- $15mm+ Lifetime Sales
- 149% Compounded Annual Growth Rate; 79% YoY Sales Growth
- 71.9k+ Lifetime Customers
- $204 Lifetime Value (2017)
- Unit Economics (lifetime): blended CAC of $43; AOV of $117; repeat purchase rate of 37%
- Total Amount Raised: US $1,808,359
- Total Investors: 584
- Total Round Size: US $10,000,000
- Series A-3 :
- Minimum Investment: US $1,500 per investor
- : Preferred Equity
- US $35,000,000 :
- : US $10,000,000
Our company was first founded in 2012 as Denim.LA, LLC and specialized in crafting and selling premium essentials directly to the consumer. We launched our first brand, DSTLD (‘distilled’) in 2014 with an emphasis on luxury-grade denim, t-shirts, leather jackets, outerwear, and other high quality everyday essentials no one can live without. Due to the popularity of DSTLD, growing demand from its 70k+ customer base, and the success of two prior Regulation A+ financing rounds, we saw an opportunity to evolve the Denim.LA brand into Digital Brands Group, a portfolio of digital-first lifestyle brands.
Digital Brands Group's (DBG) strategy is to create a portfolio of digital-first lifestyle brands that share operational, infrastructure, and data resources as means to drive down redundant fixed costs that are difficult to establish and expensive to maintain. By forming a shared resources model of curated vertical commerce (v-commerce) labels, each of which bring a unique set of products, values, and engaged customers to DBG, we're able to scale multiple brands under one umbrella and create a business that is exponentially larger than any one single brand.
Because of the increasing market share direct and digital brands are capturing, DBG is focused on expanding its portfolio of brands through both building and buying digital-first businesses. Currently, DBG is comprised of two digitally native brands: (1) DSTLD | Premium Denim + Essentials, and (2) ACE Studios | Luxury Men's Suiting + Sportswear, launching Q4 2018.
DSTLD (pronounced 'distilled') has previously completed two Regulation A+ rounds with SeedInvest, raising over $4.6M from more than 3,400 investors. DSTLD was DBG's first portfolio company and recently surpassed $15M in revenue from more than 71.9K customers.
We believe our strategy for Digital Brands Group will position us to thrive in today’s market by providing digitally native vertical brands (DNVBs) affordable, data-driven shared resources to optimize and scale their businesses. Sharing services (ie: manufacturing, fulfillment, marketing, accounting and legal, customer service) drives down any one brand's fixed costs and frees up cash flow to be reinvested in key areas, like better raw materials, new production partners, innovative production techniques, sales / marketing channels, and operating income.
DBG is focused on both building and acquiring digital-first brands for two primary reasons:
- E-commerce and direct-to-consumer are driving revenue growth and market share (see slide 5 of deck). We have an established tech stack with proven competency for digital marketing, consistently achieving 2-3x ROA.
DNVBs have multiple distribution opportunities: Online, Showrooms, and strategic 3rd parties (see slide 7 of deck). Showrooms or limited inventory storefronts have become a core part of our customer acquisition and retention strategy. Between our New York City and Los Angeles locations, we're seeing 12% higher LTV and 72% lower returns with our first-time retail customers.
Our target customer is the digitally native Millennial and Gen X consumer, an under marketed segment, of which 68% demand an omni-channel shopping experience. This customer values above all: transparency, quality, and value. As such, all DBG brands are required to meet not just specific financial requirements to join the Group, but also embrace the ideals crucial to the Millennial and Gen X value system.
DBG is currently comprised of two brands (and having meaningful conversations with a handful of potential acquisition targets):
DSTLD | Premium Denim + Essentials
DSTLD launched in 2014 under the premises that ethically produced, well-crafted clothing shouldn’t cost so much, and that Fast Fashion is an excessive and unsustainable industry. Inspired by the creatives that constitute Los Angeles (filmmakers, writers, entrepreneurs, artists, and designers), DSTLD set out to build a contemporary brand based on the modern uniform they saw around them: Jeans, t-shirts, and other luxury-level basics that no person can live without.
DSTLD at a glance:
- $15M+ Lifetime Sales
- 149% Compounded Annual Growth Rate; 79% YoY Sales Growth
- 71.9k+ Lifetime Customers
- DSTLD customers have a 2.1x customer acquisition payback after just 12 months.
