The LendMyTrend platform allows lenders to list their clothing themselves and manage all bookings, or use the LMT Collective concierge service.
Kusaga Athletic was born out of the frustration with the poor quality of shirts given out to hundreds of thousands of participants at global races and events each year.
New Zealand startup Little Yellow Bird believes that we should be giving serious thought to where our work uniforms are coming from and how they are being produced.
Looking to link the peer-to-peer concept to fashion is Mackenzie Casey, who has developed and launch HUMM, a dress rental marketplace for women.
Sydney startup Still White helps women sell their used wedding dresses to brides-to-be.
Just over a year after Australian startup 99dresses shut down, a new similar service has launched – so similar it’s even borrowing half of the other startup’s name. 99closets is another app which allows users to easily buy and sell their clothing.
Like all good startup stories, Stylerunner started from a kitchen table and an internet connection, the initial set up was a little more than most ecommerce sites, with the Stevanja sisters deciding to back their gut instincts from the start paying a premium of around $2000 to secure the domain stylerunner.com – it was a strategic desicion that has paid off.
After spotting a gap in the resources, transport and construction industries for workwear tailored to pregnant women, 27-year-old Kym Clark left her $130,000 job to solve the problem. Launched in July, She’s Empowered is Australia’s first business to offer comfortable, safety-compliant high-vis shirts with box pleats to allow for the growth of pregnant bellies.