Zara has disrupted the industry through its “fast fashion” model in the last years. While traditional players design their collections more than 5 months in advance, Zara is able to bring the latest trends from the catwalks and the streets to the stores in less than 4 weeks
“Stitch Fix is squarely at the intersection of both online and offline (so hot right now) and human and algorithm (even hotter)” – WSJ
Tailoritaly, a recently founded online fashion platform, relies on an existing network of manufacturers and on a JIT production process to offer high-quality, customized made-in-Italy products
Everlane can be summed up in their 9-word mission: “Know your factories. Know your costs. Always ask why.” This transparency is the key driver of both their business model and operating model.
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ZARA has developed a large-scale, super-fast supply chain to allow it to capitalize on trends as soon as they happen.
By leveraging existing talent and content, Like to Know It has generated millions of dollars in sales for themselves, bloggers, and retailers.
H&M has become one of the leading fast fashion companies using its supply chain and techonology as core competitive advantages.