InStitchu has raised $3 million in a strategic investment from suit manufacturer Dayang Group that will see Dayang become the startup’s production partner.
The idea for Speqs and its virtual try on solution came from cofounder Bjorn Russell’s experience playing around with the L’Oreal Makeup Genius app.
Sydney dress rental startup GlamCorner has raised $4.2 million in a funding round led by existing investor AirTree Ventures with participation from investors including Marshall Investments, Sass & Bide cofounder Sarah-Jane Clarke, and Giant Leap, a fund focused on impact businesses.
A growing number of niche platforms are tapping into the opportunities within the peer to peer model, with one being Designerex.
For any woman who has seen pictures of impeccably-dressed celebrities and thought picking out an outfit every morning would be much easier if they too had a personal stylist helping them shop for clothes and piece a look together, Mildura startup Your Style Revolution wants to bridge that gap and make obtaining styling advice more accessible. Founded […]
Integrated into an online retailer’s website, the To Me Love Me tool will help shoppers find the right fit on their first go.
RMyer has announced ‘Catwalk to Cart’, a new online platform offering a Tinder-like approach for guests attending the Myer runways to buy clothes.
Sydney startup Revoir is more than just a listing service, instead taking the consignment model online to be a store itself.
In 2015 Pip, along with her brother-in-law Ian Smith, decided to launch a new venture they both say was 120 years in the making. Together they launched Love Merino, an ecommerce / ethical fashion startup. It’s a company that represents the hard work of over six generations of Smiths that have lived and worked on the farm, laying the foundations to be able to produce a premium wool product through their approach to how they farmed the land and cared for the animals.
Founded in 1932 by Reginald Murray Williams, the brand R.M. Williams is one of our country’s most recognised lifestyle brands, sitting comfortably next to the likes of other iconic brand names like Akubra, Driza-Bone, and Hard Yakka on the world stage.
Melbourne-based startup Hospital Glamour is an online fashion store for hospital gowns that provide hospital patients with style and practicality. The gowns revamp the old outdated hospital gown with fun and colourful prints, giving people more dignity upon their hospital stay.
Sydney startup Kent and Lime provides men with their very own fashion kits catered to suit their style and the current fashion trends.
Lustr wants to connect fashion-forward shoppers directly to emerging designers through a matchmaking algorithm, and help designers crowdsource feedback on their upcoming collections.
Digital shopping platform Referboard drives sales and brand awareness through peer-to-peer referrals of online content from clothes, to furniture, hotels and restaurants. The platform can be best described as when Pinterest met Shopify.
Manchester-based startup Pretty Little Thing was launched in 2012 by Umar Kamani, who grew up surrounded by fashion – his father is the founder of online fashion retailer Boohoo.com.