Data analytics is at the backbone of Stitch Fix’s business model – a personalised online shopper for men and women. The company has experienced tremendous growth over the last few years.
ASOS, the UK-based fashion platform, is a two-sided platform that connects shoppers to third-party vendors as well as their private label.
When even iPhones did not exist – is when Burberry started thinking of Digital Transformation. The journey that this 100+ years old company took is inspiring and tells us what a winner looks like in this world of Digital Darwinism.
From personal passion blog to street style and digital media authority, Highsnobiety created a one stop shop for 18-24 year old affluent, style-seeking males and built a B2B brand services business to show everyone else how to do it.
Stitch fix leverages its algorithm to revolutionize not only the way customers shops for clothes online, but also how they perceive fashion trends and identify their own style.
In early 2015, Gap Inc. CEO Art Peck fired all of the company’s creative directors, claiming they were “false messiahs” for the company. Instead, Peck wanted to move the company to a decentralized data-driven approach to design and product development […]
With a core competency in data analytics, Stitch Fix has ambitions to become the world's leading personal styling service.
As the death knell sounds for traditional fashion retailers, the UK-based digital native is making considerable strides both on- and off-line.
Though they will have to be wary of competitors in the market in the coming years, Farfetch seems to have found the recipe for success as a platform in the e-commerce fashion space.
How Nordstrom is investing in digital technology to delight customers