clade is more than just a brand. It’s a vision for a better world. We believe that nature has the power to provide solutions beyond what we can achieve with man-made materials. That’s why we use only the finest, ethically sourced materials in our apparel and gear, ensuring that every item we produce is both beautiful and sustainable.

Our ethos is built on end-to-end ethicality and permanence in style. We don’t just create products - we create a philosophy that embodies the ideals of sophistication, elegance, and sustainability.

We promise to deliver unparalleled functionality, beauty, and quality. When you choose Clade, you’re investing in more than just a product. You're investing in a vision for a brighter, more sustainable future. Join the Clade community today and experience the pinnacle of regenerative style.


    We are a small New Zealand company quietly changing the world. Back in the early 2000s we made the decision to meet an unfulfilled demand for tender, juicy, healthy meat. We started with pasture-raised venison, then we went about inventing 100% grass-fed wagyu beef. Today we have a small army of people and animals and the world is starting to take notice. Our promise is to produce and provide you with delicious meat, raised right, by people who truly care. We know we do things the right way but we also value the opinions of those we respect. We have therefore partnered with like-minded organisations, to validate and authenticate what we do.

    First Light Farms

    Hickory Yarns is a based in Hickory, NC. They’ve been making yarns the right way since their founding in 1937. They are the manufacturer of the Elite® and Patriot® product line yarns in their original facility in Hickory. 

    We are proud to use Hickory Yarns in our products. 

    Hickory Yarns

    Fleck Knitwear was established in New Jersey in 1960. It continues a five-generation tradition of excellence in knitting dating back to August Friedrich Fleck (b. 1831.) Today the institution is run by Peter Fleck, and his son, Matthew Fleck, who will be the sixth generation of Flecks to carry on the tradition of quality. 

    Their eye-catching logo speaks to endurance and rebirth — no matter the hardship.

    Fleck Knitwear

    Barry Martin began his journey after taking over his father’s business in 1990. Since then, he has worked with a plethora of clients, ranging from luxury brands like Vera Wang, Helmut Lang, and Proenza Schouler, to streetwear brands like Public School. The drive behind his work stems from his mindset of not only fulfilling the client’s needs but going above and beyond their expectations as well.

    We are proud to manufacture with Barry and his team.