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Tagwalk Wants to Be the Google of Fashion You may not have heard of it, but this French start-up says it has created fashion’s first search engine. Image
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Tagwalk Wants to Be the Google of Fashion The Paris-based start-up calls itself the world’s first fashion search engine, and counts Carmen Busquets as a co-founding investor.
Alexandra Van Houtte: ‘I want to be the Google of fashion’ Meet the 28-year-old entrepreneur behind the industry’s smartest search engine
Sometimes an idea seems so simple that most people can only see pitfalls. That’s what happened when Alexandra Van Houtte first pitched tag-walk.com to what turned out to be her toughest crowd: her family. Her vision was to build an online resource that stocked every look from every show in the four main fashion capitals, and additionally, group them into themes and trends.
Alexandra Van Houtte, 27 ans, a créé en 2016 le site Tagwalk, sorte de Google de la mode, dont le om s'est répandu comme une traînée de poudre.
The Venezuelan businesswoman has come on board as a founding investor of the web site, billed as the first free online search engine for fashion shows and accessories.
Le site de recherche que tous les professionnels attendaient a été créé par une franco-anglaise de 27 ans. Une petite révolution.
Tagwalk Wants To Become The Google For Fashion FASHION ASSISTANTS, YOUR JOB JUST GOT EASIER.