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What Made This Fashion Marketplace To Acqui-Hired These 3 Startups

With acqui-hiring, this eCommerce venture also plans to launch a marketplace for designers & boutiques.

Ritu Kochar

3 Reasons Why Big Data Is The Next Big Thing In The Fashion Industry

Tom Ford's revolutionary and game changing move that flew in the face of the venerable fashion industry tradition

Vinil Ramdev

Any Colour You Like, Featuring Startups!

A dress that changes color from an Android app.

Ritu Kochar

10 Fashion, Design & Retail Companies to Watch - Entrepreneur's Brilliant 100

Fans of accessories, food, shoes or formal attire and more should keep their eyes on these startups.

5 Fascinating Facts About the Visionary Behind Chanel No. 5

Coco Chanel, a French orphan, recreated herself into one of the world's most iconic and famous designers who invented a look, a brand and an empire that flourishes to this day.

Carolyn Sun

How an Unlikely Clothing Brand Is Sewing Up an Untapped Market

This fashion label is loved by country folks and city slickers.

Jason Daley

How a Thirst for Fashion Is Driving Sales for This Hot Accessory

Stylish stainless-steal water bottles have earned celebrities and high-end stores as fans.

Dina Mishev

KAS New York: A dreamer's journey from Finance to Fashion

Venturing into the world of entrepreneurship came natural to Kirat. He soon quit his banking job to follow his heart.

Swadha Mishra

Men's Jeans That Fit the Woman and the Times

At a time when the national conversation about gender and sexuality is at fever pitch, one couple has created a line of jeans that look masculine but are designed to fit women.

Carly Okyle

How Greats Footwear Puts Its Best Foot Forward

A modern footwear company reimagines classic styles.

Jason Ankeny

These 'Dressy' Sweatpants Are Killing It on Kickstarter

The menswear brand Public Rec was launched by a sweatpants aficionado on a mission to make loungewear look less like PJs.

One Direct-to-Consumer Company's Secrets to Success

Luxury handbag maker Dagne Dover has seen more than $1 million in direct-to-consumer sales through its online store.