Heidi Zak ExplainsHeidi Zak (left) and Ra'el Cohen, founders of ThirdLove. Continuing her crusade against Razek, Zak further describes Victoria's Secret's ignorance, noting how obviously they market towards men selling a male fantasy to women” and the complete disregard for the reality we live in: the reality where women go to work, breastfeed their children, play sports, care for ailing parents, and serve their country” and aren't limited by archaic ideas of femininity.
That attitude and its hardworking Chico branch has meant success to the company, founder and co-CEO Heidi Zak and her husband co-CEO David Spector told a crowd of more than 500 on Wednesday evening during a celebration at the business for employees and the community.
Colors that were supposed to be skin tone would show right through white blouses.” After a year of research and data analysis, ThirdLove debuted five new shades in February that Zak calls the New Nakeds, which suit a wider swath of customers and come in all 47 sizes.
Women can now size themselves accurately in the comfort and privacy of their own homes using the ThirdLove Bra Sizing App , in addition to a Fit Finder quiz facility on the company's website, while the company has also developed half-cup sizes for all cups from A to E.
Whether they're developing the online experience, interfacing with our customers directly through customer service, or creating email content for social or marketing, all of it goes back to what does our customer want and how can we make her life better.
From marketing to product development, data has allowed ThirdLove to grow faster than any other online bra and underwear startup. The chief marketing officer of Victoria's Secret's parent company had recently made controversial comments about transgender models during an interview with Vogue.
Our team in Chico are experienced fit stylists who consult with our customers on their particular bra fit issues. First, they wanted an online brand that enabled women to shop Heidi Zak from comfort and security of their home. She was proposing an ecommerce company solving a pain point few VCs intrinsically get: How horrible bra shopping is for most women.