If you’re one of those girls who have a wardrobe full of clothes but nothing they’d wear, here’s a solution for you.
Tokyo-based Origami has raised JPY 1.6 billion in series B funding, led by SoftBank Group, Credit Saison, and angel investor Makoto Takano.
Started by one of India’s most successful women entrepreneurs, LimeRoad aims to help Indian women find the sweet spot between traditional beauty and modern looks.
Online Fashion store Zalora just turned three. The company, born out of the Rocket Internet family in early 2012, is headquartered in Singapore and also operates in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, Indo...
This Chinese startup will help you try on clothes online by 3D-scanning your body, and it just got funded
I recently decided it was time to upgrade my wardrobe – I’m pushing 30 and my closet was filled with altogether too many graphic tees. I do most of my shopping online, so that’s where I went to buy so...
More disposable income is increasing the demand for luxury products in India, but access to luxury brands is limited. Snapdeal wants to change that equation.
Wooplr lets users discover fashion and food products they like, find what’s trending around them through photographs, and recommend those to their friends and the community.
The founder was deeply impacted by the story of a young girl who had disguised herself as a boy for 12 years in order to be allowed to attend school.
"By championing more local players, some of whom are not able to reach the masses easily, we are able to offer a far greater array of products then the current offering,” the founder explains.
VIP Plaza co-founder Tesong Kim announces a new Malaysia office and talks about a global expansion for the fast-moving flash fashion site.
Moko is a Chinese online marketplace for models that’s combined with a fashion community.
The startup aims to own the whole supply chain. Investors include US rapper Nas.
A group of Pakistani entrepreneurs is taking to Kickstarter today to turn their startup idea into a fashion brand.
VIP Plaza is moving really fast in Indonesia. In just six months, the team has grown to a 75-man team. And they’re still aggressively hiring for more talents.
It's high time for T-shirts in the fragrant harbour.
WeChat, China’s most popular mobile messaging app, has already become a handy tool for businesses in China to engage with Chinese customers.