By and  on August 30, 2017

Working at a start-up holds a certain allure: creative office space where people can work standing up or even take naps; a democratic environment where all voices — from the founder to the intern — matter, with everyone working toward a higher purpose. Oh, and failure isn’t necessarily a bad thing — in fact, it’s often encouraged.

Now that mind-set is seeping through the fashion world, including the failure part, and for myriad reasons — not the least of which is to better compete for talent against the techies, not to mention attract consumers who have a tech outlook all their own.

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