Virtual model gives consumers 360° view of mixed and matched fashions
Online fashion retailers have tried many different ways to give consumers a better idea of what their clothes will actually look like, and we’ve already seen digital fitting rooms such as Estonia’s Fits.me. Now Russia-based Suit Up is showing that the concept may be gaining ground by attracting interest from big brands with its virtual 360-degree modelling platform that enables consumers to mix and match items. READ MORE…

Virtual model gives consumers 360° view of mixed and matched fashions

Online fashion retailers have tried many different ways to give consumers a better idea of what their clothes will actually look like, and we’ve already seen digital fitting rooms such as Estonia’s Fits.me. Now Russia-based Suit Up is showing that the concept may be gaining ground by attracting interest from big brands with its virtual 360-degree modelling platform that enables consumers to mix and match items. READ MORE…

Online trading brings social engagement to fashion shopping experience
While retail outlets are finding increasing success in taking the shopping experience online, the search goes on for a compelling social shopping experience, allowing users to interact with one another as well as their favorite brands. TheStyleCure is one website that has recently tried to help shoppers easily share their potential purchases with friends through Facebook, and now Little Black Bag aims to get shoppers to exchange the products themselves. READ MORE…

Online trading brings social engagement to fashion shopping experience

While retail outlets are finding increasing success in taking the shopping experience online, the search goes on for a compelling social shopping experience, allowing users to interact with one another as well as their favorite brands. TheStyleCure is one website that has recently tried to help shoppers easily share their potential purchases with friends through Facebook, and now Little Black Bag aims to get shoppers to exchange the products themselves. READ MORE…

Fashion portal handles online sales for small boutiques


We’ve already seen several companies offer combined grocery deliveries from multiple local shops — London-based Hubbub was the most recent example — and now Danish Miinto is doing something similar for fashion boutiques in the online world. Targeting small retail stores without e-commerce efforts of their own, Miinto offers an online shopping site that enables participating boutiques to sell to a global audience. READ MORE…

Fashion portal handles online sales for small boutiques

We’ve already seen several companies offer combined grocery deliveries from multiple local shops — London-based Hubbub was the most recent example — and now Danish Miinto is doing something similar for fashion boutiques in the online world. Targeting small retail stores without e-commerce efforts of their own, Miinto offers an online shopping site that enables participating boutiques to sell to a global audience. READ MORE…

Live salespeople demonstrate products online

It’s not uncommon for e-commerce sites to offer live chat with  salespeople, but Swedish telecoms operator 3 Sweden is now taking that  premise several steps further. Through a custom multi-touch interface,  the company’s new 3LiveShop offering aims to provide customers with the same personalized service they’d get at its bricks-and-mortar stores. READ MORE…

Live salespeople demonstrate products online

It’s not uncommon for e-commerce sites to offer live chat with salespeople, but Swedish telecoms operator 3 Sweden is now taking that premise several steps further. Through a custom multi-touch interface, the company’s new 3LiveShop offering aims to provide customers with the same personalized service they’d get at its bricks-and-mortar stores. READ MORE…