Founded in 2012, ThirdLove has been called the world‘s fastest-growing online bra and underwear brand. The company’s online shopping experience is rooted in data science and backed by proprietary algorithms with more than 600m data points from the more than 11m women that have been fitted through its Fit Finder technology.
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“This marks a significant milestone for our company founded just six years ago with the mission to empower all women to feel comfortable and confident every day by offering premium quality bras for every body,” says Heidi Zak, ThirdLove‘s co-founder and co-CEO.
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With more than 300 employees and a female-led executive team, ThirdLove has been called the most disruptive company in the lingerie space. Its introduction of half-cup sizes and expansion into larger bras has made it one of the most size inclusive brands in the industry.