- Unit Economics (lifetime): blended CAC of $43; AOV of $117; repeat purchase rate of 37%
ACE Studios | Performance Suiting + Luxury Sportswear (launching December 2018)
ACE Studios is a luxury menswear brand that believes in performance, fit, and quality at a a fair value. We work with centuries old Italian mills and European factories to produce premium menswear that’s grounded in tradition, focused on innovation and performance-forward raw materials, and offered at an exceptional value. Launching in December 2018 with a collection of performance tees, dress shirts, a suit jacket, and slacks.
ACE Studios at a glance:
Partners include centuries-old Italian mills rooted in heritage Italian craftsmanship to deliver unparalleled quality .
- Suits utilize Impact Zero fabric, a sustainable wool that’s specially woven with stretch for ease of movement. Impact Zero fabric is water-repellent, anti-wrinkle, odor-free, and thermoregulated. Its development requires only one-third of the water normally used to create traditional wool fabrics and removes harsh chemicals from the process all together.
- Suits and dress shirts will be offered in Slim and Tailored fits to start.
WHAT THE PRESS IS SAYING
"The Best Figure Flattering Denim" VOGUE
"A pair of premium, quite perfectly cut jeans." GQ
"Meet the denim company that will change your life (and wardrobe) for good." AOL
"Our favorite denim brand just released our favorite new jacket" InsideHook
"The Best New Jeans for Men" Men’s Journal
"The DSTLD team has developed incredible fit technology that emphasizes 'body-mapping'." ELLE
"I can truly say that the style hugged my curves in all the right places." PopSugar
CUSTOMER AND INVESTOR FEEDBACK
"The first time I tried on my DSTLD jeans, I was immediately hooked by the quality, fit, and convenience. I have yet to find a pair of jeans thats fits better." Wesley T. | Investor | Customer since December 2015
"DSTLD is taking the art of style and simplicity to a whole other level." David | Investor | Customer since May 2015
"They are the most comfortable and soft jeans I've encountered. An absolutely fabulous job on the jeans, one can see and feel the quality that has gone into them." Garrett M. | Customer since September 2015
"Great quality jeans. I never thought I'd find a pair that I love as much as my AG jeans, but these have surpassed my expectations. The skinny Black Powerstretch pair is my favorite -- great stretch without it loosening up too much and giving a baggy butt look. After several washes the black has not faded at all. Customer service is superb." Christina O. | Customer since November 2014
"Your jeans are simply the best and I want more." Shea L. | Customer since September 2015
"A unique product line that stands out above the rest with quality and design. " Andy B. | Investor | Customer since May 2016
"The clothing industry is ripe for re-imagination and DSTLD is forging that path." Joe C. | Investor | Customer since October 2014
"In an industry where fast fashion dominates, it's refreshing to have a brand that's focused on providing stylish, high-quality and affordable clothing." John P. | Investor | Customer since September 2016
*Disclaimer: The above individuals were not compensated in exchange for their testimonials. In addition, their testimonials should not be construed as and/or considered investment advice.
Our leadership team has been on the forefront of the direct-brand revolution the last 10 years, co-founding a handful of direct-to-consumer brands (Winc, J. Hillburn, BeautyKind, DSTLD).
SI Securities, LLC has the authority to prevent a closing from occurring if it determines, in its sole discretion, that this investment is no longer suitable at the time of the closing, which includes, but is not limited to, the Company raising at least US $399,999.48 in connection to the current round.
Investors who invest $50,000 or less will have their securities held in trust with a Custodian that will serve as a single shareholder of record. These investors will be subject to the Custodian’s Account Agreement, including the electronic delivery of all required information.
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The graph below illustrates theor the of Digital Brands Group's prior rounds by year.
Over the past 10 years, there has been a significant shift in the retail landscape. More than 8,600 U.S. retail stores shuttered in 2017. What's more is online sales in the United States are expected to reach $523 billion in the next five years, up 56% from $335 billion in 2015.
Since 2010, the retail landscape has undergone an undeniable shift away from traditional brick and mortar stores toward digital-first and direct-to-consumer brands (DtC), and the shift in consumer preferences already shows in the GDP. In 2016 direct sales contributed 6% ($1.12T) to the US economy, up from 3.7% in 2012.
