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LIV is Kickstarting a beefy and bold chronograph for race lovers – TechCrunch

LIV is Kickstarting a beefy and bold chronograph for race lovers – TechCrunch LIV Watches is a crowdfunding darling with a number of Kickstarted watches under its belt. Now it’s offering a unique set of watches to backers, including the Liv Genesis GX-AC, an automatic chronograph with date. The watch …

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Google and Levi’s ‘connected’ jacket will let you know when your Uber is here – TechCrunch

Google and Levi’s ‘connected’ jacket will let you know when your Uber is here – TechCrunch Remember Project Jacquard? Two years ago, Google showed off its “connected” jean jacket designed largely for bike commuters who can’t fiddle with their phone. The jacket launched this past fall, in partnership with Levi’s, offering …

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Kidbox raises $15.3 million for its personalized children’s clothing box – TechCrunch

Kidbox raises $15.3 million for its personalized children’s clothing box – TechCrunch Kidbox, a clothing-in-a-box startup aimed at a slightly younger crowd than StitchFix, has raised $15.3 million in Series B funding to expand and scale its business. The round was led by Canvas Ventures, and includes participation from existing investors …

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Nike’s Vaporfly Elite FlyPrint leans hard into computational design – TechCrunch

Nike’s Vaporfly Elite FlyPrint leans hard into computational design – TechCrunch Computational design is the hottest phrase in manufacturing and 3D printing at the moment. It’s changing the way people make all kinds of goods, and Nike used it to design and manufacture its new Vaporfly Elite FlyPrint shoe, which it’s …

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TPH raises a Seed round to ride the vintage clothing wave – TechCrunch

A report by US reseller ThredUP estimates that second-hand fashion will soon overtake “fast fashion”, with an expected market worth of $41 billion USD by 2022. According to the site, in 2017 resale equated to six percent of the fashion market, with fast fashion at nine percent. By 2027 however, …

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Gwynnie Bee is bringing subscription clothing rental to traditional retailers with launch of ‘CaaStle’ – TechCrunch

Gwynnie Bee, a subscription service offering women an “unlimited closet” of clothing for rent, believes its model is one that can be expanded to traditional retailers, too. And today, it’s officially taking the wraps off a new technology platform which will allow retailers to offer a subscription clothing rental business …

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CoEdition raises $4 million from NEA and others for its plus-sized shopping site for women – TechCrunch

The average American woman is plus-sized, but only 18 percent of clothing sold in 2016 was size 14 or higher. This disconnect in the world of fashion looked like an opportunity to a team of four former Gilt execs, who are today launching a new e-commerce site, CoEdition. The site …

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