The future of AI in fashion

Like many one-note fashion brands before it, luxury lingerie brand Cosabella wants to become a lifestyle brand. Choosing to branch out into a lifestyle brand is not a new strategy. The more products you offer customers, the more potential sales are on the table. But as Cosabella moves into categories like swimwear, sleepwear, ready-to-wear apparel and athletic apparel, it’s looking past mood boards and runways for inspiration.

Cosabella is using artificial intelligence and machine learning to track customer behavior, high- and low-performing products, and popular silhouettes and color patterns to predict what new categories and pieces will sell.

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