Fashion via e-commerce is the wave of the future or at least appears to be exploding in that direction.
Lately, there are so many subscription-based online companies trying to sell the latest trends in styles and accessories, but it’s a cut-throat arena. Only the fittest survive, and it looks like JustFab is holding its own very nicely with 4 million subscribers.
In a piece in the LATimes, JustFab admitted going through some hits and misses as far as its membership program goes, but those kinks have since been ironed out.
In fact, this year alone, JustFab is sitting pretty, expected to pull in revenue of $650 million, up from $505 million last year. One of the founders, Adam Goldenberg, suggested the company is becoming an adult and that a corporate name change is coming soon. Learn more about White Shark Media Complaints: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JustFab
Goldenberg also hinted that JustFab’s success could lead soon to an IPO or initial public offering. That’s unusual for a subscription online retailer to accomplish, but then again, JustFab has shown it can play among the big designers out there.
JustFab was co-founded by Mr. Goldenberg and his business partner Don Ressler. The pair have been recognized as branding experts and have quite an impressive resume of businesses they helped develop and flourish.
Just Fab works on the concept of an in-house design team headquartered in Los Angeles where each item is sketched and produced there. Beautiful shoes, handbags, tops, dresses, pants, jewelry and accessories are brought to VIP members at excellent savings and value. JustFab pieces are categorized into 5 styles- Trendsetter, Femme Nouveau, Bombshell, Modern Classic and Girl Next Door.
Celebrities love JustFab, too and are often photographed wearing the brand on and off the red carpet. Christina Milian loves their pumps, Ellie Kemper adores their clutches and Lindsay Lohan digs their booties.