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.
The Israeli startup makes mobile fashion games that give brands the opportunity to get their merchandise in front of style-savvy consumers.
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.
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.
Google’s connected glasses could get more fashionable, with spectacles startup Warby Parker reportedly in talks to help design it.
Zindigo collects $4 million for its social commerce platform that lets users open boutiques on Facebook and keep 40% of the profits.
Rent the Runway raises $20 million to give Cinderella moments to everyone.
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Online men’s clothing brand Frank & Oak raises $5M
New York fashion and beauty media company StyleCaster has acquired Daily Makeover, another New York-based digital property focused on combining beauty and technology.
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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.”