Victoria’s Secret has an opportunity to double down on a more sustainable supply chain while catering to changing consumer preferences
3D knit printing has the potential to disrupt the retail clothing industry, and Ministry of Supply is leading out in front.
Founded by two graduates of Harvard Business School, Rent the Runway (“RTR”) is an e-commerce business which is trying to transform the way in which women (particularly millennials) consume fashion. Specifically, the company is using technology to move towards a shared economy for clothing and accessories, encouraging women to rent (as opposed to buy).
Bonobos, the “perfect fit” men apparel retailer, has evolved its operating model from e-commerce only to a combination of e-commerce and showrooms.
Have you every though about the fact that there is an actual industry that specializes in the manufacturing of labels for the garment industry?
“For nearly 40 years, Patagonia has prided itself on selling high-quality, high-performance outdoor apparel to dirt bags.”
Combatant Gentleman is helping today's young professions get a leg up in the office.
Actually listening to what your customers want and investing in the R&amp;D to make that happen can lead to continued long term financial success.
Indochino is an online men’s custom suiting company whose business and operating models have aligned strongly to help it disrupt the traditional custom suit industry. What began as an online-only company has evolved to offer in-person shopping experiences for suits that are sourced globally and shipped direct to the customer.
Kiton prides itself on sourcing the best fabrics and making the finest clothes in the world. It's operating model is designed to ensure nothing produced is less than perfect.