The first 100 pairs will be sold via lottery and will be available in two women’s styles with six custom accent colors for $199.
The round follows a $5.6 million seed round raised in 2013, bringing the company’s total current funding to $13.5 million.
The new app allows designers to turn images into prints.
The site will debut silk dresses on Tuesday.
The alt-fashion e-tailer will debut a new doll, Kandi, styled after a modern-day candy raver plucked from the electronic dance music underground.
Lightspeed is now processing $10 billion in annual transactions and reports a 123 percent increase in year-over-year bookings.
The New York Times Magazine launched the first in a new event series Sunday evening in San Francisco at the Contemporary Jewish Museum. Times journalists and Silicon Valley types talked technology.
Third Wave Fashion, a consulting firm and think tank, is launching Third Wave Magazine, a quarterly print and digital publication.
San Francisco dress rental start-up StyleLend released an iPhone app this week and, with it, a new peer-to-peer direction focused on connecting women who live near each other.
Northern California home brand Serena & Lily debuted its first foray into women’s fashion this week with the arrival of a capsule collection for spring.
3rd annual report highlights most-searched for brands, fastest-selling items as online resale and more.
The biggest challenge companies producing made-to-measure fashion face may be their own customers, often tasked with the tricky-to-perfect and time-consuming chore of taking and submitting their own measurements.