Shoes of Prey co-founder Jodie Fox when her startup was in full flight. Jodie Fox was 27 when she launched her bespoke footwear startup, Shoes of Prey in 2009, with her former husband Michael Fox and their university mate Mike Knapp. The business allowed consumers to create bespoke shoes at a fraction of the cost… Read more »
Custom footwear startup Shoes of Prey has stopped taking orders as it looks to “actively assess” its options.
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Shoes of Prey closes US$15.5 million Series B round with US retailer Nordstrom on board as equity partner
Shoes of Prey is developing a habit of going into Christmas with a lot of cash in its pockets. Last December the startup announced that it had raised a US$5.5 million Series A to help further its expansion into the US market, and this year it’s almost tripled that, closing a US$15.5 million Series B round led by BlueSky Venture Capital, with Greycroft and US retailer Nordstrom coming on board as equity partners.
If I had to give out awards for the best dressed people on the startup scene, my award for best dressed couple would have to go to the Foxy Foxes! – Entrepreneurs Jodie and Michael Fox ooze style so it makes sense they are leading the Fashion Tech scene in Australia.