LifeLabs, a Sunnyvale-based textile innovator, allowing the creation of thermally-lifestyle apparel, has raised $6M in Seed 3 funding
Asia Green Fund led the round.
The funds will be used by the company to expand and accelerate its growth.
Led by Dr. Yi Cui, Stanford professor of Materials Science and Engineering as well as Co-Founder, LifeLabs is a material sciences company based on textile patents from Stanford’s advanced materials laboratory, which enables the manufacturing of commercially-viable textiles and combating the effects of climate change. The company was founded in October 2021 and launched with a line body temperature-regulating apparel. The company’s sustainable collection of everyday wear, outdoor wear and bedding includes a fabric made with recycled materials that either retains or cools the body. Its flagship lines include CoolLife, which releases the body’s infrared radiation, creating less need for energy-consuming air coolers; and WarmLife, which uses reflective technology to offer fewer materials.