tech startups

“Imagine getting a few dollars back for each purchase of a dress at Asos or a watch at Lazada – or any item, for that matter. That’s the promise of Shopback, a Singapore-based ecommerce cashback startup that’s already offering discounts at over 300 online stores in under a year.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Shopback

“Slutsky [has earned] a spot on The Hollywood Reporter’s 2014 list of top power stylists, which is particularly impressive given that styling is technically only a part-time gig for her. She spends the other half of her time helping run Cinematique, a tech startup that makes videos touchable and shoppable for clients including Net-a-Porter, Nowness, Gap and more.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Sarah Slutsky

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  1. Wearable Tech Fashion Show
    Fashion Week is over, but  Social Media Week is here!
  2. Startup Launches a Fashion-Friendly Google Glass Alternative
    Boston-based Laforge Optical has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for Icis, a line of “fashion-friendly” prescription eyewear that includes a display with a user’s smartphone notifications in their field of vision.
  3. British Fashion Struts its Stuff on the International Catwalk
    Barbara Wilson, fashion specialist at UK Trade & Investment (UKTI), has worked with the likes of Vivienne Westwood and Orla Kiely. She reveals her favorite designer from London Fashion Week and explains how UKTI can help UK designers sell their wares abroad.
  4. Google Launches Fund to Help Later-Stage Startups
    Google launched a new equity fund on Wednesday designed to help later-stage startups just as they reach their critical growth phase.



  1. The World’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies In Style                                                                                                                         From big data to sustainability, these companies are moving the fashion industry forward.
  2. A Mini-Skirt Controlled By Your iPhone: Wearable Tech Lights Up NYFW                                                                                         The future of fashion may be closer then we think, as CuteCircuit presented their wearable tech collection for fall 2014 at New York Fashion Week. The ready-to-wear collection defined innovation in the interactive fashion, as models on the runway controlled the clothing with their iPhones.
  3. London Fashion Week Arrives                                                                                                                                                        London Fashion Week has arrived – a five-day extravaganza known for producing some of the world’s most exciting and dynamic fashion talents.
  4. U.S. Tech Startups: An Endangered Species?                                                                                                                                          A steady decline in start-up rates within the technology sector, one that briefly reversed course with the dot-com boom in the late 90s, resumed at the turn of the century and is now plummeting faster than ever, according to a new study released Tuesday by the Kauffman Foundation, a research organization.