zTailors Lets Customers Use Their Smartphones to Get Fitted On The Go

By: Corinne Guirgis - Jun 8, 2015
References: hypebeast
Techies and tailors alike are anticipating the release of zTailors, the revolutionary app deemed the "Uber of tailors." For a set price, customers in need of custom refitting or any tailoring service can order a tailor to their office, home, or anywhere they are right from their smartphone. With prices ranging from $16 to alter pants to $20 to taper a shirt, the affordable app is a one-stop tailoring shop for men (and women) on the go.

Founded by George Zimmer, whose Men's Warehouse empire solidified his place in the industry, the start-up is the first of its kind for the tailoring industry, and is sure to set a new standard despite no venture capitalist involvement.

With tap-and-go apps like AirBnB, Uber and Hurrier transforming age-old industries like tourism and transit by adopting a convenience-centric model, other industries are quickly following suit (pun intended.)