Since 2012, investors have put nearly $2.5B into direct-to-consumer brands in design and apparel. Innovation-led growth is now driven by the smaller direct-to-consumer brands that are slowly picking apart the gradual-to-adapt big brands, filling the vacuum traditional retail is leaving behind.
Two-thirds of today’s consumer expects to directly connect with the brands they’re passionate about and demand brands tout a compelling mission, transparency, exceptional quality at a fair value, and and an unparalleled customer experience; this is where we maintain a competitive edge in the market. Digital Brands Group is able to meet each of these criteria through owning their customer data and shopping experience from start to finish.
The company’s auditor has issued a going concern opinion.
Our auditor has issued a “going concern” opinion on the company’s financial statements. The Company lacks liquidity to satisfy obligations as they come due, and only had positive working capital of $55,008 as of December 31, 2017 and had a working capital deficit of $1,395,579 as of December 31, 2016.
We are a new entrant to the clothing industry.
We first organized as a company in September 2012 (as Denim.LA, LLC). As such, we are a new entrant to the clothing industry and do not have the same brand awareness and customer base as other players in the market space.
Our results of operations are subject to variable influences and intense competition.
Our company is sensitive to changes to in consumer spending patterns, consumer preferences, and overall economic conditions. We are also subject to fashion trends affecting the desirability of our products. In addition to competing with other direct-to-consumer clothing and apparel companies, we face competition from a broad range of retailers, many of which have greater financial resources than we do.
New competitors may enter the market.
We operate in an established market space that regularly sees the entrance of new competitors. New competitors may copy our business model and provide an expanded range of products at a lower cost, targeting the same customer base, which may force us to cut prices and decrease our margins.
Competitors may be able to call on more resources than us.
While we believe that the company is unique, there may be other ways to deliver luxury denim and clothing products without the use of middlemen and retail establishments. Additionally, competitors may replicate our business ideas and produce directly competing products. These competitors may be better capitalized than we are, which would give them a significant advantage. This would particularly be the case if a major clothing manufacturer or retailer were to enter the market.
We may not be able to fully exploit newly acquired brands or released brands.
In the apparel industry, differing brands are used to reach different market segments and capture new market share. However, not every brand deployment is successful. We may incur significant costs acquiring, developing, and promoting new brands only to have limited market acceptance and limited resulting sales. If this occurs, our financial results may be negatively impacted and we may determine it is in the best interest of the company to no longer support that brand.
Our success depends on our ability to design and manufacture products that appeal to our customers.
It is possible that future new products will fail to gain market acceptance for any number of reasons. If the new products fail to achieve significant sales and acceptance in the marketplace, this could materially and adversely impact the value of your investment.
We may not be able to respond to changing fashion trends.
Our company is sensitive to changes in consumer preference, fashion trends, and the fashion business environment. If we are unable to respond to changes in the business environment and fashion trends it may result in our brands no longer being accepted in the marketplace.
We are subject to seasonal buying patterns.
We experience seasonal fluctuations in our net sales and net income associated with the clothing and apparel industry. Our quarterly results of operations may also fluctuate significantly as a result of a variety of factors, including the timing of new products and marketing pushes.
We depend on a small management team.
We depend on the skill and experience of four individuals, Corey Epstein, Mark Lynn, Kevin Morris, and Hil Davis. Each has a different skill set. If we are not able to call upon one of these people for any reason, our operations and development could be harmed.
We may not be able to successfully implement growth.
We depend on our ability to scale customer acquisition while maintaining an acceptable customer acquisition cost while successfully implementing any growth or strategic plans. If we are unable to scale customer acquisition at an acceptable cost, we may not be able to successfully increase our customer base.
If we cannot raise sufficient funds, we will not succeed.
We are offering Series A3 Preferred Stock in the amount of up to $15,900,000 in this offering on a best-efforts basis and may not raise the complete amount. Even if the maximum amount is raised, we are likely to need additional funds in the future in order to grow, and if we cannot raise those funds for whatever reason, including reasons relating to the company itself or to the broader economy, the company may not survive. If we raise a substantially lesser amount than the Maximum Raise, we will have to find other sources of funding for some of the plans outlined in “Use of Proceeds.”
There is no current market for any shares of the company's stock.
