How to Try on One Hundred Outfits in Under Three Minutes

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Israel-based fashion-tech company Zeekit has reinvented the shopping experience with the first-ever virtual fitting room. Using cutting-edge radar topography mapping technology, customers can see how a garment will look on them before they buy. Retailers report a significant boost in online conversion rates and a decline in returns.

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“When in the past you were only able to see clothes on one model, who often was of a very different shape and size as you, we’ve introduced a way to show a garment on a variety of body types."

Israel-based fashion-tech company Zeekit has revolutionized the clothes-shopping experience with a unique platform that enables shoppers to see how a particular garment fits on them without having to try it on. This has not only led to more satisfied and engaged customers, but also significant improvement in retailers’ bottom lines.

Zeekit was founded by Nir Appleboim, Alon Kristal and Yael Vizel, a former Israeli Air Force commander. Vizel, who leads the company as CEO, realized the technology she used to turn 2D photographs into 3D graphics for military mapping could, in turn, be applied to the unique topography of each human body. Using patented algorithm-based technology, Vizel and her partners were able to create a system that realistically simulates how particular garments look on different body types, forever changing how consumers shop online.

It’s virtual reality with the emphasis on reality. Zeekit images look exactly like real clothes.

“When in the past you were only able to see clothes on one model, who often was of a very different shape and size as you, we’ve introduced a way to show a garment on a variety of body types. With Zeekit, you can select a model that better represents you, so you can be sure that the clothes you buy won’t end up in the return pile.”

Zeekit is the 1-stop shop for dressing up models, influencers and customers, with just a click. Zeekit works with fashion brands, content creators, advertising agencies and marketing firms to enable shoppers today a more interactive, personalized, inclusive and effective apparel shopping experience.

Zeekit also allows brands and retailers to present a far more diverse range of models.

“Customers should be able to select a model that looks like them, not only in size and shape, but also age and ethnicity,” Vizel added. “At the same time, brands should show that they are embracing everyone.”

Zeekit also introduced a “Be Your Own Model” functionality that allows customers to upload their images to the platform so they can see how clothes look and fit on them specifically. This allows customers to experiment with new styles at no risk, increasing the likelihood that clients will find something they like in any store.

Other considerations make Zeekit particularly well-suited to today’s marketplace, which has changed dramatically in the wake of COVID-19. Shoppers are less interested in trying on clothes others have worn and handled, and being in a crowded store is no longer a safe option. Zeekit allows the entire shopping, trying-on, testing out and purchasing experience to be conducted in a much more convenient way, which is drawing the attention of retailers and brands across the world.

Recently, Zeekit has been implemented at ASOS, Adidas and other leading retailers.

“It’s a great tool for us to have at our disposal, helping us drop new items on site each week and provide customers with realistic product images in a studio setting,” said ASOS' senior content manager, Tim Carey.

The benefits to the bottom line, beyond savings on photography costs, are clear. Data shows an 18 percent increase in average order value (AOV), because shoppers using Zeekit are more likely to try on hundreds of outfits rather than just a few.

With Zeekit’s patented technology, retailers and brands can also optimize their conversion rates by reducing the uncertainty that shoppers have when they see clothes on a model that is a different body type than they are. In fact, retailers that have implemented Zeekit have seen, on average, a 43 percent increase in revenue per session.

That benefit of Zeekit extends to an area of online shopping that has long plagued retailers: Returns. Preliminary data shows an average 36 percent reduction in return rates because customers get a much better sense of whether that piece is for them or not.

“The crisis in the retail world has also created an opportunity to reinvent and revolutionize the way this industry operates,” said Vizel. “Right now it’s all about personalization. We live in the era of the selfie generation and Zeekit is taking that to the next step, giving every brand and retailer the opportunity to extend their presence into the reality of their customers’ lives.”

For more information about Zeekit, please visit https://zeekit.me/.

About Zeekit
Zeekit is a fashion-tech company that provides retailers and consumers with a new and interactive shopping experience. Founded by Yael Vizel, Nir Appleboim and Alon Kristal, Zeekit combines real-time patented image processing technologies, computer vision, deep learning and artificial intelligence with the world of fashion. This holiday season Zeekit will create the world’s largest fitting room, with details to be released in coming months.

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