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How I Get It Done: Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake

Posted by The Cut, By Sarah Spellings, December 30, 2019

"I felt so strongly that the way people were shopping was not going to be the future. I was like, there’s no way that the future of buying jeans is going to be spending a day at the mall or even searching online."

Marie Claire’s 7th Annual New Guard

Posted by Megan DiTrolio, Bobbie Gossage, And Leena Rao, October 17, 2019

This year, in honor of Marie Claire's 25th anniversary, our New Guard list is all about women who have celebrated their own milestones. The storied ambition gap? You won’t find it here. Instead, prepare yourself for a massive dose of career inspiration.

Stitch Fix UK Launches In House Brands

Posted by Drapers: By Isabella Fish, October 3, 2019

Online personal styling service Stitch Fix UK has today launched five in-house women’s and menswear labels for the first time.

Need Some Fashion Advice? Just Ask the Algorithm

Posted by Arielle Pardes , September 12, 2019

At Stitch Fix, the online personal styling service, finding the right thing to wear is as much about fashion as it is about data. The company has hired over 100 data scientists to build a robust set of algorithms that determine everything from the size, silhouette, and style of each item that shows up on a client's doorstep.

Rebecca Minkoff Teams Up with Stitch Fix on Size-Inclusive Capsule Collection Just in Time for NYFW

Posted by Brittany Talarico, September 9, 2019

Rebecca Minkoff is a New York Fashion Week mainstay. Each season, she’s at the forefront of what the modern female shopper really wants in her closet whether it’s a faux fur coat or a snakeskin bag — or just to be seen when it comes to an inclusive size range. And her latest endeavor is rooted in that spirit of inclusivity and fashion for all. This season, the designer announced her continued partnership with online personal styling service, Stitch Fix, revealing that they’ve teamed up to launch their first-ever, size-inclusive capsule collection timed to her New York Fashion Week show.

Not just for the A-list: how personal stylists are becoming retailers’ secret weapons

Posted by The Telegraph, September 9, 2019

Money cannot buy you style - or so the case used to be. Then in the early 2000s came personal stylists, who would, for a fee, help high-powered and high-profile women dress well for work and red carpet events. Celebrities once absent from magazine fashion pages started topping best-dressed lists, and the talents behind those looks - Rachel Zoe, Elizabeth Saltzman, Kate Young - became famous in their own right. But now those services are being built into luxury shopping platforms in a bid to retain the ultra-high-net-worth shoppers who keep them afloat.

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