NEW YORK — More than just a novel idea, Katie Nadler’s new members-only e-commerce site, TopShelf, is a blueprint of a start-up.
Hoping to be to fashion what Pandora is to music, TopShelf offers users recommendations based on what they have bought in the past from a variety of sites, not just TopShelf. With a member’s consent, TopShelf will use an OAuth to access previous fashion-related receipts to determine what brands and styles a member would be inclined to buy again. “The idea was born out of the notion that you might not need to see 500 pairs of jeans to find one pair you would like to buy,” she said.
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