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January 16th-18th, 2022 

New York, NY

NRF is returning to New York City in January with the key insights and latest technology solutions that will accelerate your retail business into the future.

Headed to NRF 2022 and want to learn more about True Fit? Connect with us here to set up a meeting!

➔   Learn more about how our fit experience platform now serves 100% of traffic, driving ‘add to cart confidence’ for every shopper.

➔   Discuss how our unique shopper datasets can help you identify new shoppers, learn about their preferences and build loyalty.

➔   Understand fit at source to inform returns and returns behaviors.

By completing the form on the right, we will be immediately back in touch to coordinate a 30 minute discussion that works best for your schedule.

If you are not planning to attend NRF 2022, no problem! We would still love to speak with you!

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Catch our Speaking Session

NRF 2022: Size Inclusivity and the Opportunity to Shape Brand Growth

True Fit’s founder and Chief Customer Officer, Jessica Murphy, will be joining Marie Denee, The Curvy Fashionista, Lloyd Boston, Chief Creative Officer at Ashley Stewart and Ben Barry, Dean of Fashion at Parsons School of Design to have a conversation about size inclusivity and the opportunity brands have to reshape the shopping experience. Join the conversation on Monday, January 17th from 12pm-12:30pm at Javits North, Level 4, Room 406, Riskified Stage.

In 2021, the US Women’s Plus-Size apparel market was worth $34.3 billion, showing 21% YoY growth and is expected to increase at a faster rate than the total women’s apparel market. It is not just about serving the plus size customer with extended ranges in size - it is about a shopper’s experience discovering and feeling connected to the brand’s story. Size inclusivity is a philosophy that integrates design, merchandising, marketing and communities.

Plus-size departments are the most traditional form of introducing extended sizes to shoppers and they are historically hidden in a small section in the back of a store or merchandised separately online. Brands are breaking away from this trend, instead thinking about size as one continuum and placing shopper demand at the center of design decisions but there is a lot to be done to reshape the space. Join Feature Session: Why size inclusivity is the major growth opportunity for brands in 2022. It is time for the fashion industry to reevaluate its approach to the plus-size market by building links with social communities and prioritizing investment in fit, style and shopping choices.

Monday January 17
12:00 pm–12:30 pm 

Featured Session

Why size inclusivity is the major growth opportunity for brands in 2022

Javits North, Level 4, Room 406, Riskified Stage

Jessica Murphy
Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer
True Fit

Jessica is the Co-Founder of True Fit - retail’s premier consumer experience platform leveraged by apparel and footwear brands to decode fit and size.

Lloyd Boston
Chief Creative Officer
Ashley Stewart

Llloyd is responsible for the overall creative vision of Ashley Stewart, one of North America's leading plus size women’s fashion brands.

Marie Denee
Founder and Editor-in-Chief
The Curvy Fashionista

Marie Denee is the creator of the digital plus size media platform, The Curvy Fashionista. https://thecurvyfashionista.com/

Ben Barry
Dean
School of Fashion, Parsons School of Design

Dean of Fashion and Associate Professor of Equity and Inclusion in Fashion at Parsons School of Design in New York City