We’re on a journey to make fashion smarter, giving fashion-lovers the best possible online retail experience and making sure every item of clothing is worn. Going forward, we’ll be sharing more about our conscious roadmap and responsible choices.
This is usually a busy month for the luxury industry. Not long after glossy fashion magazines publish their all-important September issues, thousands of retail buyers, journalists and clients embark on a tour of New York, London, Milan and Paris. Rolling from city to city to attend fashion weeks, they decide the trends that will power a global luxury goods market worth hundreds of billions — in 2019, 281 billion euros, or $334 billion.
In 2013, Netherlands-natives and recent grads Milan Daniels and Max Klijnstra launched a somewhat successful sweater brand in Amsterdam. The two were selling thousands of sweaters in over 20 countries, and doing 4-6 collections per year. What they eventually noticed, however, was that their warehouse was filled with a vast amount of items from previous collections, even after they’d already done their sale.
We’re on an ongoing journey to make fashion smarter, giving fashion-lovers the best possible online retail experience and making sure every item of clothing is worn. Going forward, we decided to communicate more about our roadmap and responsible choices to be as transparent as possible.
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