When Nau announced in May that they were closing down due to funding shortcomings, we were saddened by the news. After all, only a few months earlier we had interviewed the clothing label's VP Brand Communications, Ian Yolles, who said some very promising things about the direction of the company.

Then, out of the ashes of a fallen company, Nau rose up again, bolstered by the support of obscure California apparel brand Horny Toad. When this news was announced a few weeks ago, Treehugger posted a comprehensive review of the details of Nau's death and rebirth, but today the company published a press release describing the current situation:

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