Fashionistas rejoice — Keep is making Instagram shoppable.
Victoria’s Secret, Swarovski, and 3D printing marketplace Shapeways have joined forces to give Victoria’s Secret models their 3D printed angel’s wings.
The personal shopping platform has raised $12 million to make professional styling more accessible and affordable.
Refinery29 is like that cool friend who always knows what to wear, the hottest restaurants, and the latest trends.
There is big money in fast fashion, and JustFab’s founders want to build the next generation of these brands. If the founders of H&M and Zara are billionaires, why not them?
Editor’s Pick Once segregated, high tech and fashion are beginning to collide.
The new umbrella company aims to be “the world’s largest fashion subscription e-commerce company.”
It has 33 million members around the world and is predicted to generate over $400 million sales in 2014.
The Israeli startup makes mobile fashion games that give brands the opportunity to get their merchandise in front of style-savvy consumers.
American women have $50 billion worth of unworn clothing in their closets. Online thrift store Threadflip released a major update today to help put those forsaken garments to use.
Joor is an online marketplace for wholesale fashion buying. It works with some of the biggest names in fashion to simplify how they do business.
Peter and Karl Koch spent their childhood being dragged from trade show to trade show with their parents, so they founded Balluun to put that process online.
Warby Parker is known for being one of the most tech-savvy fashion brands out there. The e-retailer of eyeglasses recently opened its first physical store and is building its own point-of-sale system to go in it.
Combat Gent gives men no excuse not to have a well-made suit. The online men’s store has raised $1.84 million in funding from well-known fashion investors and is the first company selected for the new Fashion Tech accelerator program.
Keaton Row is a fashion startup reigning in the “future of personal styling” with an online, affordable process that has customers spending seven times the average e-commerce order and coming back for more.
Two lifelong friends have come up with a way for fashionistas to keep their closets fresh without going broke.
Hot Russian e-commerce startup Lamoda has raised an insane $130 million in funding.
Cuyana is a fashion brand that sells well-made, sustainably sourced apparel. Today it announced a “Lean Closet” movement where you can switch out unwanted clothing items with higher quality essentials.
Suit Up describes itself as “the first 3D online fitting room” and already has impressive traction with huge brands.
Carnet de Mode describes itself as a “Parisian temple of fashion.” The marketplace connects up-and-coming fashion designers in Paris with stylish consumers around the world.
It is indeed an honor when a year-old startup with two or three million dollars in annualized revenue scores a $100 million investment. An unusual honor, as well. But there’s method behind the madness.
Abbey Post is a fashion marketplace that brings social e-commerce to the plus-size community. The company just released a totally rebuilt version of the site, which now features an internal social network and expanded inventory
JOOR is using software to make the journey from runway to retail stores as smooth as walking down a catwalk. The company is on track to do more than $350 million in transactions in 2013, which is more than three times the amount from 2012.
Rocket Internet announced Namshi, its Middle Eastern online fashion retailer, has raised $13 million led by Summit Partners to sustain growth.
The RealReal has raised $14 million to grow its luxury online resale marketplace, which it claims is “second only to eBay.”
Indian home shopping business Homeshop18 has closed a $30 million funding round as it edges closer to an IPO.
Attune announced a $20 million round of investment to expand its offerings that help fashion and lifestyle brands implement business management software.
Editor’s Pick Gustin is a San Francisco menswear line using crowdsourcing to redefine the way clothing is designed, created, and sold.
A new website called CoutureSQD lets women rent from stores like Zara and H&M for $25 a month.
Indochino makes shopping for suits and shirts as easy as possible with its online service that provides style and measurement guidance, and delivers custom clothing to your door.
What’s so special about an ecommerce site for fashion addicts? Ask Earlybird Ventures, who just led a huge Series A for the startup.
Poshmark, the fashion mobile marketplace that has boomed in both growth and funding, finally launched its iPad app today.
E-commerce startup Warby Parker adds American Express and J. Crew to its group of investors to continue “disrupting glasses.”
Google’s connected glasses could get more fashionable, with spectacles startup Warby Parker reportedly in talks to help design it.
San Francisco-based Ajent is all about curation, and feeds its users just one “look” per day.
ShoeDazzle is reverting back to what it knows best: helping women find trendy, discounted shoes.
At Paris Fashion Week, technology and fashion collided when a model walked down the runway in a striking 3D printed dress.
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Fashion startup Polyvore is in an enviable position: it has an army of dedicated users importing 2 million items to the site each month, a new iPhone app, and the site pulled in 20 million unique visitors in 2012.
Zindigo collects $4 million for its social commerce platform that lets users open boutiques on Facebook and keep 40% of the profits.
Brazilian e-commerce giant raises $65 million in its fourth round of funding, bringing its two year total to $180 million.