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Stitch Fix



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About Stitch Fix

Stitch Fix is a personal styling service that delivers a personalized Fix of accessibly priced items directly to doors across the United States. Stitch Fix hand picks pieces for each client, to ultimately help them look and feel their best. Stitch Fix works with over 200 brands, from up-and-coming labels to more established designers.

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1 Montgomery Street Suite 1500

San Francisco, California, 94104,

United States


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Stitch Fix Patents

Stitch Fix has filed 20 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Machine learning
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Recommender systems
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Body shape, Educational psychology, Bioinformatics, Psychometrics, Learning


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Body shape, Educational psychology, Bioinformatics, Psychometrics, Learning



Latest Stitch Fix News

Stitch Fix Woes Amplify: CFO Departure, Weak Fiscal Q2 Send Shares Down

Mar 8, 2023

But equally or perhaps even more significant is the revelation that chief financial officer Dan Jedda will follow Spaulding, founder Katrina Lake’s successor, out the door. The CEO’s departure was revealed in January, as the company looked to more employment surgery: After cutting staffing last year, the company aimed to stave off the financial bleed by eliminating 20 percent of salaried positions and shuttering its Salt Lake City warehouse. Last year, Stitch Fix chalked up its woes to two factors: The company’s Freestyle direct-buy business clearly didn’t take off the way it hoped, but it also blamed heavy discounting by apparel retailers. Stores were looking to rid excess inventory, as consumer spending locked onto rising food and energy costs. None of that has changed, and even with Lake temporarily stepping back in at the helm, it doesn’t appear that will make a meaningful difference. The company issued weak guidance for the third quarter, with revenue projected between $385 million and $395 million. That means only the very upper end of the range could possibly meet analysts’ expectation of $394 million. Sales for the full fiscal year, which ends on July 29, doesn’t look any better. Executives peg that it will come in between $1.625 billion to $1.645 billion, which would be shy of the $1.647 billion estimated. Wall Street made its disappointment known, sending shares down more than 4 percent in after-hours trading. As for Jedda, he will remain until April 3, giving David Aufderhaar, senior vice president of finance, roughly a one-month transition period. Tags

Stitch Fix Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Stitch Fix's headquarters?

    Stitch Fix's headquarters is located at 1 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.

  • What is Stitch Fix's latest funding round?

    Stitch Fix's latest funding round is IPO.

  • How much did Stitch Fix raise?

    Stitch Fix raised a total of $46.75M.

  • Who are the investors of Stitch Fix?

    Investors of Stitch Fix include Baseline Ventures, Benchmark, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Western Technology Investment.

  • Who are Stitch Fix's competitors?

    Competitors of Stitch Fix include The PS Collective, Lookiero, Kidbox, Wantable, Dia & Co and 7 more.

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