Does the lifestyle shopper in India want more trusted brands and a better shopping experience or more affordable choices? Two fashion startups that just got fun...
Korean-made beauty products are, to put it lightly, something of a big deal. Skin creams, moisturizers, makeup, and other products from the country are seen as ...
Korean startups are turning heads from major accelerators, but one key ingredient they’re missing could stop them from going global.
In 2009, two years after Vietnam joined the World Trade Organization (WTO), Fashion4Freedom (F4F) was founded by Vietnamese-American LanVy Nguyen to create a so...
The Japanese company behind fashion ecommerce darling Zozotown is leading this investment round.
Morikawa Akira left Line in April, and now he’s back to square one with a video platform startup that might just shush the haters.
Decoded Fashion pitted hometown heroes against US challengers in Japan's first fashion-meets-tech pitch competition. Who came out on top?
When you see a pair of beautiful shoes in a shop window, your heart can’t help but skip a beat. You go into the store and take a peek at the price tag. You know...
The site began in a garage with a microscopic budget. However, Indonesian actress Alice Norin is 8wood’s co-founder, with a slew of social media followers.
Japanese startup Standing Ovation received $1.1 million in its second round of funding to grow its app, XZ Closet, a social media platform for women's fashion.
For Decoded Fashion’s first event in Asia, five startups will compete for a chance to demo their product or service at an Isetan department store.
As a fresh college graduate, Shota Horii spent a lot of time looking at women’s blogs. He wasn’t personally interested; Horii worked in online ad placement at A...
The Shanghai-based startup designs and produces 3D-printed press-on nails and then sells them around the world.
Venture is valued at $500K.
Voonik is a personal shopping assistant that suggests clothes, accessories, and footwear based on user’s body, skin tone, lifestyle, and budget.
The money will go towards Glamrs, a beauty portal that wants to find India’s Michelle Phan.
Apart from helping users design their own apparels, sell them and make money, this Bengaluru-based startup also raises money for a social cause.
Beauty products are a $426 bn industry worldwide. This entrepreneur wants a piece of that.