There is no formal marketplace for the resale of the Series A3 Stock or any of the company’s Preferred Stock. Shares of Series A3 Preferred Stock may be traded on the over-the-counter market to the extent any demand exists. Investors should assume that they may not be able to liquidate their investment for some time, or be able to pledge their shares as collateral.
We will incur increased costs if we decide to become a publicly-traded company.
If we decide to list our shares on a public exchange, we will incur additional legal, accounting, and other expenses not presently incurred. These expenses would result from increased public reporting requirements, new accounting practices that we may be required to adopt, and additional corporate governance requirements. Some of these costs could be reduced should we decide to have our shares quoted on the OTCQX operated by OTC Markets Group, or the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London. Nevertheless, the rules and regulations of being publicly quoted or listed on an exchange will increase our legal and financial compliance costs.
If securities or industry analysts do not publish research or reports about us, or if they adversely change their recommendations regarding our stock, then our stock price and trading volume could decline.
The trading market for our stock will be influenced by the research and reports that industry or securities analysts publish about us, our industry and our market. If no analyst elects to cover us and publish research or reports about us, the market for our common stock could be severely limited and our stock price could be adversely affected. As a small-cap company, we are more likely than our larger competitors to lack coverage from securities analysts. In addition, even if we receive analyst coverage, if one or more analysts ceases coverage of us or fails to regularly publish reports on us, we could lose visibility in the financial markets, which in turn could cause our stock price or trading volume to decline. If one or more analysts who elect to cover us issue negative reports or adversely change their recommendations regarding our common stock, our stock price could decline.
The Series A3 Preferred Stock is non-voting; voting control is in the hands of a few large stockholders.
The Series A3 Preferred Stock we are offering is non-voting, so investors in this offering, whether they purchase the minimum of 2,830 shares or over 100,000 shares, will not be able to influence our policies or any other corporate matter, including the election of directors, changes to our company’s governance documents, expanding the employee option pool, and any merger, consolidation, sale of all or substantially all of our assets, or other major action requiring stockholder approval.
Investors must consent to jurisdiction in California.
Section 6 of the subscription agreement for this Offering requires investors to consent to the jurisdiction of any state or federal court of competent jurisdiction located within the State of California. As a result, investors located outside the State of California may have difficulty bringing a legal claim against us due to geographic limitations.
We could be hacked.
Hackers and/or data breaches could lead to material financial losses, reputational damage, and legal expenses. Credit card processors could refuse to do business with us if we were to receive a large number of chargebacks, which can be triggered by fraudulent use of stolen credit cards. We do security audits; we do not store credit card information; we do our best to safeguard our systems and assets but we cannot guarantee that we will be able to successfully repel future attempts to defraud us or hack into our customers’ data.
We rely on our third-party logistics company.
All of our product is stored and shipped out of our third-party logistics provider, Newgistics. If there was a catastrophic event that resulted in a facility shut down or damaged goods, we would be unable to ship orders for a period of time. Additionally, we may be forced to renegotiate our contract and our rates, which could hamper our gross margin and potentially force us into searching for a new warehousing and fulfilment partner.
Our space is crowded and there are many competitors for share-of-wallet.
While apparel is very large industry it is also very fragmented. Competitors may be better capitalized than us and outspend us, which would give them a significant advantage.
We rely on third party manufacturers and vendors, some of whom are outside the United States.
Our products are primarily produced by, and purchased or procured from, independent manufacturing contractors located mainly in countries in North America, Europe and Asia. A manufacturing contractor’s failure to ship products to Digital Brands Group in a timely manner or meet the required quality standards could cause us to miss the delivery date requirements of our customers for those items. Due to our overseas production, which in some product categories is more than 75% of total, our business is subject to the following risks:
● political and economic instability in countries, including heightened terrorism and other security concerns, which could subject imported or exported goods to additional or more frequent inspections, leading to delays in deliveries or impoundment of goods;
● imposition of regulations and quotas relating to imports, including quotas imposed by bilateral textile agreements between the United States and foreign countries;
● imposition of increased duties, taxes and other charges on imports;
● significant fluctuation of the value of the dollar against foreign currencies;
● labor shortages in countries where contractors and suppliers are located;
● a significant decrease in availability or an increase in the cost of raw materials;
● restrictions on the transfer of funds to or from foreign countries;
● disease epidemics and health-related concerns, which could result in closed factories, reduced workforces, scarcity of raw materials and scrutiny or embargoing of goods produced in infected areas;
● increases in the costs of fuel, travel and transportation;
● increases in manufacturing costs in the event of a decline in the value of the United States dollar against major world currencies, particularly the Mexican Peso and Chinese Yuan, and higher labor costs being experienced by our foreign manufacturers in Mexico and China;
● violations by foreign contractors of labor and wage standards and resulting adverse publicity.
