Full article by Lauren Rosenblatt, published on March 13th, 2022, available in The Seattle Times.
The Seattle Times Business Reporter Lauren Rosenblatt stopped by Armoire Go, located in Seattle’s Pioneer Square, to learn about the first-of-its-kind retail experience, powered by innovative RFID technology. The new technology, built in-house by software engineer Megan Woodruff, gives customers a fresh perspective on what it means to access Armoire’s shared closet with a clothing rental membership. By opening Armoire Go, we are closing the gap between online rental and the brick-and-mortar world. We have found a new way to serve our members by providing a contactless, seamless check-in and check-out experience and bringing to life the dream walk-in closet.
“We are built to serve the busy woman … we want to make her life just a little bit easier!”~Armoire Chief Boss Lady, Ambika Singh
Read more about Armoire Go from Lauren Rosenblatt in her article “Like Amazon Go, for clothes: Boutique with contactless checkout opens in Pioneer Square.”
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