The biggest challenge for the e-commerce apparel category is the lack of a fitting room that allows online shoppers to “try before they buy”.
Fits.me, the innovative biorobotics and virtual fitting room company for e-commerce clothing retailers and shoppers alike, announced last week the official launch
Tesco, the UK's largest retailer, has launched virtual window shopping for its F&F range at three of its stores in London.
By teaming up with technology firm Aurasma, Tesco will display posters of F&F clothing in the windows of Covent Garden, Dean Street and Tooley Street flagship
Usually public toilets, and chemical toilets in particular, never reserve nice surprises. You get in, and you try to get out as soon as possible. The story of this chemical toilet installed in Milan during the recent Design Week is different. It’s an IKEA toilet
Facebook is constantly absorbing our real-life data that we contribute to the social network, but one Brazilian clothing store is taking Facebook’s data and throwing it back into the physical world.
The store, C&A, is putting ” real-time Likes” counters on its hangers in retail locations
These new interactive tables are being trialled in the US as part of retail display project. When shoppers place their hands under the light or move products from an interactive table they are given a set of options including reviews, product details and sizes.
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I absolutely love this store design. True to it's core values and offering a sensory appeal that so many high street stores lack.
The wonderful Candy Store in Melbourne blends the worlds of imagination and illustration to create a fantastical environment that just leaps from the page
IKEA is making its move into the mobile shopping game by piloting a new app in Canada that aims to enhance the customer experience. It brings store information right to their fingertips, enabling them to browse IKEA’s range of furnishings and items, check stock availability
Elle has launched a shoppable trend guide on Facebook in the latest of several ecommerce initiatives within the magazine industry.
The guide, embedded as a tab on Elle's FaceBook page invites shoppers to navigate across six editorially chosen spring trends, including floral, nautical and ladylike.
Users can click “love,”
Instead of adding another “happy birthday!” comment to your friends’ Facebook walls, a startup called Wrapp wants you to post a free gift certificate for stores such as Gap, Sephora or H&M — as long as your friend meets the brand’s target demographic.
Brands offer gift