Have you ever experienced the headache and veritable wild goose chase of trying to track down your dream dress at an affordable price? How about that time you saved for three months to purchase that to-die-for Michael Kors bag, only to find it sold out when you were ready to purchase?
New Aussie streetwear label Bloodless is set to give young rebels a cause. On the first Monday of every month, Bloodless releases a limited edition in-house range of T-shirts that’s connected to a local change-maker in a developing nation. Each collection provides the change-maker with the seed capital they need to kickstart their initiative.
Combine eBay and Pinterest, and what you get is Infinite Wardrobe. Launched last Tuesday, the Brisbane-based startup gives Australians the freedom to buy and sell their clothes and accessories with mere taps on their iPhones. Best part is, there are no commissions or membership fees to pay. But what’s the catch? There is none.
Two Australian National University graduates Sanchit Baweja and Yashas Alur have taken on major player Institchu, and launched their own online store for customisable, tailor-made men’s suits. Their point-of-difference? Quality. And when buying with your instincts online, guaranteed quality matters.