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​You know when you're shopping for clothes online, but you don't know how they will look or fit on your body? Maybe you've had to buy multiple sizes of an item only to return most if not all of them because the item didn't fit exactly like you expected. If you have been through this frustrating situation, you are not alone.  

  • Apparel is returned 3X more often than the two nearest categories—electronics and footwear.

  • Last year, these returns cost U.S. apparel brands a discouraging $128B+ dollars, roughly one-third of their total revenue (including brick and mortar sales).

  • Over 5 billion pounds of textile waste is sent to landfills annually.

So, who are we?

We are a group of serial entrepreneurs, Ph.D. computer scientists, and retail leaders that are passionate about solving these problems.

Couture Technologies' AI-powered product suite is designed to create personalized customer experiences through interactive lookbooks, virtual try on, and 3D product visualizations.

Our Team

Our team is comprised of members from all over the world dedicated to producing the most accurate and efficient Virtual Fitting technology for DTC Brands and Workwear companies. As a female/minority-owned company, we value diversity and open-minded thinkers who can help push technology further and ensure clothing companies adapt and thrive in the new online economy. 

We're an International Fashion Tech Company - Innovating from Nashville, TN & Montevideo, Uruguay.


Awards &


Our Investors & Partners

Launch Tennessee

LaunchTN is public-private partnership working to make Tennessee the premier place to launch a new company. LaunchTN provided Couture Technologies with microgrant funding to support their pursuit of a Small Business Innovation Research grant from NSF. 


The Small Business Innovation Research grant program (SBIR), also known as America’s Seed Fund, awards $200M per year to startups and small business transforming scientific discoveries into products and services with commercial and societal impact. The Couture Technologies team was awarded a Phase I SBIR grant in Fall of 2020. 

National Science Foundation

The prestigious National Science Foundation’s I-Corps Program is designed to facilitate the commercialization of leading-edge deep technology innovations. The Couture Technologies team was accepted into this highly competitive program in 2020 and received a $50K grant to conduct customer discovery for their virtual try on and garment building technologies. 

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