In an effort to save you time and the earth of an increasingly larger return footprint, we’re hoping to help you get it right the first time with transparent details about the fit of each and every one of our styles, straight from the team at Nau.
Nau styles have always been known for our timeless appeal and minimalist lines. Because of that, people with many different personal style aesthetics enjoy making Nau pieces their own. What our customers do share is the commitment to moving towards a more sustainable lifestyle, doing more with less, and understanding that, in the end, sustainability is about much than it is about clothes—that our commitment to “better” doesn’t stop at the shopping cart.
This April we celebrate all of you from all over the country, and even the world during this difficult time. Show us your favorite Nau pieces you’ve worn for years and the way each of you sees Nau through your own lens.
Share your Nau style! Tag us on Instagram @nauclothing and hashtag #nauforall. And all month long we’ll be randomly selecting winners each week to receive some new timeless styles to freshen up your spring wardrobe.
In recognition of World Water Day on March 22nd, we're highlighting one of our Partners for Change, Mercy Corps. This World Water Day is about water and climate change —how the two are inextricably linked. Adapting to the water effects of climate change will protect health and save lives.
Springing forward does not mean your body clock time will naturally adjust. Losing an hour of precious Zzz’s for an extra hour of sunlight usually means you’re likely to have trouble getting to sleep. Give yourself a jump start into the time change and get back to your best self quickly with these helpful tips.
How are our friends wearing our newest streetwear styles? We're proud to feature a collection that showcases the first collaborative work between Nau’s teams in Portland, Oregon, and Seoul, Korea. The result is East meets West that is a nod to the future of international, sustainable fashion.
In 2019, Conservation Alliance grantees delivered a record number of conservation victories—24 to be exact. All of their efforts resulted in the protection of 22,509,324 acres of land, 468 river miles, and the acquisition of three climbing areas.
Now that we're settled in the new year, it's a good time to take a look back at the highlights in 2019. A lot of great things happened in 2019 for Nau —we launched a new website, offered a three-part Workshop Series on Sustainability Beyond the Shopping Bag, hosted a holiday pop-up in Chicago, and so much more.
The alarming data surrounding climate change and depleted resources has forced the average person to consider their own footprint and ability to change. Only one-in-five Americans say they make an effort to live in ways that help protect the environment “all the time.”
In 2001, funding from The Conservation Alliance lead to the acquisition of 221 acres surrounding iconic Castleton Tower in Castle Valley, Utah—home to one of the “Fifty Classic Climbs of North America”.