Fashion app Poshmark can afford diamonds and pearls now. The company just got a $12 million second round of funding led by Menlo Park Ventures.
Rent the Runway raises $20 million to give Cinderella moments to everyone.
Today, the fashion-tech startup has launched its iPhone app, with an Android and tablet offering on the way.
Wholesale fashion buying platform Balluun raises $3.8M to connect designers with retailers.
It is a scientific fact that beautiful women make men dumber. It was entirely to test this theory that I accepted a video interview with supermodel Tyra Banks about her new iPhone app.
Hey bro. We’ve noticed you’re looking a tad gauche lately. And since half of being smart is being sexy, apparently, we’ve got a solution for ya: Fourth and Grand.
Zando raises €20 million for its fashion e-commerce website.
Pinterest competitor The Fancy got a little fancier today when it took on $26 million in a new round of funding, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
10 style startups will compete for $65K at The Fashion Pitch in London.
Women’s online publication DailyCandy releases a new mobile app.
Fashion resale marketplace Tradesy launches with $1.5 million in funding under its belt.
Bow and Drape lets women custom-design and tailor their own clothing online.
New York fashion and beauty media company StyleCaster has acquired Daily Makeover, another New York-based digital property focused on combining beauty and technology.
What’s your style? However you fill in that blank, ThreadMatcher wants to help you find more of what you love and buy it online, quickly and easily.
Editor’s Pick The internet has fundamentally changed the experience of Fashion Week and made it accessible to all.
Social e-commerce site The Fancy now offers a monthly subscription service
After spending the first ten years of her working life in the fashion industry, Landa moved from fashion to technology. She’s become one of the most influential connectors in Silicon Valley, and has helped, invested in, or worked with over a thousand startups.
Fashion and beauty media company StyleCaster has launched a new web destination called The Vivant, a site dedicated to young people obsessed with travel, luxury, and “the good life.”
You know that feeling when you’re in the fitting room, you try on that perfect item, and your friends jaws just drop? Boutine wants to capture that feeling, and bring it online.
Online fashion retailer Nasty Gal raises $40 million in its second round of funding from Index Ventures
Social commerce site Little Black Bag raised $8 million in its second round of financing.
In another example of venture capital’s growing interest in Brazil, Intel Capital has announced that it has invested an undisclosed amount in ELike.
Bodymetrics is announcing a new service today that maps your body exactly so that you can have much better-fitting clothes when you go shopping at physical retail stores.
Social shopping app Poshmark is letting users create showrooms out of their favorite fashion items to help give style newbies a little direction.
A new outfit, as often as you want it, with accessories, for only $49/month.
That’s what new fashion rental startup Le Tote is offering young urban women. And the founders are hoping that women’s rich history of sharing clothes will make the company as successful as some other rental successes.
Crowdsourcing is hot. Flipflops are cool (at least in summer). And charity is always in fashion. Put all three together, and you’ve pretty much got FlyingFlips.
500,000 new users each month? $76 million just closed in second round funding? Maybe not quite all in a day’s work for JustFab’s chief executive Adam Goldberg, but it is in character for an entrepreneur who started his first company at age 16.
Totsy, an ecommerce site dedicated to offering deals for parents, babies, and kids raised $18.5 million in its second round of financing.
Fashion startup Lyst raised $5 million in a first round of funding led by one of the biggest venture capital firms in Europe, DFJ Esprit, as well as Accel Partners.
Social fashion site Chicismo officially launched today and announced it has raised $800,000 in initial investment.
Fashion-focused media company StyleCaster will launch a proprietary ad platform in mid-January that will challenge Condé Nast, Glam Media and third-party ad networks, the company revealed today.
Fashion-focused media company StyleCaster has raised $1 million in a new bridge round from investors including Zynga chief mobile officer David Ko and Zynga board member and former MySpace CEO Owen Van Natta. The move will help the startup make further inroads with Silicon Alley and Silicon Valley.
The smartphone has been at the center of the Occupy Wall Street movement, just as it has played a pivotal role in the Arab Spring. And while the cameras in phones have recorded some of the movement’s most searing images, a growing number of apps are helping protest participants communicate and coordinate with one another.
JustFabulous, an online style of the month club, announced a $33 million first round of funding from Matrix Partners today and the addition of fashion mogul and celebrity Kimora Lee Simmons (pictured right) as the company’s new president and creative director.
Today Go Try It On, an iOS app and web site for giving and receiving opinions on outfits, announced its first round of funding, $3 million from Index Ventures, Len Blavatnik and Alex Zubillaga.