If these risks limit or prevent us from selling or manufacturing products in any significant international market, prevent us from acquiring products from foreign suppliers, or significantly increase the cost of our products, our operations could be seriously disrupted until alternative suppliers are found or alternative markets are developed, which could negatively impact our business.
Recently imposed tariffs and countervailing actions may increase our cost of goods or result in delay to delivery.
Recent trade disputes between the United States and its traditional trading partners Mexico and China may result in increased cost of goods for our products. Due to our focus on maintaining product prices for customers, we may be required to absorb those increased costs, resulting in lower gross profits. Additionally, even without tariff duties impacting our cost of goods, our products may be subject to increased inspection or delays as retaliatory measures are taken by foreign governments.
Uncertainty with respect to US trade policy may reduce our manufacturing choices and add to our expenses.
Most of the suppliers of raw materials and/or manufacturers of our products are not in the United States. The current US President indicated a desire to re-negotiate trade deals and impose tariffs on materials and products manufactured in foreign countries, including China and Mexico. We may incur additional expenses if we are forced to base our manufacturing in the United States.
Fluctuations in the price, availability and quality of raw materials could cause delays and increase costs and cause our operating results and financial condition to suffer.
Fluctuations in the price, availability and quality of the fabrics or other raw materials, particularly cotton, leather, and synthetics used in our manufactured apparel, could have a material adverse effect on cost of sales or our ability to meet customer demands. The price and availability of the raw materials and, in turn, the fabrics used in our apparel may fluctuate significantly, depending on many factors, including crop yields, weather patterns, labor costs and changes in oil prices. If prices increase, we may not be able to pass these costs onto our customers, due to our competitive price point. This could result in lower gross margins and could have a significant adverse effect on our business, financial condition, and operating results. Delays in availability and delivery of raw materials could result in delays of product deliveries, potentially causing decreased sales and financial performance.
Hindsight may prove that an acquisition may not have been on favorable terms to the company.
Our goal with any future acquisition is that any acquired brand should be able to contribute neutral to positive EBITDA to the holding company after integration and the cost savings that are generated. To effect these acquisitions, we will likely be required to obtain lender financing or issue additional shares of stock in exchange for the shares of the target entity. If the performance of the acquired brand to does not produce positive results for the company, the terms of the acquisition, whether it is interest rate on debt, or additional dilution of stockholders, may prove detrimental to the financial results of the company, or the performance of your particular shares.
SI Securities, LLC owns warrants in Denim.LA, Inc.
SI Securities, LLC owns warrants for the purchase of 243,096 shares of Series A Preferred Stock (subject to adjustments) and 296,637 shares of Series A-2 Preferred Stock (subject to adjustments) and may have interests that conflict with those of investors in Denim.LA, Inc. These warrants were received in connection with prior offerings for which SI Securities, LLC served as placement agent. Assuming the warrants are fully exercised and only the minimum amount of Series A-3 Preferred Stock is sold in this offering, SI Securities, LLC would have 0.81% total ownership in Denim.LA, Inc. on a fully diluted basis.
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"The SEC has qualified this offering" means the SEC has permitted Digital Brands Group to offer for sale the securities described in the Offering Circular to investors such as you. The SEC is not judging the merits, accuracy, or completeness of the offering and information in the Offering Circular. Rather, the SEC is merely ensuring Digital Brands Group has met all legal disclosure and regulatory requirements necessary to make these securities available to you.
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Currently there is no market or liquidity for these securities. Right now Digital Brands Group does not plan to list these securities on a national exchange or another secondary market. At some point Digital Brands Group may choose to do so, but until then you should plan to hold your investment for a significant period of time before a “liquidation event” occurs. A “liquidation event” is when Digital Brands Group either lists their securities on an exchange, is acquired, or goes bankrupt.
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