Incredible Girls

The Incredible Girls of the Future competition opened to young women aged 16 to 25 in summer 2019, offering the chance to win a bespoke mentoring programme with YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP. The competition invited candidates to submit their ideas for an innovative fashion app, harnessing the power of technology to drive sustainable change and create positive impact. We received many inspiring submissions from around the world and are delighted to share information on the three winning projects and young fashion entrepreneurs of the future.

1st prize

Project: Écologie
Entrepreneur: Savannah Bradley, North Carolina

Écologie is an eco-conscious fashion app concept focused on educating users around the sustainability benefits of upcycling clothes. Écologie aims to connect users to local shops where they can donate or purchase pre-loved items. Savannah considered features for localised searches across the world for both physical shops and digital store-fronts, to donate and purchase clothing categorised as sustainably recycled, altered and sourced.

Read PORTER’s interview with Savannah Bradley here.

Runners up

Project: Robin
Entrepreneur: Robin Broekhuizen, The Netherlands

Robin is a local fashion delivery service app, aimed at making online shopping as convenient as possible and acting as a bridge between local shops and online consumers to minimise time and effort spent shopping. The service focuses on bike deliveries to minimise the environmental cost associated with online deliveries.

Project: WEARE
Entrepreneur: Krisha Sia, Phillipines

WEARE is an AI-powered co-wearing platform concept, through which users can buy, barter and borrow pre-owned fashion. Users can earn credits every time they make a purchase and can donate to the app’s partner NGOs, as well as partner with local, sustainable initiatives.

YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP expresses thanks to the more than 150 entrants from across the world for their original and thoughtful submissions.

The Incredible Girls of the Future Competition officially closed on 1st July 2019.