Stylitics, the leading AI-powered visual merchandising and outfit recommendation platform, today announced its acceptance into the prestigious Lafayette Plug and Play business accelerator. Participation in the program further extends Stylitics coverage internationally and among French and European e-commerce markets.
Based in the heart of Paris, Lafayette Plug and Play is a ground-breaking innovation platform designed to boost the next generation of retail and fashion companies. Created by the Galeries Lafayette Groupe in partnership with Silicon Valley-based startup accelerator Plug and Play Tech Center, the three-month program connects first-class startups with leading industry corporations to make a positive impact on retail innovation. Stylitics is the only American company, as well as one of the few later-stage startups, among the 17 B2B solution providers selected to participate in ‘Batch 7’ of the fall session.
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“Stylitics is honored to have been selected by Lafayette Plug and Play. Our inclusion in this program demonstrates the need to continue evolving retail and e-commerce with more personalized, visual shopping experiences,” said Rohan Deuskar, founder and CEO of Stylitics. “We are proud to be part of such a remarkable program that fosters innovation as a pillar of business culture by bringing together top corporations with cutting-edge technology to lead retail transformation.”
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Using a combination of both artificial intelligence and human stylists, Stylitics provides more than a dozen look-based shopping experiences, including Visual Outfit Recommendations, Complete the Look, Shop the Model, Mix & Match, and Gift Galleries, to aide in product discovery and create more personalized, dynamic shopping environments.
Stylitics works with more than 30 of the top 1000 retailers and brands including Ann Taylor, Calvin Klein, Chico’s, Gap, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Under Armour, and White House Black Market.
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