InStitchu has raised $3 million in a strategic investment from suit manufacturer Dayang Group that will see Dayang become the startup’s production partner.
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.
While we know Showpo for its millennial fashion and social media presence, Lu has been working behind the scenes on something that is sure to turn heads.
Lustr wants to connect fashion-forward shoppers directly to emerging designers through a matchmaking algorithm, and help designers crowdsource feedback on their upcoming collections.
Saibu no Akuma is a fashion technology brand that focuses on providing its customers a bespoke menswear experience in regards to shirting and suiting. Heavily influenced by menswear and street-wear, the brand has traditionally been a face-to-face operation in a studio or a shop.
FashionTech startup Mon Purse is proving itself to be a rising star in the mass customisation market with its platform that allows users to design their own handbags, clutches and totes.